Published Apr 25, 2014
Okay so my school requires at least a 900 on the EXIT HESI. Also, we are to take a HESI EXAM after each and every nursing course and it is a part of our over all grade. With that being said, I didn't study at all for the EXIT HESI because my mentality was "well I'm used to taking HESI EXAMS and plus its impossible to relearn everything I ever learned in nursing school" ...well that mentality backfired because I failed with a score of 768! I reviewed my score with an advisor and it turned out I got 2 out 5 math questions wrong. Math weighs HEAVILY on the HESI so make sure you get all of them correct. Be careful with rounding and always put a zero in front of a decimal (I answered .33 instead of 0.33). also the question itself will mention either they want the answer in the 10th or 100th decimal.
I was able to retake the EXIT HESI in two weeks and here's what I did. Trying to review everything was still not a part of my plan because I only had two weeks! Instead what I did is join this website yourbestgrade.com/hesi/practice
Yes, it is 100.00 BUT GUESS WHAT! YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU ASK FOR A REFUND WITHIN 30 DAYS! Just tell them that you don't find the website helpful.
The website had many questions that are formatted exactly as the HESI exam.
Trust me! the questions on the HESI are a lot harder than the NCLEX! The HESI questions are a lot harder because they are tricky and you really have to read what the question in really asking.
I got a 907 on my second try.
Good luck everyone! Im sure you will do great!
NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN
Post moved to HESI Exit Exam Help
Yes, it is 100.00 BUT GUESS WHAT! YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU ASK FOR A REFUND WITHIN 30 DAYS! Just tell them that you don’t find the website helpful.
However, allnurses does not support lying to get a refund. Thread closed.
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