We have a student in our Nursing class that is driving the whole class crazy. She acts like a know it all and tries to tell us how to do things and she is alway wrong. She shows up for clinicals dressed unappropriatly, open foot shoes, no sock, no name tag, looking like she slept in her uniform. It makes the rest of the class look bad, because of the way she looks. She not only bugs us, but she gives the nurses at our clinical sights a terrible time also, following them around asking them DUMB questions, when they are trying to take care of pts. Most of the nurses at our clinical sights have been very helpful to most of us, but their attitude is changing toward us because of the other student. We have discussed this with our Nursing Advisor, she has talked to this student and her appearence problem has improved. She is passing all of the classes so they can't do anything academically about her. But she is making enemies out of the rest of her class mates. One of the students in our class took the iniative to talk to her and tell her that she was making enemies by the way she is acting, and her response was " I don't care, None of them will ever be my supervisor, so I don't care if they like me or not." The problem with that attitude is we may not be her supervisor, but we are her team mates and we have to work as a team and help each other. Any suggestions how to handle a person like this. This is only my 2nd semester with her, I am dreading the next 18 months with this person.