It was pretty nice, though. The school brought in 3 students who were at various points in the program. The first guy was one year ahead of us and had just finished the class portion of the program and had recently started his clinicals or externship. The next girl was almost at the end of the program and had had a year of externships under her belt. And the third guy had gone all the way thru the program, graduated, taken the board exam and had recently found a job and was adjusting to the "real world". They were very informative and answered all of our questions. They even enlightened us on the finer points of giving a barium enema, which excited us all to no end (note the sarcasm). I think if a BE is the worst I have to do, I will count myself lucky after hearing what you poor nurses have to deal with.
So, if you will excuse me, for the first time in a year and a half, I have homework to do. :-)