I'm second guessing my choice to be a nurse, but I'm wondering if I just chose the wrong program. Due to an unfortunate series of events, we had to move out of state right before I was supposed to start my ADN program. The area I moved to had an LPN program that was starting mid-summer. I thought it was a good way to keep moving forward, but now I'm kinda stuck in this program full of people who are not college material. All they do is complain that everything is too much work and we spend way too much time because of morons trying to negotiate their way out of homework, etc. One of our instructors is an older lady who I suspect has a hearing problem and a very quiet voice, and she can't control the classroom. It's like being in high school again. Last class period, there was a group in the back of the room having their own conversation and the instructor couldn't get their attention to ask them to stop. It's like the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".
Every Friday morning I start to rethink whether Nursing school was the right choice. I wonder if another program would be any different. I wonder if another program is an option. I don't feel like this after clinicals. Those usually rejuvenate me.
I really don't know what to do. There may not really be anything to do. Maybe, I just needed to vent.