First, congratulations on graduating from nursing school and passing NCLEX. I have OR experience so I know that it is it's own world entirely. I was a surgical tech for 14 years before graduating in May and becoming an OR nurse. I relocated to another city for nursing school, the culture of that OR was different from what I was use to and it took some time to adjust, even with prior OR experience. Now, I am facing my biggest culture difference of them all, I accepted a job in another state after nursing school. So, it seems like everything I've known and watched nurses do for the past 14 years is almost completely wrong here. Some days I just don't know what to do, when I'm in a crunch, since they released me early from orientation, I can't help but think back to how I would do things like positioning the past and it just be wrong now. My point is, don't beat yourself up about it. The OR is different and not for everybody. You have only been there a few months and you don't have a OR background. I have a OR background and I'm still struggling at times. If you want to stay, do so. If you want to do something else, do that too. I always wanted to be an OR nurse, changing states is the first time I've ever questioned that decision. May I ask what do you feel like your jot getting?