Thanks, guys for your support. Alexander, you said that I must be doing something right or else I wouldn't have made it this far in the program. Well, that's what I initially thought, until one of my classmates told me that our instructor asked him how he got this far without having done a particular skill, and it wasn't something like passing meds, which would be unbelievable if he had never done that! She just makes you feel like you should just quit: trash your stethoscope, and rapidly push Potassium into your veins, but don't whince while doing so, because that would definitely be a sign of weakness! Then, when you make comments about how you feel silly for making a mistake, she says, "Oh, you're doing fine." So, you're left thinking, "Really, I never would have guessed that, based on the fact that you almost slaughtered me for making a mistake!" You never really know where you stand with her. We have all had our turn in the ring with her, what's the worst is once she was in a patient's room with me and she was telling me how to do something, but I wasn't understanding her, so she snatched (literally) the instruments from me, and started doing it herself. That was nice. Also, if has demonstrated something once, you better get it (maybe take a recorder!) because if she has to go over it again, forget about it....she's going OFF! It doesn't matter if it's something that you have never done! Man, I can't wait to get away from her. Thanks again guys. Sorry for such a long post, obviously, I waste a lot of energy thinking about this person, but it just worries me because she determines whether you pass or fail clinical.