Does anyone know what resources will help me passing??! I take it in June and would like to prepare myself as soon as possible I don't like to wait the last minute. Thanks in advance!!
I just passed mine on Thursday!! So happy to get that stress out of the way. What really helped me, was the nclex4000 cd I bought off Amazon. I used to do about 100-150 questions a day. Also, I registered my Hesi blue book online, on Evolve, and did questions off of that also. Hope this helps!
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I passed HESI 93% with 100% in math which my school said I set a record. I am terrible in math but tutored my first semester in another college for the tease and it helped me pass the HESI exam with that high of a score.
I passed a couple weeks ago with a 929. I did 50 questions a day of Saunders or NCLEX 4000. I also read the entire med-surg section in the blue HESI book. I subscribed to the NCSBN question bank but I didn't find it helpful, the questions were nothing like on the regular HESI.
I passed the exit exam with an 1187 and what I did was do EVERY case study and practice question on the evolve website. I read the rationales for why I got things right and wrong while most just read why they got something wrong. In addition, there is a book called prioritization, delegation and assignment that helped me A LOT with prioritization questions that Hesi seems to love. Hope that helps!
I just passed my HESI Exit on Wednesday..what I found to be the most helpful tool was completing the Evolve case studies and using the Saunders book for material you struggle with. Know the roles of the different positions to delegate to - nursing assistant, PN, LPN, etc. Review your conversions if you struggle with that at all. You will do well! Best of luck!