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  1. It felt very bad when an instructor passed me up from a check off because I did not perform a skill right on the first attempt. :crying2: :crying2: Also, a different instructor told me today, that I am struggling. The funny thing about it, is that I know I can do these skills competently if it was in a different environment...I could not take how the instructors were treating me so I decided to throw in the towel to save my dignity.. :crying2: :crying2: I hope I made the right choice.. :crying2: I was behind in two check offs and everyone else was finished..
  2. It felt very bad when an instructor passed me up from a check off because I did not perform a skill right on the first attempt. :crying2: :crying2: Also, a different instructor told me today, that I am struggling. The funny thing about it, is that I know I can do these skills competently if it was in a different environment...I could not take how the instructors were treating me so I decided to throw in the towel to save my dignity.. :crying2: :crying2: I hope I made the right choice.. :crying2: I was behind in two check offs and everyone else was finished..
  3. In the Fall 2004 semester, I failed my hospital clinical site and recieved a failing grade. I was in the first semester. In the Spring 2005 semester, I went to a new nursing school hoping for a fresh start. In the past 2 weeks I did extremly well in my theory exams. I am one of the top 3 students in grades BUT in my lab check offs, I am behind too much and I am just too far gone to catch up. :crying2: :crying2: :crying2: Instructors are looking at me as incompetent/weeding me out. It is common for them to do that and it hurts me to see that. :crying2: I know that you are thinking, I am just a failing student and I am a casuality but you know failing students do try to be a nurse but it just does not happen for some reason...In the Fall 2004 semester, I gave it my best vert best effort and still failed...This semester, I tried also but things did not work out right.. Good bye all.. :crying2: :crying2: :crying2: And when you seeing missing students in your class, think well of them because some of them gave it their best effort like me but it just did not work out.. :crying2:
  4. In the Fall 2004 semester, I failed my hospital clinical site and recieved a failing grade. I was in the first semester. In the Spring 2005 semester, I went to a new nursing school hoping for a fresh start. In the past 2 weeks I did extremly well in my theory exams. I am one of the top 3 students in grades BUT in my lab check offs, I am behind too much and I am just too far gone to catch up. :crying2: :crying2: :crying2: Instructors are looking at me as incompetent/weeding me out. It is common for them to do that and it hurts me to see that. :crying2: I know that you are thinking, I am just a failing student and I am a casuality but you know failing students do try to be a nurse but it just does not happen for some reason...In the Fall 2004 semester, I gave it my best vert best effort and still failed...This semester, I tried also but things did not work out right.. Good bye all.. :crying2: :crying2: :crying2: And when you seeing missing students in your class, think well of them because some of them gave it their best effort like me but it just did not work out.. :crying2:
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  6. I am a nursing student. What does this mean: "F rate to TKO" The F had a arrow pointing down plus I know that TKO means to keep open. Thank you
  7. I just found out today, that my school has a test every semester in dosage calculations. In order to stay in the program, a student needs to get 90% correct. There is only one try. Don't you think this is tuff? :crying2: