If you have specific questions please PM me or leave a message in here with your email and I will get back to you. Couple of questions about the ear and eye, know the basics of each of these organs and you will be fine.
It was extremely easy and the math was very very basic. These questions also happen to be the ones I got wrong. I had 4 hours and only used about 2. Basic heart anatomy needs to be focused on. Highly recommend you use these tests. I would brush up on basic roman numerals from the Elsevier guide and know military time.
Third type of question "Pick the word or phrase used incorrectly in the sentence. Several questions about the endocrine system. The questions were of varying form and multiple choice. There were several questions about the nervous system which I consider to be a weak area for myself.
The answers are also well explained. I did well beyond that. Choose the word or phrase that makes this sentence grammatically correct.
I broke out my old anatomy text book for more in depth knowledge about certain things like hormones and heart anatomy.
IE "Where is X muscle located. Basically just like you would expect, it has you read a paragraph and answer questions about it. It is divided up into each system and has between questions for each system.
The idea of the questions are like this "What gland secretes X hormone? And I was provided with scratch dry erase board and a calculator. One problem I will note though is that I am a smoker and as far as I know there are no smoke breaks allowed. I think you get 1 hour per section you have to take.
This was my lowest score on the test, but it was also the fewest questions at 30, while all other sections were The examples were of the same from as I saw on the test. Overall I had plenty of time for the test. IE "What type of joint is X" Just know the basic joints for this type question.
Websites I found particularly helpful - https:So I just finished my HESI A2 test. I had to take the grammar, reading comp, math and A&P sections.
So after hours of answering questions and no smoke my brain was pretty fried. no one owns a copyright to human anatomy and physiology. Anatomy and physiology is the study of the human body and includes the human skeleton, bones, joints, muscles, energy systems, heart and lungs.
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