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Question to those who had to take the HESI EXit RN

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Hesi has the adaptive quizzing and im doing them now. the questions are easy and ive done practice hesi exams and the questions from the adaptive are nothing compared to the practice exam questions. i would do good on the adaptive quizzes but when i tried the practice exams id do very bad like 60%.

also i notice a lot that the adaptive quizzes are repeating questions, i'm thinking it might not be adaptive as it claims.

i just got the saunders, so im gonna try to do questions from that also. but i heard the questions are easier. so im looking for really challenging practice questions so ill feel i can beat the hesi questions in exit.

So i ask to those who had to take the HESI exit RN what did you use for practice questions????

Im taking the exit in 2 weeks! help please!

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strawberryluv is a BSN, RN and specializes in LTC, Med-surg.

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A lot of answering these NCLEX questions is test strategies. If you bought the Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN exam book then I suggest you read their test strategies section. It will open your eyes on how to answer some questions that you may come across that will literally blank your mind.

Btw, I took the Hesii exam today too and got a 77%. Its not bad..just average. :/

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A lot of answering these NCLEX questions is test strategies. If you bought the Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN exam book then I suggest you read their test strategies section. It will open your eyes on how to answer some questions that you may come across that will literally blank your mind.

Btw, I took the Hesii exam today too and got a 77%. Its not bad..just average. :/

What would you say "stumped" you most on your HESI? I take mine this Saturday! I feel like I don't exactly know what to study :-/

Was it a mix of everything? I just have this weird feeling I will do way worse then my 3rd semester HESI... But I did good on that one?

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Esme12 has 40 years experience as a ASN, BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care, ED, Cath lab, CTPAC,Trauma.

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I dont know what to do! I dont know what to use to study for the HESI exit!! I saw nclex10000 should i get it to study for the HESI exit?

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Hesi has the adaptive quizzing and im doing them now. the questions are easy and ive done practice hesi exams and the questions from the adaptive are nothing compared to the practice exam questions. i would do good on the adaptive quizzes but when i tried the practice exams id do very bad like 60%.

also i notice a lot that the adaptive quizzes are repeating questions, i'm thinking it might not be adaptive as it claims.

i just got the saunders, so im gonna try to do questions from that also. but i heard the questions are easier. so im looking for really challenging practice questions so ill feel i can beat the hesi questions in exit.

So i ask to those who had to take the HESI exit RN what did you use for practice questions????

Im taking the exit in 2 weeks! help please!

Maybe you wouldn't be so worried if you had truly worked hard and studied for your grades rather than, in your own words, "begged for sympathy points" from your professors. Can't wait to see your posts when NCLEX time nears!

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Maybe you wouldn't be so worried if you had truly worked hard and studied for your grades rather than, in your own words, "begged for sympathy points" from your professors. Can't wait to see your posts when NCLEX time nears!

Yes, you were very helpful. Your statements in this thread really answers what I ask in the opening. I'm being sarcastic.

Why are you coming after me, attacking, for saying my opinion in another thread? This and that are different.

Please. I'm over it.

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