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I take it in a couple days and I was just wondering if anybody has taken it without studying and done well. I feel like I'm pretty good at the subjects that will be covered and don't need to do much as far as studying goes.
yes, i was talking with an advisor and she said i need to take the hesi a2 exam prior to entry into nursing school so i went straight from there and took it, not sure what to expect, it was surprisingly simple. I passed all sections with a 90%+. I am by no means a brainiac either. It was mostly common sense questions and stuff you do on a daily basis. I would review units of measure however (liter to mililiter, ounce to gallon, foot to meter ect.) that was the only section that gave me trouble. Good luck!
Just took the hesi with barely studying the night b4 and got an 89.43% cumulative. I probably should have studied for the a&p section a little more because i got a 76. All the other sections I did well. 100 in chem!
I did not study but have taken the TEAS test within the past 6 weeks which I had studied extensively for...I got an 87.6 cumulative, the A&P section gave me the most trouble but also had the fewest questions.
you *could* pass without studying b/c it's not a super-hard test, but my thought is it only takes a couple days tops for most people to study.....i like to worry, so studying is a def stress relief for me. I'd at least find some resources online to review for the A&P stuff if you haven't used that info recently.