…continued from Part 2. I tendered my documents to my examiner (a white man). He was very impressed at my university results so he told me to go and that he was satisfied with knowing that I was an exceptional student in nursing. But as I was about to open the door to leave the office, he called me back.
As I walked confidently back to him he told me that it occurred to him that I had been working with the administrative arm of nursing for 10 years and that he was told to screen everyone to ensure that they are clinically qualified. I gave him a nod and then he went on to ask me a few procedures and to my greatest surprise I couldn’t remember anything up to simple nursing tenses.
I couldn’t believe It myself. I knew immediately that I had lost my job. After gazing at me in disappointment for a while, he smiled at me and said…. READ FINAL PART NOW