In the first section of HESI Admission Assessment Exam Review four (HESI 4) I review the key concepts. These include Nursing theory, nursing education and nursing practice. I then compare these topics with concepts from other nursing schools. I use graphs and interactive learning activities to support my comparisons. I explain each concept in simple English.
In the second section of HESI 4 review I perform a practice clinical examination. I ask nursing students to complete a similar exam to the actual one. I then record their performance and compare it with what they have done in class.
In HESI 4 review I assess the conceptual skills required for nursing admissions. I use a variety of graphics to reinforce the main points. I demonstrate some sample questions and use graphs to support my claims. I then discuss each topic in detail and give tips on how to best prepare for the exam. I recommend taking a full day to go over each chapter and practice answering the sample questions.
In HESI 5 review I compare the practical application skills with those from previous nursing classes. I review relevant literature and show how the concepts are applied in real life situations. I examine practice exam questions and describe their format and use the appropriate graphics. I also review and discuss any areas of difficulty in relation to the textbook content.
The final part of HESI 5 review deals with the nursing ethics and principles. This section requires the student to demonstrate good decision making and logical reasoning skills. I record the answers and then analyze the reasoning. I explain that the logical reasoning portion of the exam is only effective when a person is trained to apply critical thinking. I review and explain topics such as cultural diversity, cultural awareness, personal hygiene and wound care.
As part of HESI 5 review I will provide a detailed analysis of the nursing education. I describe how students gain knowledge by participating in clinical practice. I review the key concepts and key nursing skills necessary to pass the exam. I give advice and recommendations about what type of review material should be used to help students prepare for the exam. I conclude by describing the scoring system and the distribution of scores. I recommend preparing for the exam immediately after completing the review material.
The purpose of this HESI admission assessment is to help students determine if they are eligible for acceptance into the nursing program. The examination includes a variety of sections and each section must be reviewed carefully and fully before the examination can be passed. Review of the material required for the examination is important and should be taken seriously. If you need more assistance with your nursing education or have questions about the nature of the examination to ask for help from a guidance counselor.
During the review period, the nursing education section includes a written test, a critical review session and a skill-testing section. The exam content consists of five parts. You must pass each section in order to successfully complete the examination. You must complete all five parts of the exam in order to successfully complete the HESI admission.
There are many options available to you when you decide to take the exam. You can take the exam at a testing centre closest to you. You can also choose to take the exam online. No matter what option you choose to take the exam you must read the directions carefully and follow the exact directions for taking the exam and scoring points.
You must be aware of the rules for taking and scoring points on the exam and complete all instructions completely. There are specific procedures to be followed when taking the exam. Failure to do so could lead to a denial of your request to proceed with your nursing program. There are no guarantees that you will pass the exam but if you are dedicated and follow the directions you may very well pass. It is important to have your work submitted to the institution, so they can keep track of your progress.