If it scans (flatbed, whatever) well then it will print well.

If it scans poorly, then it may still print well, provided that the negative is not underexposed (too light) or too contrasty (lots of opaque patches on the neg). Overexposure is not a problem in the darkroom.

You can also look at the neg with the naked eye and check if there is discernible detail in both shadows and highlights.

Don't judge by the rebates (edge numbering/lettering)- that doesn't mean a thing.