Physics?? No, no physics on an entrance exam that I've ever taken. Physics is an advanced class, nothing you NEED nor HAVE to have skills in, in order to gain entrance into an LPN or RN school.
We were allowed calculators for our entrance exam. Even for the simple adding and subtracting. We aren't allowed to use calculators for any tests or things like that in class.
Whats sad is, because we were allowed to use calculators, many people who gained entrance into our class, really shouldn't have. They don't possess BASIC math skills that you learned in grammar
school. And now they moan and groan about not having a "formal" math class because "we are expected to know this math and no one is teaching us" UMM..you're kidding right?! The first requirement in order to even TEST to get in is a high school diploma or a GED. If they have either of those the DID learn that math!
I have had several classmates ask me (I am 100% serious here) which number goes IN the division sign and which one goes out..for example, 2789/56..they really don't comprehend which number is being divided by which....scarey!
Ok, off topic there, but it depends on the school if they allow calculators for their entrance exam and in class. But I high doubt any entrance exam has physics on it.