Preparing For the HESI Exam Grammar Quizlet

A recent HESI exam quizlet got my attention. It’s a four-part multiple choice exam that tests your skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Much of it is actually pretty easy, and at the end of the day you’ll need to be able to write at least five essays. But what really gets my attention is the part where you are shown a list of several multiple-choice questions, asked to answer with at least one correct answer, and then asked to explain your answer in detail to a panel of HESI exam tutors. After answering the questions, you get a “grade,” and it often looks like you’re not going to fare too well, but when you look at the breakdown you see that you’ve been hit by a truck and are on your way to a nursing career! (The exam is not entirely written in Korean, but it is a great test to gauge your sentence construction skills.)

One of the things I love about this type of exam is that you can learn at your own pace, so if you’re not quite ready for the first few questions, you can take a few extra ones until you feel better. Also, if you’re taking this exam in a group or with another student, it makes it easier because you’ll be able to exchange tips with the other students. That said, I wouldn’t recommend taking this exam if you’re not prepared, and I’m going to give you some tips on how to prepare for your HESI exam grammar quizzes!

First, I highly recommend taking a practice exam. You can find these, and they will help to prepare you for the real thing, especially since there will be several multiple choice questions on the exam. You can find practice exams in many places, including books, newspapers, and online. So take advantage of this valuable resource!

Second, review everything you’ve written previously, and try to identify where you may have gone wrong. This will give you a good idea of what areas you’ll need to work on. Reviewing what you’ve already done will also help you remember what you’ll be doing for the test. For example, if you wrote an essay, review each paragraph and the entire essay. Reviewing your essay will give you a good idea of what is expected from you on the actual exam.

Third, read ahead to see if there are any mistakes you’ve missed, then reread them. You’ll also want to look over your essay after you have finished reading it a few times to double check your facts and interpretations. Be sure to mark all of the boxes in your outline or spreadsheet for each of your subtopics as well.

Now, let’s talk about how you’re going to review your essay. First, start by reading through it, skimming through it, and then finishing up by reading one more time. Then write a summary, discussing each subtopic individually. Then you’ll want to write a summary for each subtopic, discussing one issue at a time. Next, read your essay, looking for questions that you’ve already answered correctly. Write your answers in your margins or directly on the sheet for the exam.

Finally, write two lists of correct answers. On the one side, write your answer for the grammar question you’re solving, and on the other side, write your answer to general knowledge questions. Be sure to write the exact opposite of what the examiner is expecting you to do!

As you can see, preparing for the HESI exam requires careful planning, and most importantly, perseverance. There are many tools available to help you study properly, including practice exams and grammar quizzes like the one we’ve linked to above. If you take the tips presented in this article into consideration, you’ll be much better prepared for taking the final exam. And that just might be the difference between passing and failing. Good luck!