HESI help

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Hello everyone, I am scheduled to take the Hesi and I am nervous. I have studied the math, English, vocab, and grammar. However, I feel that the book isn't enough. Do you guys recommend anything. FYI I am struggling with grammar :(. Specifically being able to tell if a sentence is incorrect. Help please, I feel like I am going to do fine, but I can't help but think of the what ifs.

If anyone has taken it at GRCC, any helpful tips please :( Thank you all :)

I took the HESI a few days ago the grammar and vocabulary is super easy the vocabulary is straight from the book. Reading comprehension I have to retake because I ran out of time I had like 15 questions left and it stopped í ½í¸¥ the math was just like the book however it was mostly word problems

Oh A and P was pretty basic too good luck

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Hello everyone, I am scheduled to take the Hesi and I am nervous. I have studied the math, English, vocab, and grammar. However, I feel that the book isn't enough. Do you guys recommend anything. FYI I am struggling with grammar :(. Specifically being able to tell if a sentence is incorrect. Help please, I feel like I am going to do fine, but I can't help but think of the what ifs.

If anyone has taken it at GRCC, any helpful tips please :( Thank you all :)

awww @jonsushi don't worry! You will be fine...and yes grammar can be tricky. Did you take the test already? Is this your first time?

Focus on these topics for Grammar:

Adjective

Adverb

Confusing Word Pairs

Affect vs Effect

Among vs Between

Good vs Well

Bad vs Badly

Farther vs Further

Hear vs Here

Lie vs Lay

Eight Parts of Speech

Pronoun Use

Independent and dependent clauses

Subject and Verb Agreement

Also you can read over these two articles on how to solve grammar questions:

HESI A2 Tips – Tagged "hesi a2 grammar" – Ready For The HESI

You'll also get a free practice test on their with everything from a&p questions to grammar to biology, etc. They have an image of a sentence that reads:

"They're parking their car there."

This SUCH a good example of a grammar question because you definitely have to know the different of words that sound alike but have different meanings.