I'll be taking the HESI A2
test at the end of this month and have purchased the HESI A2 study guide from Elsevier (which doesn't seem to cover much) along with a Barron's & McGraw Hill's Nursing School
Entrance Exam Study Guides. I'm studying anatomy & physiology from a Cliff's Notes review book (since I heard the Anatomy section was very detailed). I'm feeling really nervous about the test and I'm not sure if I'm studying the right material or am being prepared enough. What should I do to guarantee a high score?
How much detail do I really need to know? Do I have to memorize all the bones in the skeletal system, for example?
May 16, '12
hi i took it today for the 2nd time. i can't really give you any feedback on the science sections because my school only requires english and math. the english was much harder this time compared to last year and make sure you know all the conversions for math (pound,kilogram, quart, pint, liter, etc). i felt that the 3rd edition study guide does a good job of reviewing. my only complaint is that there is not enough math word problems in the study guide that are similar to the one's on the test. you have enough time!!! study hard!
Last edit by CinDRnyc on May 16, '12
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