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HESI A2 pocket prep

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by twindaddy75 twindaddy75 (Member)

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There's the free version, Classic with 800+ questions for $15 and The Premium with over 1,600 questions for $25. Which one, if any, is the one used to study with? I have the Elsevier book and it just feels a bit thin. If that's what's being tested that's fine. Also, in the free Pocket Prep version you can't choose the sections being quizzed on. So I'm stuck answering Biology, Chemistry and Physics questions that aren't on my HESI required sections. 

I made a study book from some online sources (prefaced with a post from orangetoledo as my table of contents. Thank you for that.). 

So my real question is how valuable is Pocket Prep and which version? How significant is the help from the app? Some have said the Elsevier book is enough but I don't see how. 

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I suggest buying the $25. I feel it’s worth it. It gives you an idea of what to look at and what topics to read about. If you don’t want to spend money, look at quizlet sets “hesi a2 anatomy”. 

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Hi!

Definitely purchase the full HESI A2 version (for $25), you will NOT regret it. The app pulls information directly from the Elsevier Exam Review. You can get an insight and feel for how the test will be like if you study the questions off of the app. And yes, there are many questions in the app that the book does not go over. If you get a question wrong, they will tell you why/how so next time, you can get it right. I used One Note to transfer all the questions/terms/equations I didn't know and studied like that. I was told the Elsevier book was enough but to my standards, it was not. Best wishes.

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