So it sounds to me like health care is not exactly your passion but I dont think that necessiraly will make you a bad nurse or hate the profession overall. Have you been to clinicals yet? Had direct patient care yet? I definately wouldnt want you to waste your time if this truely is not the career path for you, but I dont thinks it the wrong one per say.
My experience in nursing school 15 years ago was similar. I was friendly with classmates but didn't really bond with them. I really did not like nursing school and felt there was a lot of drama. I showed up to class then went home and didn't socialize much. I am kind of an introvert. I did go into healthcare because I wanted to help people but at the same time I wasnt that student who was all bringing their guitars to clinical and singing for their patients because nursing truely is their passion. Because I am an introvert I even had one instructor tell me she didn't think I would do well as a nurse in 2nd year clinical. I'm not sure what her deal was. Jokes on her, I've been in critical care for 15 years, get along very well with all my coworkers, and I've had great references from managers and physicians that I have worked with and always have had excellent evaluations. I really do care about giving great patient care.
There are so many areas of nursing you can work that are for different personalities. And nursing school is not the same as the real world. I hated nursing school. But you still have to want to care about people etc. Nursing is brutal work. You never have enough time, administrators breathing down your neck, you charting is never good enough even though you were coding your patients all day etc etc. It's frustrating to say the least.
Some days I dream of leaving the profession and working in a garden nursery. But that doesnt pay the bills and I am able to garden for my hobby. Working 3 12 hr shifts a week is the only thing that keeps me going sometimes. I love working in critical care, but you become disillusioned with the system and non compliant patients pretty quickly. But then once in a blue moon I will have the most sweet patients and it kind of makes up for it. Job portability cant be beat and pay is decent in most parts of the country. If you do feel in your heart health care is for you, I think you will be fine, but if you are really feeling like health care isn't for you I would find a different path.