Is The HESI A2 Exam Multiple Choice?

The written test and the multiple choice portion of the ISCA’s A2 examination have always been among my favorite parts of the entire testing process. In one way, I guess it is because I have always been preparing for this exam since I was a nursing student. I always knew that this would be a tough one for me. I can’t help but compare how some of my fellow students prepared for theirs and I was surprised to see that others had done pretty well. However, as usual, things did not go my way and I failed. Now that I am an experienced nurse, I realized that I should have done better and I am here to share with you some of my tips on how to prepare for the HESI exam.

As mentioned above, the first thing you should do is take my HESI exam the second time around. I recommend that you do this at least a year before the exam. This will give you ample time to digest all of the material and gain additional knowledge that will help you succeed on the exam the second time around. It is important that you take this time even if you have already taken the exam the first time.

There are many ways you can take the exam. You can sit in a classroom and listen to a lecture or take notes in class. For multiple choice sections, you should study diligently by reviewing and answering the multiple choice questions multiple times. By preparing and practicing your answers, you will be able to eliminate wrong answers and reduce the time needed to answer the specific, multiple choice question.

Another very important strategy is the use of practice tests. You should never just rely on you official test results when you want to improve your score. Instead, the most important way to study for the exam is to take practice tests. These can be found anywhere online, but I would highly suggest that you go to one of the few test preparation websites that offer practice tests and tips on how to maximize your score. Even the pros at GRE recommend using practice tests to tune your skills.

Practice makes perfect, especially when it comes to preparing for a test. The key is to take a practice test several times before you attempt taking the actual test. Not only does this make the questions much more challenging, it also makes it easier to eliminate wrong answers. This will drastically reduce the amount of time it takes to answer the multiple choice portion of the exam.

When taking the actual test, there are some simple strategies to help you score well. The first is to choose the correct answer more than the incorrect answer. This strategy works best for multiple choice questions. If possible, choose three choices that can all be correct. Forcing yourself to pick one answer while knowing that you don’t have to answer another correctly is just a waste of time and energy. Make sure you know what you’re going to say before you choose and make sure you know how many more questions there are to answer.

When you take the exam, be prepared to answer in depth regarding every question. Use your word processing program or highlighters to highlight key points. Also, review earlier sections of the textbook and take note of your strategy. Don’t be afraid to take one extra question if you have time. This way, you’ll feel confident enough to answer all the others on your own without thinking about what you skipped.

There are no shortcuts to success when it comes to the GRE. However, the tips and techniques outlined above should greatly help you become a more successful GRE student. Remember, practice, and more practice until you become the expert at mastering the multiple choice portion of the GRE exam. If you want to be able to pass the GRE with flying colors, then you need to devote yourself to practice and study.