HESI Test at FSU
- 0Aug 24, '09 by JJV04CAnyone taken the HESI test at FSU or anywhere else where they require the science sections? I'm taking it this Friday and looking for any last minute tips! I saw some other threads about this subject with some links, which no longer work. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
- 0Sep 28, '09 by JJV04CI actually did end up doing well! I am applying to FAU for Summer 2010 and USF for Fall 2010 for the accelerated BSN programs...and if for some reason (my fiance's job or financial reasons) I end up staying in Tallahasee then I'll apply to FSU for Spring 2011. Are you applying to an ABSN program also?
- 0Sep 28, '09 by ceekittyYes I am applying to FSU's accel BSN spring 2010 - we find out in a couple weeks if we are in or not...
I had originally applied to USF for Fall 2009 but my previous nutrition class didn't transfer, so I'm taking Science of Nutrition now... USF doesn't require an entry exam or anything - they mainly look at GPA.
Good luck to you!
- 0Oct 18, '09 by ceekittyHmmm... The FSU testing center actually has a study guide (which I didn't know about until the day of the test!) - one girl I know relied totally on that for her studies. I studied a couple of books that I got off amazon for real cheap:
Nursing School Entrance Exam (CliffsTestPrep)
Nursing School Entrance Exam (Learning Express Education Exams: Complete Preparation Gudies)
Hope that helps!! Good luck to you (:
- 0Nov 11, '09 by wishingonastar85I recommend the Barron's Nursing Entrance Exams study guide the the actual HESI study guide. The test wasn't too bad. I had more trouble with the A & P than anything. The Hesi book doesn't go into as much detail as the Barron's book, but I still found it helpful. Plus, if you can do the material in the HESI book, you should pass with flying colors because the study guide seemed way harder than the actual test. I am willing to part with my study materials should you need them...
- 0Nov 20, '09 by PetroNoleWishinonastar85....are you really done with your HESI study material? I've been looking all over online trying to figure out what book or books to purchase. I plan on starting to study after this semester is over. Let me know if you are really interested in getting rid of yours. Thanks!
- 0Nov 22, '09 by JJV04CI used the Evolve Hesi Admissions Test Prep book and the Barrons Nursing Entrance Exam Test Prep. For me, the best way to go about it was to pretty much memorize all the material in the books, and then take the practice tests and for every question (in the sciences sections) I would research that topic and take some notes; like, if the question asked about step 2 in meiosis, I would look up meiosis and take notes on the whole process. That got me above a 90 on all 3 scinece sections, before having taken A&P 2 and never having taken biology. It sounds time consuming, but I only studied for a week. Also, try googling "A & P Lecture Notes"; there might even be a link for them on here; that REALLY helped me get some details about all the body systems.