I am a Sophomore nursing student and I am most likely going to end up with a B or C in all of my classes. I am worried that it is going to hurt me in the future with the chances of being hired. Will my grades be very important?
Feb 3, '14
by llg, BSN, MSN, PhD Guide
My hospital requires transcripts from all new grads -- and the grades DO matter. You don't have to be an "A" student, but particularly bad grades can hurt you.
And I coordinate a student extern program -- where we definitely look at the grades. Again, straight A's are NOT needed, but C's, D's, and F's hurt you.
Last edit by llg on Feb 3, '14