10 Times Pre-Nursing Majors Related To 'Grey's Anatomy'
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10 Times Pre-Nursing Majors Related To 'Grey's Anatomy' With Clinical Precision

D's get degrees? D's don't get you into nursing school!

10 Times Pre-Nursing Majors Related To 'Grey's Anatomy' With Clinical Precision

Before entering the incredibly challenging major of nursing, one must go through "pre-nursing." These are the semesters leading up to applying for nursing school. AKA you better work your butt off if you plan on getting in the first go around. While it is definitely not as difficult as nursing school by any means, it is stressful in its own way.

When your friends say "D's  get degrees!" but you know D's won't get you into nursing school


What's a D? Or a C? Never heard of them.

When you meet another pre-nursing major in the same classes as you


Hold onto them.

When your test grades get released 


The resiliency is real.

Coming to your professor's office hours looking for that extra credit 


Every little effort counts :)))

After a very stressful day of studying


Only a small mental breakdown.

Walking into your last Biology exam while you've got a borderline B


Sometimes you just need a pep talk.

"Yes, your final exam is cumulative."


Ouch. Why.

Sitting in lecture for a professor whose teaching style you aren't fond of


Flipped classroom? A professor who rambles 24/7? No thanks.

When your test appears to look like ~nothing~ you studied 


It only hurts a lot.

Finally seeing your studying pay off 


The most rewarding feeling ever.

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