I pretty much have the same question as everyone else.
I am taking my HESI A2
on February 20th of this year - over a month out - and I have already started to study. I will be taking Math, Grammar
, Vocabulary, A&P, and General Knowledge. I have purchased and been using the HESI A2 Admission Assessment Exam Review
book from Elsevier and nothing else. I feel really comfortable with Math, Grammar, and Vocabulary but the A&P has gotten me into a tizzy.
People have said the A&P is very broad but others say it's just like high school. I have taken A&P 1 &2 but I am starting to doubt if I have retained anything. I know we cannot talk about specific test questions, but can anyone guide me on what to study? Should I focus on the very basics such as parts of the brain and heart or should I go into depth and study the types of cells and their functions, hormones, etc.? On the other hand, when we start talking about the specifics of cells and cellular division - We are getting into Biology, which is not listed as part of the exam. Can I still be asked these questions?
Unfortunately due to timing, I get one shot at this and I really want to make it count. For our school, the grade to make is 75% or higher. How hard is this to actually do? I don't want to take the test lightly but I don't want to spend my time freaking out. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
Thanks For Your Time!