Hi all.I just got a post on SICU as a new grad. I have a preceptor for the next two months. I've only been with her two days but I'm already afraid I'll have problems with her. I graduated with a BSN from a nursing program that's locally known for putting out good nurses and did well. I got 75 questions on the NCLEX. Since I found out I was interviewing for the job, I've been reviewing my advanced med surg notes and reviewing material online. I'm a very visual learner. I learn by looking and watching and writing things down. So far I haven't had been stumped by too many things on the floor so haven't felt the need to ask a lot of questions of my preceptor. However, after asking her how she thought I was doing, she said that I don't ask enough questions and that I seem disinterested which I felt was completely off base especially after two days not only as a SICU nurse but as a registered nurse in the first place. I'm not saying I know everything or that it's easy. It's not easy at all. I love what I'm doing but I'm exhausted after the day. I honestly don't know what to do next though because I feel like if she's already made this opinion about me, I won't learn as much from her as I could. As preceptors, what do you expect your new grads not know? Should I ask questions to clarify things even though I know the purpose of some medications or arterial lines?If there are any new grads out there, how are you going about things? I feel like I'm jumping into things when I can, doing hourly checks, zero-ing pressure monitoring lines and playing with vents but my preceptor doesn't think I'm doing enough apparently.Any advice would be great.Thanks all.