Breaking down...

0 I took the hesi a2 once already, and got a 79.6 average
math 78
reading 80
grammar 92
vocab 80
critical thinking 740
anatomy 68
I got the evolve study guide for the anatomy section, and yall can guess how that helped me. I have no idea where to start, how to start, or what to do. I'm stressed, panicing, and wanting to just break down and give up.
Am i the only one who's had this happen to them? If not, how did you study for the anatomy section after this upset?
I'm taking the hesi a2 once more this friday, and i need help as fast as possible 

1Mar 12, '13 by joannashawdon't get anxious trust me. I was so nervous going into it and ended up knowing most of the material fairly well. i psyched myself out thinking I was going to do horrible on the math section because I haven't done it in so long that and sure enough that was my lowest score with an 84. now that you have a feel for what's going to be on the exam, I'm sure you'll do just fine! I also used the evolve study guide and got a 93 overall score and an 890 on the critical thinking.katrinad likes this.

2Mar 13, '13 by joannashawI didnt take the anatomy portion of it because gcc doesn't require it. for the math part I do remember it being heavier with adding fractions and I couldn't remember how to do it so i started freaking out and the more I freaked out the longer it took me. study multiping/dividing/adding/subtracting decimals and fractions and also study military time. practice it a lot because that's the only way you learn math. for anatomy, I reccomend you use flashcards. I know you're stressed and I know how little this probably means to you, but go in there with a positive mind set.

0Mar 13, '13 by FtrRn15Are you using the evolve study guide for the math section? If so you should do just fine. I used this and got a 98%. You just have to remember to reduce the fraction cause they will give you both answers but if you don't reduce it is wrong. As far as the conversions go just memorize all of them. Anatomy and physiology was my worst score as well and I went over the book, old notes, videos, and practice tests.

2Mar 14, '13 by x_factorThe math in the study guide is the exact type of math on the test. Study the math in the study guide and you'll ace the math section. It's mostly elementary (basic) math. Decimals, fractions, ratio and proportion, ect. For conversions, study the ones in the study guide, the list of conversions is very short and most are basic (1,000 mL in a liter, 1,000 grams in a Kg, ect.). For math, the study guide is your biggest asset.

1Mar 15, '13 by FtrRn15I'm sure you already know how random the test is so my advice is try to retain as much information as you can. I'm assuming you have already taken both classes otherwise it's impossible! Without giving away any of the questions I had I can tell you to know the muscles, hormones, arteries, veins, the heart, nervous system, and anatomical terms. That is all that I can remember. I had to take the test twice as well so I just tried to remember the questions I had to guess on and study that section too. Good luck!anegash likes this.

0Mar 15, '13 by anegashTook it again, studied this time around and did much better
Results
Math  94%
reading comprehension  90%
Grammar  92%
Vocab  88%
Critical thinking (went down 10 points )  730
Anatomy & physiology  84%
ThNKA guys for the support, y'all honestly helped me with the motivation <3 
1Mar 16, '13 by katrinadI did not pass on the first try either do not give up. If math is your weak point study that its a lot of fractions and proportions and word problems. there is a way to check your answer on the proportions if you cross multiply and it has the same answer that is it... I had a tricky fraction it was in sets of three. The next time you take it do math first ok I took half the time to do the math part lol I was having heart palpatations. When I saw my score I was so sick but then my score came up over 20 ponts it is dooable you can do it .Getting To Great likes this.