Published Apr 17, 2014
I was able to pass my version one test, with lots of anxiety but minimal stress. I suggest everyone who hasn't taken it yet to purchase the green hesi book and review content. Doing questions all day is good, but i suggest learning the content. If you have any questions and havent taken it yet feel free to pm me.
Do u recommend doing hesi practice question too? And do u think med surg is the biggest part being tested on the exam?
Camwill, ASN, BSN, MSN, DNP, LPN, APRN, NP
There was a little of everything even fundamentals. Do as many questions as possible from all content areas :) I just passed exit hesi yesterday :) 94% woot so happy to not have to do it again!!! One little hesi hint :) when you read the question make sure you understand what the question is asking before picking an answer, sometimes the answer was a lot simpler than it seems. Good luck everyone!!!
I agree, they seem to love throwing in non-important information. I had a question with lots of lab and abg info and none of it had anything to do with the answer…. I took it today. :)
I agree, they seem to love throwing in non-important information. I had a question with lots of lab and abg info and none of it had anything to do with the answer.... I took it today. :)
Did u pass? I
Yes, I made a 1171 :)
That's great! I am headed to take mine Friday! ?
I'm really freakin out, my HESI is on the 20th and I am so scared. We need to get an 850 to pass. I can't afford to pay for another semester if I don't pass this. I've heard it's a lot harder than the actual NCLEX. What do I study how do I study Pls HELPPPP.
First things 1st..... CALM DOWN!!!! Try to keep yourself as calm as possible before the exam.
I had to take the test twice. The 1st time I was freaking out and I cried throughout the entire thing. The 2nd time around I was more relaxed and I didn't study anything the night before.
I used yourbestgrade.com, evolve questions from the Hesi NCLEX RN comprehensive review book, and I read most of the that book except peds and maternity.
You will do fine. Just do as many questions as possible, read rationales on right and wrong answers. Study what you're not familiar with. Go back to the basics (fundamentals). You will do just fine. KEEP CALM AND GET A GOOD NIGHTS REST BEFORE THE EXAM (I had to take a Benadryl)
Hope this helps!
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