No smart one! its a clue for the manager and preceptor. Have you ever been in a situation like that? it is not that easy. if her preceptor is changed, any preceptor assigned to her would think she is a problem besides that new preceptor would probably speak to her former preceptor to know what the problem is. Also if the manager tells the preceptor to change, this might be another problem.
Whats your advice?