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- by Cporter65 Mar 24, '09I am taking the HESI entrance exam tomorrow. I am VERY nervous, I have been studying but I still don't feel confident. Has anyone taken it? I NEED ADVICE PLEASE HELP
- Mar 24, '09 by sfinnHey! There are lots of threads on this if you search under Hesi A2. I took the Hesi about a week ago and I thought that everything was fairly easy except for the A&P and Biology. A&P specifically was probably hard for me because I've never taken it before. If you have some sort of background in it than possibly it won't be that bad? I have a background in Bio but I feel as if they asked the most random and confusing questions.
Honestly, I wouldn't use their study guide. I would use an old text and study the basic functions and parts of the cell, along with stuff like active and passive transport. Good luck! Let us know how you do!
- Mar 24, '09 by KAYBDT6Just basic stuff. There is no need to read for it once you know your basic such as math and reading. I took my today. it was so interestingi made above 80 in both reading and maths.
- Mar 26, '09 by Cporter65So I took my HESI A2 yesterday... I thought the science sections that were added on were very unreasonable. The study guide was no help and a waste of time and money. I did fine on reading grammar and math but the sciences killed it totally for me. Im praying to God that somehow I am not the only person who stuggled.
- Jun 24, '09 by caureanI am just wondering if the HESI and the HESI A2 the same? I am sorry I have no idea but I am willing to take my chances in studying this field. The lector told us in the session that we should atleast take the A&P 1and 2 before taking the HESI, just wondering again if studying the A&P 1 and 2 is a self study thing or they are subjects that can be taken in school? I was overwhelmed by the things I need to do just to be in the program but I dont want to give up. So help me God lol.. Hope I can get the PDF file too of this HESI assessment exam. I will appreciate the help.. thanksLast edit by tnbutterfly on Jun 24, '09 : Reason: Please do not post email addresses
- Jun 24, '09 by guiltysinsWell I bought the study guide and it was helpful, but then again our school didn't require the science portions so that was probably why.
- Aug 5, '09 by AfirecoflyerThere are two HESI tests. The HESI A2 is an entrance exam for nursing school. This is the one you want. The regular HESI is the exit exam that some people have to complete after they have completed all their nursing coursework.
Apparently some schools do not require all the sections of the HESI A2 so you may or may not have all the sciences.
This second site is from the administrator of the Hesi A2 entrance exam and reviews the categories and subject matter that is included in their tests. (Geared to the school administrators but great for students info.)
I am taking mine in October and need some serious crash studying since I am returning to school after many years. :/
- Aug 10, '09 by Pesce101010hey everyone. just took the hesi entrance a(2) exam this last friday. i used the hesi entrance assessment study guide 2nd edition by evolve, various vocabulary tests on the internet, and the study guide from west coast university that’s now unavailable. the math section was straight out of the book and it seemed that they focused a lot on proportions(100%). the grammar section wasn't that bad. they asked what words were the mistakes in the sentences and asked what words would fit the best in each of sentences(88%). reading comprehension wasn't that bad, follow the study guide and you'll be fine(87.3%). vocabulary midway through the test i was hoping for a 75% on the section. definitely not word for word like all the other sections. probably had about half the words from the study guide on there. the other half are words used around the hospital. ex. what word means to urinate? answer:micturition. i ended up getting an 86% on the vocabulary section, with an overall 90.31%. i studied for this test for about a month and i believe it payed off. my advice is to concentrate most of your study time on the study guide and also to try to find common hospital terms on the internet. good luck, you’ll be fine.Last edit by Pesce101010 on Aug 10, '09
- Aug 18, '09 by ali523Does anyone know if the West Coast University Hesi A2 study guide is still out there somewhere and how to get to it?