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by JNN JNN (New Member) New Member

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Hi everyone,

so, I need some advice and some honesty. I’ve failed my HESI entrance exam twice and I had to take my Anatomy & physiology serval times. I’m honestly really doubting about retaking my HESI and applying to nursing school. I feel like since I’m struggling so much in these important area, I shouldn’t continue nursing. My coworker who is nursing school right now said it’s really hard and harder than anatomy and physiology 2 and since I struggled so much in this class I feel like I shouldn’t pursue nursing anymore. I honestly, just need a direction and what I need to do.

Thanks everyone! Can’t wait to see your response! 

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I honestly think you can definitely do this. I used a lot of quizlet to study for the HESI and I passed it on the first try. Knowing your learning style is very important because it can make or break your retention process.  I hope that this helps a little.

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Stell p specializes in Nursing.

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So am I . 

I have taken the hesi multiple times and I am still struggling. 

That somebody have an advice?

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If we are taking about the HESI A2 entrance exam. I’ve taken it numerous times and I finally passed! I used the study guide book. My school does not require us to take any science sections. 

However my scores for grammar was holding me back. But this time I was able to get passing scores. I literally remembered the entire grammar section from nouns to who vs. whom. I can literally see the book section by section page by page because I reviewed it sooo many times. I hand wrote the sections many times. And I broke it up into sections. I would do 5 per 3-4 days until I completely got the concept down. And took a lot of practice questions off google. 

The vocabulary I was completely upset because I studied over 400 words but I feel like half of them weren’t on the exam. Bummer. 

Anything that I study I have to pre-read, read, hand write and review it multiple times. I made flash cards for the vocabulary and grammar I had notes up in my shower had my book with me at all times! And used quizlet. 

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