Here's the situation. I have a 4.0 in all my sciences and other cores, but in nusing school I've made straight B's. I don't believe anyone in our class has made one A in a term. On national NLN tests for checking our progress, I've scored in the 90 up to 99 percentile. I particularly think that if one can score in the 90 plus percentile nationally, he should make an occasional A in his nursing program. But no one is going to make an A in our program. I've addressed this with the director and she is actually proud that no one makes an A. Is this something you think I will have to explain? Will my A's in Pre-Cal, A&P, Micro, and Chem I&II, help me with this issue? When I graduate nursing school my GPA will be about 3.6-3.7 because of all the B's. What do you guys think?