How annoying is this?! - page 4

My final grade in fundamentals is a 92.4% and a 93 is an A!! ughhhh 0.6% away!! I know the letter doesn't matter, but DAMNIT!!!!:madface::angryfire:trout::sniff: Anyone else who was borderline?... Read More

  1. by   supermo
    Quote from marilynmom
    Some of us ARE concerned with keeping a high GPA in order to get into certain grad school programs .

    EXACTLY. Some of us see the ADN or BSN as a stone on our educational path. The grades are extremely important.

    In my Fundamentals class, not one A. That was really hard to take.
  2. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Some of us ARE concerned with keeping a high GPA in order to get into certain grad school programs (NP, CLS, etc).
    Agree
  3. by   blackberry4eva
    i am very concerned about my grades, don't get me wrong,but for me, i am not going to beat myself up over it. i just regroup and make it my business to do better next time. and for your info...bsn is a stepping stone for me also. for the record, maybe i did come off as a little harsh and for that i apologize. no more responses for me either.
  4. by   smk1
    Quote from marilynmom
    Vent all you want! I understand!

    Some of us ARE concerned with keeping a high GPA in order to get into certain grad school programs (NP, CLS, etc). I know the minimum to get into the NP program here is to have a 3.0 in all your nursing classes. I would be personally SICK if I made all C's or just barely passed. I have a right to feel that way.

    Anyways, I made two A's this semester and 2 B's which were so close to an A that I was dissapointed in myself a bit, but I'm not losing sleep or anything over it.
    I agree that it does stink! I got one A and two B+'s this time around, Obviously these are still good grades, but I was a bit disappointed in myself (I know full well that I truly didn't work as hard as I could have this quarter). Good luck to all of us in making our grade goals next semester, be they A, B, or C.

    (P.S. for heavens sake can't we all just let people vent when they need to?)

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