Hey guys,SOOOO I just failed out of my second semester of my nursing program. I guess I really didn't "fail out". I was told by my professors that I wasn't going to pass my clinical evals. This whole semester, I have had SUCH a hard time. Acute care setting is obviously not my thing BUT some of the issues that I've been having have been more than just not liking the environment. I have had so many problems with med passing, critical thinking, 'connecting the dots' (aka. I have NO common sense and no confidence in myself).My teachers have noticed this, and have been 'riding me' allllll semester long about these problems. I have improved quite a bit over the last 2 weeks or so..but a couple days ago they sat down with me and told me that they don't see me reaching the level that I need to in order to meet the qualifications to pass second semester; then they told me that they don't think I should re-enroll. Evidently, I am "a very intelligent young woman but the way I think is a square peg and the way nurses need to think is a round peg. So im trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. I have a lot of potential but nursing is not the right place for me and I should stay in healthcare but as something else that fits my square peg thinking."I appreciate what they are saying and I get what their point is. SO I don't know what to do now...I want to take it again but I feel like they might be right? Im sad. Being a nurse was my dream and still is...Ive been so proud to say i was in nursing school and that i was doing good but then second semester hit and I fell.