Wondering what's the best way to study the subjects for the Hesi exam? What tactics are best to use and did anyone use a study schedule?
I've been studying every Wednesday for 2 hours. One category bet study session. My college only requires math, reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar
, and anatomy &physiology. I use a combination of the hesi review book from the company and the pocketprep app. Pocketprep is the best I recommend it to every pre-nursing student.
Thanks for your reply. So when you study in those two hours what's your study process? Memorizing? Practice tests? I'm having a problem figuring out my groove and why I think I'm procrastinating so much.
I read the section in the hesi book. Then I do the sample questions for that section. After I take a practice test on the pocketprep app.
I studied alittle less than a month. I did the PocketPrep everyday for sure. I would do atleast a 100 practice questions from it everyday (I used it only for Anatomy Grammar
, and Vocabulary). I studied Anatomy first, memorizing the book, practice tests, and a helpful site that had a bunch of powerpoints. I went through them everyday for about an hour and a half everyday for 2 weeks. I believe I spent 2-3 days memorizing the formulas and how to do the math problems in the Hesi book. I spent 2 days memorizing the vocabulary in the HESI book and then I started looking up quizlets (also memorized the words in pocketprep too). Then I spent a few days memorizing and learning grammar. And then the remaining days, I took a bunch of practice tests for everything. I did not study for Reading.
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