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I just took two hesi exams within the past week - a critical care speciality exam and today I took a med-surg speciality exam. I did GREAT on the critical care one - scored a 1063, 89.81% (percentile) and 98.87% conversion... Read More


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    @sukisoy: The HESI book that she is talking about is probably the Evolve reach comprehensive review for the nclex-rn examination, 2nd Ed.

    Goodluck to whoever is taking the HESI anytime soon. I took my first crack at the HESI comp yesterday and missed the cut. I found the questions to be really hard and most of the topics were not in the HESI book. If anybody wants a feedback just let me know.
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    thank you ryan8!
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    Quote from ryan8
    @sukisoy: The HESI book that she is talking about is probably the Evolve reach comprehensive review for the nclex-rn examination, 2nd Ed.

    Goodluck to whoever is taking the HESI anytime soon. I took my first crack at the HESI comp yesterday and missed the cut. I found the questions to be really hard and most of the topics were not in the HESI book. If anybody wants a feedback just let me know.
    hi! i would love some feedback! which version did you take? any information would be greatly appreciated. i have taken versions 1 and 2 so far.... let me know if i can help!
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    Sorry for digging up old posts, hopefully this will be seen. I'm about to take my HESI Critical Care exam and just wanted to know in general what does it cover? Our teachers won't even give us a slight clue as to what to study. I have the current HESI Book which has a chapter called "Advanced Clinical Concepts" - would that be the equivalent for the HESI Critical Care exam? I don't have any practice quizzes or questions on evolve for a "Critical Care exam" so that is what I've been looking over. Thanks for any hints you can give!
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    adpibri - I'd study anything you covered in class this semester, and any case studies/practice quizzes on Evolve you've been using during the semester. The HESI Comprehensive Review book has been helpful for me as well. We have HESI exams at the end of every semester & there's really no surefire way to study for them, since it's not necessarily what's covered in class... but that HESI review book is helpful HTH
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    Has anyone taken the critical care hesi? If so how was it?
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    I think the Critical Care HESI was an expanded Med Surg exam just geared toward more critical patients probably with vents and chest tubes and things. I would try to do as many questions as possible including pharmacology for critical care/med surg.
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    Also start making sure you know how to apply those strategies from chapter 5 in the Saunders Book!


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