Has anyone or has anyone heard of anyone challenging an exit hesi to graduate from their university?
Its simple - I've passed every class required in my BSN. I did not meet the requirements of the exit HESI.
- The HESI which is: a third party arbitrarily graded test that does well to predict a passer but not a person that will fail. It's not universally used or managed. And the vast majority of people that do not pass the HESI when not required to do so, still go on to pass the NCLEX.
- It prevents a student from graduating with, at the very least, their degree. Just a "good luck" from the facility on paying your student loans without even getting a shot at the NCLEX.
I've heard its banned in New York from my representative in the Kentucky Board of Nursing, as well as no longer used in North Carolina and Texas.
Are there any other states that ban the HESI? Where can I find the info. Google only brings up pages from here at allnurses .com.