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  1. Hi everyone, I just started nursing school and I need advice on how to get along with my clinical group. Ever since day 1, I have always been nice to them and treated everybody with respect, but for some reason they don't seem to acknowledge me, ignore me, or look at me in annoyance whenever I try to start a conversation with them. They all have gotten close with each other and laugh with each other, but whenever I try to get to know them, they leave me out and distance themselves. I just don't know what I did wrong. Maybe it's because I don't stay that long with them in study groups, but it's because I can't concentrate on my studies when in crowds and they study in school from 8am to 9pm EVERYDAY. Other groups don't even stay with each other for that long. I usually just stay 2-3 hours after class to try to get to know them and participate in studying, but I feel like they get mad at me whenever I leave early and now they just treat me like they don't need me or as if I'm worthless. But I also have parents to go home to and a diabetic dog that needs timely insulin shots, so I can't really stay with them for that long. The first few weeks, I've tried to be friendly and talk with them, but now I feel discouraged to speak with them because every attempt of befriending them has been met with rejection (ex: they ignore me whenever I speak to them, they don't reply to my text, but reply to other peoples text in group chat, whenever I ask a question, they answer with blunt one-worded replies or talk down to me as if I'm incompetent, and I tried sitting with them on the table they leave after just 5 minutes). I even tried getting snacks for them. I also tried offering any help if they needed it, but they just don't acknowledge it at all. They even said amongst themselves that this group should be a "safe space" and that treat each other like"family", but every time I'm with them, why do I feel like walking on eggshells with my every movement being judged? They can also get pretty controlling saying things like "you need to do this now" like its an ultimatum, and gang up on me whenever I try to speak my opinion. I'm just really bummed out about being outcasted, because I didn't expect nursing school to be this isolating. Our program is about 18 months, but I don't know if I can make it with this form of treatment. Plus, since they are my clinical group, I fear that I will have no one to rely on when I need help or have questions since we are supposed to be working together when we practice our rounds and labs. Do you guys have any advice on what I can do to fix my situation? Should I ask my counselor or professor or advisor for help (though I can't help but feel ashamed for reaching out)? Your help is very much appreciated.
  2. Koemmyjemmy

    Roseman University Fall/October 2020 Cohort

    Same I planning on doing that too after getting the amount from my financial aid. I had Jennifer too. She's the best and was very patient enough to go over the terms for the ISA program. Also, thanks! you helped me out a lot because now I know I'm not the only one trying out their new payment program. Best wishes future nurses!
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    UNLV NURSING FALL 2020 COHORT

    Hi @unlvnurse237890, thanks again for all your help. You are like the nursing school guru I wish I had in real life, and I really appreciate you sharing your wisdom to us new nursing student hopefuls. I wish you and everyone all the best on our journey to nursing school! Vegas nursing students strong!
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    UNLV NURSING FALL 2020 COHORT

    Hello @unlvnurse237890, It's so nice to meet you. IWow, you already reached level 2 - that is such an inspiration to me, and I wish someday I could make it in too. Do you perhaps know what is the grading scale like? Will they be grading with pass or fail? Also, what would be the minimum grade that we must obtain to pass each class?
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    UNLV NURSING FALL 2020 COHORT

    Thanks again for checking up on my scores. I was so unsure about my calculations, but you backing me up helped a lot. Also, good luck too but I think luck is already on your side. 😁🍀
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    UNLV NURSING FALL 2020 COHORT

    Hi @futureRNMehey, awww thank you for the positive vibes. But one of them is an A- so does that affect my overall score? Also CONGRATS to you too! 97 points you are killing it! Good job.
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    UNLV NURSING FALL 2020 COHORT

    Hi everyone. I'm new to allnurses, so it's so nice to meet/comment with you all. I am also a hopeful for UNLV's 2020 fall son program. I did the SON calculation worksheet and got a 95.82, but I'm not sure if I calculated it righ. Would you guys mind checking my calculations? I used onionpancake's score template, because I loved how it looked very organized. Are they also counting Chem, because I didn't see it required on the calculation sheet. Also, do you guys think this is a safe score? BIOL 223= A BIOL 224= A Biol 251: A- CHEM 108=A NURS 299: A MATH 124: A No Rebel Recognition Points HESI A2 Reading Comprehension: 92% Grammar: 80% Anatomy: 96% Math: 94% Cumulative HESI A2 score: 90.5% I really hope all of us get into this Fall. I really love the supportive community they have here at allnurses.