Background: The researchers believe in the power of intelligence to improve the clinical performance of nursing students at Fakeeh College for Medical Sciences. The clinical competency shown of every nursing student is not exactly like the other. The impact of these differences may deliver unharmonious and differentiated outcomes in the clinical performance of the students in achieving the goals of care. Objective: The study aims to identify the relevance of the level of intelligence manifested by the Arab student nurses with respect to interpersonal and intrapersonal and their level of clinical performance in achieving the goal of care. Methods: This study used a quantitative descriptive. The design was utilized to describe the interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence of nursing students. Results: The findings of the study revealed that the majority of Arab nursing student respondents demonstrated a high level of intrapersonal intelligence (x̅ =1.76, SD ± 0.41). Meanwhile, Arab nursing students demonstrated a very high level of intelligence in only 3 of the intrapersonal intelligence skills, namely: self-therapeutic (x̅ =2.00, SD ± 0.00), ethicomoral- legal responsibilities (x̅ =1.85, SD ± 0.35), and evidenced-based nursing care (x̅ =1.81, SD ± 0.40). Conclusion: The study concludes that Arab nursing student respondents have a high and very high level of intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence, respectively. Also, the study concludes that there is a statistically significant relationship between interpersonal skills and clinical performance but there was no statistically significant relationship between intrapersonal skills and clinical performance among Arab nursing students.