This is ridiculous and SHOULD NOT BE A THING. You should not be able to graduate without a minimum of clinical hours. When I graduated I worked as a CNA in the ICU full time during the nights while I did nursing ADN program full time. I did CPR more times than I could count and did every nursing skill one could do multiple times, I was very well prepared, and I was still stressed as can be during my GN program in the ICU.
The CRNA schools around me took their students out of clinical for a few months and have since put them back in. They now stay longer during the day and their graduation has been postponed. Many stay past their scheduled hours to make good impressions and gain valuable experience with complex cases. There is no substitution for clinical experience. It is expected that you go above and beyond.
This lowers the bar quite dramatically. I don't know what the legal minimum standard to graduate nursing school is, but this makes it appear like one could do the job after watching some Youtube videos. Embarrassing.