Ok so back in May I took the Midcurricular HESI twice and failed both times...scores of 846 & 751 respectively...We need an 850 to pass. I am an A/B student with 100's in clinicals but if I fail to make an 850 this time I have to begin my program over from the beginning despite the fact that I have completed 6/9 classes and passed all of them. I have been studying my brains out all summer with the HESI RN NCLEX book & CD...doing the remediation on the HESI site, attending remediation at my school with other students in the same situation, and doing Saunders questions over and over...anyone have any other advice? We take a HESI after every class as our final and I have never had trouble in the past...basically I am just freaking out and it's really hard to think of all my work going down the drain over this test...anyway not trying to be whiny just making sure I have all my bases covered so I go into it knowing I did everything I could. I take the test next Thursday, August 2. Thanks!!!