HESI Anatomy and Physiology: The primary objective of the exam is to analyze your knowledge about the primary functions of the reproductive system, the endocrine system and the vascular system. You will have to study human reproduction, the functioning of the endocrine system and the function of the vascular system. Your question should include the information relating to the structure of the female reproductive system and the details about the different structures of the male reproductive system. These three systems work hand-in-hand together in the process of reproduction. You will need to gain a thorough understanding about each major part of the reproductive system and how they interact with each other.
HESI Anatomy and Physiology: Next, we study the anatomical structure of the brain and the nervous system. This part of HESI Anatomy and Physiology is concerned with the location of the principal functions of the brain and the spinal cord. You will have to study the parietal lobe, the frontal lobe and the cerebellum. All the three parts of the brain perform different types of functions and each of them has different functions. You will have to be able to relate the details about these three main structures in the brain. The information about the location of the major nerves, the connections between the nerves and the details of the blood cells in the brain will be extremely helpful to understand your subject.
HESI Anatomy and Physiology: Another section of HESI Anatomy and Physiology deals with the relationship between the patient’s body, the test equipment and the medical procedures. For each test, the medical situation or the question depends on the kind of equipment used and the condition of the patient. The questions are organized in such a way that you can easily understand the questions without going through the entire set of practice questions. You will receive practice questions for each test that you take. In the exam, you will be required to answer several questions on this material and you will be evaluated according to your answers.
General Knowledge Examination: This is the last part of the examination and it covers the general knowledge questions. You will be required to read through several newspapers, journals and books in order to answer this type of question. It will not give you an in depth knowledge regarding the topic but you should be able to grasp the general information that you need for the rest of the course. The test center will grade your answers on the basis of how much you understood and how well you understood the concept. This is also one of the easier sections to review because it does not require too much research in order to complete it.
Taking notes during the examination is highly recommended because you can easily refresh yourself while listening to the lecture or listening to the audio CD that you will be given. Some of the questions are very easy to answer but a few are really difficult. During the examination, you will be asked to do a lot of physical activity. You might end up sweating profusely or shaking uncontrollably if you are not familiar with the procedure or if you are not paying attention to the instructor. It is important to be prepared so that you will be able to do well during the examination.
Once you have completed the practice tests, you will be given a corresponding study guide. In the guide, you will learn about the content of the actual examination and you will know what to expect from the test center. You will also be able to select the test date that best suits you and your schedule.
Before going to the test center, you should make sure that you prepared for the exam in advance. You should be knowledgeable about the material that will be covered in the test. If you have not studied for the exam, you should get a study guide that gives instructions on how to properly prepare for the test.