Hey! I am a current Two-Step student. Just finished 2nd semester and starting 3rd soon. Which hospital do you work at? You'll need to reach out to the coordinator and get a pack that contains all the courses you need. HCA requires that you've completed A&P 1 & 2, Micro, English, Intro Psych and Developmental Psych.
Anyone applying to the Two-Step program will need to meet minimum requirements for Collin. Two-Step only takes about 10 students each semester. So get to know your coordinator and let them know your achievements and who you are. As a Two-Step applicant, you won't be competing against all the students applying to Collin, just the Two-Step applicants, but we are a pretty smart bunch, so don't think it will be easy either.
In my opinion, the PSB was easier than the Hesi. I never took the TEAs, so nothing to compare there. The PSB's hardest section was spelling. Just know general rules. If I were you, I'd go ahead and schedule a time to take the test just for practice. If you get a good score, then you're done. But you'll have time for a second test if you need a higher score.