How to study for Hesi A2???

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    I am scheduled to take the Hesi A2 this spring and I am getting real nervous. Does anyone have any good study guides or tips??

    Thanks
    Sarah
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    I scheduled on DEC16. Mt. Sac does not require Physic & Chem, which are my strong subjects. I think we should master Hesi 2A book to have confidence for the test. good luck
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    I took it this past march and my school didn't require the science portions. I just got the HESI study guide from Barnes n noble and studied the math the most. Also know some medical terminology. And English, it is just basic stuff. Got a 90% overall but the test took me like 3 hours cause I was freaking out lol. Good luck!
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    what subjects are you covering? there are 8 total (chem, A&P, math, reading, grammar, vocab, physics and biology). most schools don't make you do all of them.
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    Quote from BGax
    I took it this past march and my school didn't require the science portions. I just got the HESI study guide from Barnes n noble and studied the math the most. Also know some medical terminology. And English, it is just basic stuff. Got a 90% overall but the test took me like 3 hours cause I was freaking out lol. Good luck!

    I do not worry too much bout MATHS, but Science.Do you have any suggestion what i should focus on it?? it's too broad. Thank you so much.
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    Quote from hnguyen509
    I do not worry too much bout MATHS, but Science.Do you have any suggestion what i should focus on it?? it's too broad. Thank you so much.
    There was a lot of conversions on mine. I don't remember everything, but the thing that made me pass was the Study book from Barnes n Noble. It is the HESI A2 blue book. Without that, I wouldn't have done as well. And I was also in medical terminology at the time, so that helped me too. Does your school test on the sciences as well? I didn't have to worry about that which was nice.


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