I love this thread!!! Okay it's my turn..........
1. Just because you've worked as a CNA in a nursing home for so many years already, does not automatically mean that you know everything there is to know about everything and have to prove your belief on a daily basis.
2. Also, to those CNA's now in nursing school... Don't put down those of us that went straight into nursing school without being a CNA first, and quit saying that we should have to do what CNA's do for a certain amount of time before we "earn" the right to be a nurse. This is our choice, you had yours.
3. Quit asking me what my test scores are if it ****** you off that the worst one so far is a 91%. I studied hard to get my score, and I don't need your rolling of the eyes and comments about being a "brain", or the ever popular, "What did you get, oh yeah I forgot you don't know what anything under an A is." Don't like it, don't ask.
4. After about a thousand warnings already, why in the hell are you still texting during the entire lecture, and then when you get done answering the text, asking the instructor to repeat what they said so you can write it down.
5. You don't have to brown-nose at clinicals by jumping up to volunteer for everything available. No one is buying the fake smile on your face as you jump up to pass water or wash bedpans.
6. We could all learn a lot from each other if some of it wasn't presented with such a know-it-all attitude.
7. And finally, when we do a review of the test after we've taken it, why oh why, must we argue EVERY question that you got wrong, and try to find evidence in the text books that you are right and the instructor is wrong so they can throw the question out? Face reality-- you don't know it all and you are sometimes wrong.
Oh, I feel so much better now. Thanks!!!