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1. Help - I failed HESI 2a exam

I also failed my HESI A2 exam so don't feel like you are the only one! I feel like everyone around me passed it except me! Haha but I am rescheduled to take mine again July 23rd and I have a feeling the math is going to probably be the same kind of questions like fractions, ratios, metric conversions. For everything else I'm really not sure how it is going to lay out! I heard that the question style is the same (but that isn't helping me much) because I didn't do to well in my A&P either! But math is always an absolute answer! So there is only one way of getting the right answer which is a good thing! Just study the math really well understand those three parts the most and I'm sure you will pass with flying colors! Good luck!! I'll be taking the HESI my 2nd time around as well and I'm just as nervous! :)
2. Conversions

Yes! You have to know the conversions for the Metric System and I would recommend just rewriting them down again until you memorize them. After you have memorized what is what then start converting them like how many oz are in 2 quarts? A lot of the questions on the math portion are really simple basic metric conversions! I hope this helps! Good luck!
3. Hesi A&P part

Hello! I took my HESI about two weeks ago and I can tell you what I remember it being over! Especially the A&P part: -Know what surrounds organs -Read about the cell (and I mean everything about the cell) -Know the thoracic cavity -The planes and directions (distal, proximal, anterior...so on) -Read up on the kidney -Know your bones and muscles -Know the brain, the lobes, and what each part can do (ex. what is the frontal lobe responsible for?) -Know all your tissues -Know your heart That is the most I can recall from the AP section of the test and a lot of it is just the basic AP but I know that not taking a class would be really hard not knowing what to study or expect on this test! I hope this helps some!! Good luck(: