I took the HESI at El Centro and did really well even though I havent had anp2 yet. The day I went I was kinda freaked out by all these people in the hall with study guides and text books. I didnt do any studying for it and was fine. The anatomy and physiology part was the hardest for me. It was all actually anatomy questions no physiology questions though. At the end of the test you can print out your score sheet and the review of each section you took. The review will tell you what questions number you missed and what topic was. PRINT OUT EVERYTHING YOU CAN! most people dont realize they can. There is alot of good info, including testing tips you can print. I recommend taking the test once for practice, just to get a feel for it. Here are some of the topics that were on the test: MATH SECTION: fraction to ratio, meter to km, milliliters to liters, multiply fractions, ounces to gallons, ounces to pints, percentages, ratio percentages, roman numerals. CHEM: amino acids carboxyl amino, buffer, description of matter, dilution calculation, hydrochloric acid, solution calculation, viscosity. As far as the reading and vocab parts go, the test reminded me of the TAAS Test. They just give you a short story and you answer questions from it. Good luck on your test! I hope this helped!