My 3rd year of pharmacy school I felt overloaded with information, especially from oncology and ID. Worst I didn't prioritize understanding HT/dyslipidemia/diabetes. I failed my first rotation, the reason given by the preceptor was I wasn't ready, and my other rotations would only be harder. I had to do med recs for patients and give instructions, this not an area I shine at. I passed my other rotations, but by far the one I didn't pass was the hardest. The review for my first rotations was the length of an essay and It just included anything I did or said. The objective things were being late. The preceptor wanted me to memorize a lot of things and I couldn't do it, and still don't think I could today. If I had to take that rotation now I still don't think I would pass, which makes me doubt myself. There was also someone there who knew my previous employer and my preceptor contacted my previous employer, which I thought was strange. I don't have many friends in the pharmacy community and haven't shared my experience with many people. From rotations I feel like I made more enemies than friends. If you can relate I would like to hear from you. Or if you can give me feedback I would appreciate that.