HESI A2 Anatomy and Physiology section - page 2
Did you have to take the HESI A2 anatomy and physiology section for admission into your school? I just took my HESI and did really bad on anatomy and physiology section (I'm actually taking ANAT/PHYS 1 and ANAT/PHYS 2 both at... Read More
- 0Nov 18, '11 by growinguphoustonHi Sarah,
That is actually really good! I can't believe these nursing schools nowadays, they are just making it harder and harder to get in.
Good luck! Let me know if there is anything I can help you with. Was there a particular body system, you had trouble with like hormones or the nervous system?Last edit by tnbutterfly on Nov 18, '11 : Reason: Advertising
- 0Nov 18, '11 by growinguphoustonThat is horrible. I mean book sense is important but so is common sense. I would rather have a nursing who graduated with a low GPA but she knows what she's doing than have a nurse taking care of me who graduated with a 4.0 but has not clue how to think in the real world.
I hate it that we are nothing but numbers nowadays.
Anyway, rant is over, LOL. The study guide for A&P has diagrams to review and over 100 practice questions, so it doesn't hurt to practice with it but even then, I"m not sure if it's enough to get an A+.
How can they ask 30 questions out of a YEAR's worth of anatomy!!
- 0Nov 20, '11 by tikyutHi everyone
I will be taking mine on dec 29th and I'm so overwelhmed by the amount of stuff I have to study. I just don't know where to start. I took A&P 1 last year but I only remember a few. I can do Math, vocab & reading(somewhat) because English is my third language. Any advice or help is welcome. Good luck to us all!Last edit by tikyut on Nov 20, '11 : Reason: Third language not second third