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HESI A² Test Questions
Here's a little "secret" about the HESI A²: the HESI A² is what we in the test preparation field call a "content driven" test.
While some tests are looking to see what you are ABLE to learn, the purpose of the Health Education Systems, Inc. Admission Assessment (HESI A²), offered by the Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI), is to test your understanding of what you have already learned. The goal of the HESI A² is to use a standardized testing process to create an objective assessment of a test taker's knowledge and skills.
In other words, it's more about what you know than your ability to solve clever puzzles. This is good news for those who are serious about being prepared, because it boils down to a very simple strategy:
You can succeed on the HESI A² by learning critical concepts on the test so that you are prepared for as many questions as possible.
Repetition and thorough preparation is a process that rewards those who are serious about being prepared, which means that succeeding on the HESI A² is within the reach of virtually anyone interested in learning the material.
This is great news! It means that if you've been worried about your upcoming HESI A², you can rest easy IF you have a good strategy for knowing what to study and how to effectively use repetition to your advantage.
HESI A² Flashcard Study System is a compilation of the hundreds of critical concepts you must understand to pass the HESI A². Nothing more, nothing less.
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HESI A² Flashcard Study System
When you order the HESI A² Flashcard Study System, you'll get our set of flashcards specially selected to give you the most HESI A² performance improvement for the least time. This is just a small sampling of the topics covered:
- Epithelial Tissue
- Positive and Negative Numbers
- Nerve Tissue
- Improper Fractions
- Mean, Median,and Mode
- Squares and Cubes
- Algebraic Equations
- Ratios and Proportions
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Perpendicular Lines
- Verbal Problems
- Interior and Exterior Angles
- Physical Sciences
- Organic Sciences
- Fungi and Viruses
- Biologic Molecules
- Organic Chemistry
- Liquids and Gases
- Hydrogen Bonding
- Anaerobic Metabolism
- Aerobic Metabolism
- Connective Tissue
- Mathematical Symbols
- Krebs Cycle
- Rounding Numbers
- Dynamic Equilibrium
Remember, this is just a small sampling of the topics covered in our system. Overall, you get our premium-quality flashcards covering everything you'll need to succeed on the HESI A².
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Since we know it's 100% to your benefit to use our flashcards, we want to further encourage you by also including the following with your order:
- Bonus One
HESI A² Practice Test Questions- Think you're ready for the HESI A²? Test yourself using our practice test questions. Find out if you're prepared or if you need to head back to the flashcards for another review. Use our practice test questions to make sure that you're not caught off guard on test day!
Our HESI A² practice test questions give you the opportunity to test your knowledge on a set of questions. You can know everything that is going to be covered on the test and it will not do you any good on test day if you have not had a chance to practice. Repetition is a key to success and using practice test questions allows you to reinforce your strengths and improve your weaknesses.
Detailed answer explanations are included for each question. It may sound obvious, but you have to know which questions you missed (and more importantly why you missed them) to be able to avoid making the same mistakes again when you take the real test. That's why our HESI A² practice test questions include answer keys with detailed answer explanations. These in-depth answer explanations will allow you to better understand any questions that were difficult for you or that you needed more help to understand.
The following are a sample of the practice questions included:
English Language Composite
1. Choose the best word to complete the following sentence:
Tomorrow, Atticus will __________ cupcakes to school.
- had brought
2. Use the following passage to answer the question.
Among the Atkins, South Beach and other diets people embark upon for health and weight loss is the so-called Paleolithic Diet in which adherents eat what they believe to be a diet similar to that consumed by humans during the Paleolithic era. The diet consists of food that can be hunted or gathered: primarily of meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, roots, and nuts. It does not allow for grains, legumes, dairy, salt, refined sugars or processed oils. The idea behind the diet is that humans are genetically adapted to the diet of our Paleolithic forebears. Some studies support the idea of positive health outcomes from such a diet.
What does the passage say is the idea behind the diet?
- That humans are genetically adapted to the diet of our Paleolithic forebears
- That it increases health
- That it supports weight loss
- That it consists of food that can be hunted or gathered
3. What is the product of the numbers 0.007 and 7.5?
4. If the 8 people in the room wearing jeans constitute 40% of the people in the room, how many people are there total in the room?
