If you\’re planning to take the HESI A2 exam, you might be wondering what to expect on the big day. Well, don\’t worry, because I\’m here to give you some tips and tricks on how to prepare, what to bring and what to avoid.
First of all, let\’s talk about how to prepare. You should have been studying for this exam for at least a few weeks, if not months. The HESI A2 covers a lot of topics, such as math, reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology. You can find plenty of online resources and practice tests to help you review these subjects.
But studying is not enough. You also need to take care of your physical and mental health. Make sure you get enough sleep, eat well and stay hydrated. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and drugs that might interfere with your performance. Try to relax and calm your nerves before the exam. You can do some breathing exercises, listen to music or meditate.
Secondly, let\’s talk about what to bring. You will need a valid photo ID, such as a driver\’s license or a passport. You will also need your admission ticket or confirmation email from the testing center. You might want to bring a watch, a calculator and some snacks and water for the breaks. However, you will not be allowed to use any electronic devices, books or notes during the exam. You will have to store them in a locker or leave them at home.
Thirdly, let\’s talk about what to avoid. You should avoid arriving late, as you might not be admitted or have enough time to complete the exam. You should also avoid guessing or skipping questions, as there is no penalty for wrong answers. You should try to answer every question as best as you can. You should also avoid cheating or copying from others, as this will result in disqualification and possible legal action.
Finally, let\’s talk about what to expect after the exam. You will receive your score report immediately after finishing the exam. You will see your overall score and your scores for each section. You will also see whether you met the minimum requirements for your program or school. You can print out your score report or save it as a PDF file.
I hope this blog post has helped you get ready for the HESI A2 exam. Remember, preparation is key, but so is confidence and positivity. Good luck and have fun!