I got a B in Physiology and I'm doing just fine in the program. A lot of people get Bs and Cs in the pre-reqs, and while on the waiting list, re-take the classes to improve their grade. Obviously, those 2 pre-reqs, as well as pharmacology are extremely helpful to nursing, but will they make or break a nurse? Probably not. The nursing program is an entirely different playing field. Lecture, lab, tests, instructors, and skills are all very different from any other class. Our group has lost 5 students so far, all 5 of those students were very smart, and made good grades in pre-reqs. None of that mattered when it came time to apply skills (as in Skills Check-Offs). Does that mean they won't be good nurses? Again, probably not. They can re-enroll next semester, and do very well. Think back to all of the nursing care you have received in your life--were they good nurses? Did you know where or when they went to school, or what their GPA was? Probably not, and it didn't matter, did it? Don't make judgments until you are in the program. Better yet, don't judge at all.