Hesi A2 test scores for UT Health Science Center
- 0Jun 20, '10 by trishajleeHi, I am applying for UT health science center and was wondering what people have scored on their Hesi A2 exam..?, so I can see what the approximate average score is....
1) Reading Comprehension: 86.96
2) Meaning-Word Use: 100
3) Conclusions: 100
4) Implications: 91.67
5) Understanding: 75
6) Grammar: 94
7) Vocabulary & General Knowledge: 90
English Language composite Score: 90.32
8) Biology: 84
9) Chemistry: 100
10) Anatomy & Physiology: 96
Science Composite Score: 93.33
11) Math: 100
Cumulative Score: 92.99
Critical Thinking Score: 820
- 0Jun 21, '10 by trishajleewell the test gave an allotted time of 4 hours total (so you can spend the 4 hours however you want, meaning if you take less time in math or another subject, you can take more time on other sections)
for me, my friend borrowed a hesi prep book from the library.
anyways... i ended up looking over that book literally the afternoon b4 the test day... (no lie!) i was actually really surprised with the grade i received. the book really did help though - specially with conversions of pints, quarts, etc... the questions for all the science sections were pretty general. there was also some chem equations where you had to add the weight of the compound or saying that you had 8 moles of a compound on the reactant side and wanted to know how much moles you would have on the product side, etc.
I also had acid base question, diffusion, cell membrane composition, anatomical division of the body, question on a valve in the heart, etc... overall it was pretty general....
the only fill in the blank i can recall is from the math section (probably only 4 questions). btw, you do get a calculator (not physical) and 2 dry erase boards and 2 dry erase markers.Last edit by HM2VikingRN on Jul 28, '10 : Reason: PLEASE DO NOT POST TEST QUESTIONS/no spreading of copyrighted matrial
- 0Jun 22, '10 by onmyway83First congrats on your great scores!!! I see that you took the chemistry section, it's not required though right?!? At the info session and on the website it does not state the chemistry or physics sections, so I'm just needing clarification...lol...
How long did it take you to get your results through mail or email?
- 0Jun 22, '10 by trishajleeWell, for me, I'm not sure if Chemistry was required or not. I just went to the UT Health Science center school of nursing website and sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org saying my name, address, etc. and also that I needed to take
"The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Nursing RN Admission Assessment (A2) with Critical Thinking"
So then I registered for my test on the website after they gave me confirmation. When I took the test on the scheduled test day, it had those sections on it, so i assume that they were ALL required... but im not sure since i did not attend an information session.....
and i have not yet received my results by email. The results were given directly after I finish though. i was even able to print it out at the testing center.
- 0Jun 23, '10 by trishajleeyes you do get a calculator, but at the testing center i took mine at, it was a calculator on the computer.
and i dont think the book I used had a study guide, although it did give a few sample questions.
o and, onmyway83: when i said ALL of them were required, i meant only the ones I took meaning, chem, anatomy and physiology, biology, grammar, reading, vocab, math, and critical thinking of course.Last edit by HM2VikingRN on Jul 28, '10 : Reason: For TOS