Hello all!I have a serious question about grades factoring into potential employment... I am in a 4 year BSN program, but am going into my 6th (and final!) year. I did not take the full course load (I only took 9-12 credits per semester instead of 15 credits), I withdrew from classes (I think I have 5 withdraws... Yikes. One of them was due to a rescheduling of a clinical placement, beyond my control). I bombed my freshman year... My idiotic 18 year old self couldn't figure out how to balance school, work, and a stressful family life, and I failed almost the entire semester, and had to retake three classes due to it. I obtained good grades after my freshman year (my freshman classes were not nursing courses, they were pre-req's), and had to retake one nursing course due to getting a C-, which has been my one lowest grade since my freshman year. Now that I've laid out to you the horrible mess that is my transcript... How many hospitals actually look at your grades when they hire you as an RN? By the time I graduate, my GPA should be well over a 3.0 (it is a 2.9 as of right now). Do hospitals tend to only look at you RN license and GPA, or do they actually sift through your transcript for your class grades?Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!