5. Which of the following does the integumentary system, the skin, NOT do?
- Protect internal tissues from injury
- Waterproofs the body
- Helps regulate body temperature
- Return fluid to the blood vessels
6. What is a freezing point?
- The point at which a liquid changes to a solid
- The point at which a gas changes to a liquid
- The point at which a gas changes to a solid
- The point at which a liquid changes to a gas
- C - The correct choice must complete the future perfect form. Bring is the correct choice.
- A - The passage notes that the idea behind the diet is that we are genetically adapted to the diet of our Paleolithic forebears.
- B - The product .007 and 7.5 is 0.0525. Remember to count the number of places to the right of the decimal.
- B - 8/X = 40/100 = 2/5. By cross multiplying, we see that 8 * 5 = 2X. Therefore, 40 = 2X and X = 20, so there are 20 people in the room total.
- D - The lymphatic system, not the integumentary system, returns fluid to the blood vessels.
- A - A freezing point is the point at which a liquid changes to a solid.
- Bonus Two
Special Report- The "Leitner Method" for Maximizing Flashcard Learning- in the 1970's a German psychologist developed a learning system that turned the humble flashcard into an advanced learning technology. His method teaches you to learn faster by playing a simple game with your flashcards, with the help of a few items you probably have around your home. Simple to learn, but incredibly effective- our free report shows you exactly how to use his method in plain, easy-to-understand language.
- Bonus Three
Handling Difficult Patients- Every medical professional will eventually get a difficult patient on their list of responsibilities. These patients can be mentally, physically, and emotionally combative in many different environments. Consequently, care of these patients should be conducted in a manner for personal and self-protection of the medical professional. We provide you with a list of guidelines to use when handling these difficult patients.
- Bonus Four
Overcoming Math Fear- Did you know that some people have an extreme fear of math? This report tells you why this is (you'll be surprised by the reason), and includes numerous tips on what you can do to overcome any latent math fear you may have. Don't let your fear of this subject compromise your test score- if you're an otherwise intelligent person, there's no reason why you should do badly at math. Our report will show you exactly what to do.
- Bonus Five
Basic Review of Types of Fractures- Could you tell the difference between a traumatic fracture and a fissured fracture? How about a greenstick fracture? Use our exclusive review of fractures to refresh your memory and give you everything you ever wanted to know about fractures.
- Bonus Six
CPR Review/Cheat Sheet- Do you know the rate or depth of compression for an infant? Use our quick review/cheat sheet to make sure that you don't forget critical CPR information that you might need to know sooner than you think. Every medical professional needs to know CPR. Reduce study time by using our CPR Review guide and increase your level of preparation for medical emergencies.
- Bonus Seven
Anatomy Musculature/Innervation Review- Could you still name the neural innervation of all the major muscles? How about the Pectoralis Major? Use our exclusive musculature and innervation review to prepare for the test. This information will be an excellent resource for reviewing anatomical associations between muscles and nerves.
- Bonus Eight
Prefixes and Suffixes- For those crucial words that you don't recognize, it's always a huge help to be able to dissect the word into its components and piece together a definition without any prior knowledge of the word. Using our exclusive list of the prefixes and suffixes you are most likely to encounter, you'll be an ace at breaking down the toughest words.
- Bonus Nine
Pharmacology Generic/Trade Names of 50 Key Drugs that are often found on the HESI A²- This is an exclusive list of key drugs that you will run across on the HESI A² test.
- Bonus Ten
Standard Precautions- Standard precautions are precautions taken to avoid contracting various diseases and to prevent the spread of disease to those who have compromised immunity. These universal precautions are needed since many diseases do not display signs or symptoms in their early stages and should be used with all patients. Make sure you are up to date on all of these precautions which could help protect you against diseases such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and hepatitis B (HBV).
- Bonus Eleven
Should You Retake Your Test?- There's a lot of confusion with regards to whether you should retake your test or not. This report shows you how to handle this complex question based on your personal situation.
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By Peter Rench
This Page Last Updated: 09/08/2014