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The Most-Tested Topics of the HESI A2 nursing entrance exam

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The Most-Tested Topics of the HESI A2 nursing entrance exam

How do I study for the HESI? There are several different topics the HESI nursing entrance exam will cover. What’s important to remember is that it is more of a foundational exam than minute details. We have broken down each section into general concepts. These topics are almost ALWAYS asked on the HESI Exam. We recommend you look up each vocabulary word or concept and look up the chapter summary of each theory. How Do I Know Which Subjects To Study For The HESI? For example, if you see Body Planes, look up the body planes chapter of your anatomy textbook...

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Identifying Author's Tone/Purpose in HESI A2 Reading Comprehension Test Questions

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Identifying Author's Tone/Purpose in HESI A2 Reading Comprehension Test Questions

1. You should play the piano. 2. Why don't you play the piano? 3. Only smart people play the piano. Each sentence has a different tone. One sounds like a command, the other is a gentle persuasion, and the last one has a more aggressive tone. When you're taking the HESI A2 reading comprehension section, one of the five different kinds of questions you will be the ability to identify the author's tone and purpose. Here are some ways on how to identify what the author is saying, and how they are saying it. Author’s Tone & Purpose What is author’s tone? Author’s...

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How To Figure Out The Main Idea for HESI A2 Reading Comprehension

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How To Figure Out The Main Idea for HESI A2 Reading Comprehension

There are five kinds of reading comprehension questions that you will encounter on the HESI nursing entrance exam. They include 1. finding main idea, 2. identifying supporting details, 3. identifying a writer's purpose/tone, 4. distinguishing between fact and opinion, and 5. making logical inferences. Today we will focus on the main idea of a story. Main Idea What is the “Main Idea”? The main idea is what the text is about and what the author wants you, the reader, to know. If someone were to ask you, “What was that book or article about?” they are asking you about the...

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