Lady_Leijing, BSN 69 Posts Has 9 years experience. Jul 22, 2017 I know how you feel. I was never sent home from clinicals, per se, but I failed my clinicals in my 2nd to last semester of nursing school. I had to repeat a whole class despite the fact I had an A in the seated portion. It sucked. I had never failed anything before in my life, and I spent a lot of time crying about it. Let the feelings out, get past them, and don't let a set back stop you from becoming a nurse. :-) If you have in skills questions or confusion, see if your school has a skills lab where you can practice some more before trying them out on a real person.That being said, I agree with MikeyT-c-IV. It may not have been that you asked a lot of questions; it may have been how and when you asked them. I had a friend in nursing school that asked tons of questions. Her problem was she would ask them in front of the patients, and she was visibly nervous enough that the patients did not want her doing any of even the most basic procedures on them (can you blame them?). I had to learn to fake confidence until I felt it myself after nursing school. First NG tube I put down by myself I felt like my insides were tied in knots, but I didn't let it show, followed what I had been taught, and everything went fine. Carry yourself like you are the most qualified to do what is asked of you and ask your questions BEFORE you get to the bedside.On a side note, you could try to get some feedback from the teacher that sent you home. Maybe a little different perspective can help clear up what happened. If it turns out that he just has something against you, take it to the dean or the administration. However, it may turn out that reason you got sent home was not the reason you think it is. Best of Luck!