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Reading Comprehension on the HESI A2

Written by kimmel52 on February 7, 2010 – 3:47 am

Dear Future Nursing Students;

Passing the Nursing Entrance Test the first time with high scores many be your only opportunity to get into nursing school. There is a tutorial that will help you pass the HESI A2, TEAS, and THE N.E.T. (Nursing Entrance Test). You can choose from individualized PDF subjects such as Math or Reading Comprehension, or the comprehensive Pass The N.E.T. book which contains over 450 pages of tests, tutorials and explanations on the following subjects; Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, English Grammar, Biology, Math, and Reading Comprehension.

Students who call me have very intense apprehension about taking the Nursing Entrance Test. I have spent many hours with students on the phone talking with them and helping to give them the confidence that they need to pass. Unfortunately they find my material after they have failed the NET the first or second time. This is a very important test. Let no one tell you different. Therefore the student needs the most up to date and comprehensive materials to help them PASS the First Time. As a professor, nurse, and author, I have spent many years developing The Nursing Entrance Tutorial material in an easy to understand fashion. I feel so bad for students who are given a small book to study that does not even prepare them for what is on the test. Students must be very careful what they choose to be their study guide. I have lectured on the steps to Pass The NET in Michigan and have tutored many nursing pre nursing students to success. I am in your corner. Please see some of the content regarding the PDF books below;

Reading Comprehension for the NET, HESI, HESI A2 and The TEAS, over 140 pages of topics, passages, tutorials, tests and detailed answers with explanations.
The Pass The NET Reading Comprehension Section in PDF; the Student will be able to…
1. Analyze the passage and determine the Authors point of view.
2. Recognize the key words whose meaning reflects the passages points.
3. Find the main concept or subject.
4. Identify proofs of concepts
5. Illustrate subjective points.
6. Integrate all information
7. Formulate the correct idea that the author is trying to convey.
8. Build reading comprehension skills
9. Develop their critical thinking skills (This is a must for Nursing School)
The Methods that the student will use to achieve the above goals are the following;
10. Practice answering questions on many scientifically based passages in such topics as Biology, Nursing, and Psychology.
11. Questions and tests at the end of each passage.
12. Complete explanations, not just answers.
13. Workbook spaces to answer questions posed after several sentences.


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The Math on the N.E.T.

Written by kimmel52 on January 31, 2010 – 3:40 am

Pass The Nursing Entrance Test, The First Time! Helps prepare students better than the actual study guides for the HESI, The N.E.T. and The TEAS, much more comprehensive.

The NET ( Nursing Entrance Test ) is a computer based test consisting of six parts: math skills, reading comprehension, test taking skills, stress level, social interaction, and learning style. All six parts must be completed in order to receive scores and be considered for admission in a nursing school. The products below will help you achieve your dream of becoming a nurse. As a BONUS we will include FREE with any order a copy of the Kimmel Guide – The Easy Guide to Accredited Degrees Through Correspondence. Products offered and written by the U.S. leading authority in helping students prepare for The Nursing Entrance Test, Nancy Kimmel R.N. Ph.D
As a math instructor at Henry Ford Community College, I have seen the difficulties that students have with the math basics. In this tutorial I incorporate the same teaching methods used in a classroom setting. It is like having a math teacher in your living room.
Pass The N.E.T. Math Review Includes over 200 pages of tutorials, questions and answers. Available in PDF format, can be immediately downloaded upon purchase by clicking on a secure link sent by email.
Topics Covered Include;
1. Addition and subtraction of fractions
2. Multiplication and division of fractions
3. Powers of ten
4. Word problems
5. Ratio and Proportions
6. Solving for “X”
7. Decimals and percentages
8. Dividing by decimals
9. Multiplication of decimals
10. Exponential division, multiplication, addition and subtraction
11. Algebraic factoring
12. Geometry
13. Angles
14. Equations of lines

All explanations are included with detailed solving methods to assist the student in taking the HESI, TEAS, or the N.E.T. quickly and proficiently.

Many students are not sufficiently prepared for the math section. They tend to take too much time on one problem. The methods that you will learn with this tutorial are similar to those that I teach my students to use. Analysis and critical thinking are some of the concepts that you will be able to apply when using this guide.


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HESI Reading Comprehension Example Passage

Written by kimmel52 on December 9, 2009 – 6:47 pm

Whether you are getting ready to tes for the NURSING ENTRANCE EXAM, THE TEAS-ATT, OR THE HESI, most likely you will have to take a reading comprehension exam. Don’t let these reading comprehension exams fool you into thinking that you do not have to study. Actually, the most important one thing that you can do to ensure that you pass the NURSING ENTRANCE TEST is to study. But find the right material is still another problem. At the Nurses Learning Center students can find all of their testing needs in an online tutorials with over 1300 questions, answers, tests, and tutorials covering subjects such as Reading Comprehension, math, chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology and English Grammar. Below is a reading comprehension passage. The student is asked to read the passage within ten minutes and answer the questions that come afterward. The online tests at the Nurses Learning Center are written to help students pass the NURSING ENTRANCE EXAM the first time.
Childhood Obesity in Society Today
By Nancy Kimmel R.N., 01/09/2009

The media constantly bombards children with mixed messages on a daily basis. On one hand, children see advertisements that tell them to eat candy, sugary sweets, starchy and fattening foods and drinks, while on the other hand their entertainment peers are svelte and skinny. Children also face pressure from their peers at school, dictating styles, behavior, how to act, dress and what body size is considered acceptable. While parents are trying their best to earn a living many make amends for the time they don’t get to spend with their children by indulging their weakness for sweets, candy and starches. Hence the child is placed in a vicious cycle that they are unable to escape, and obesity ensues. Parents, teachers as well as the media need to take notice of this spiraling epidemic of childhood obesity. While research has made some progress in elucidating the so called “fat gene”, the hard truth is that we as a society must change first before we can make a difference in our children’s eating habits. Read more »


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Nursing Entrance Test, Math Calculations

Written by kimmel52 on February 21, 2009 – 3:14 am

Learn how to solve medication calculations correctly every time.

Medication calculations, hate them, right? 
You probably wouldn’t think that you would have to know how to do medication calculations on the NURSING ENTRANCE TEST.  You don’t have to fear medication calculations.  There are indeed problems on the N.E.T. that are medication calculations. The only thing different from regular math problems and a medication calculation is what type of formula to use. At the Nurses Learning Center the student can study online computerized tests and track their scores. They even get feed back on their answers and can see the entire equations solved right before their eyes. Learning math will not seem as difficult when practice problems are presented in an integrated learning environment such as the NET Tutorial provides. It seems as if there are no two teachers that explain the math the same way.  Don’t forget the stress associated with the tests.  You only get two to three chances and you are out of the program if you don’t pass.  Below you will find some sample medication calculation questions solved using dimensional analysis. If you can get a handle on using this technique you will sail through the hardest test.   Take a look at some of the examples below the product plug and Good Luck. 4. The order reads for digoxin 0.5mg po. Available to the nurse is digoxin 0.25 mg/tablet. The nurse would
administer how many tablets?
5. The order is for Bactrim 0.5G po. Available to the nurse is Bactrim 250mg/tablet. The nurse would
administer how many tablets?
6. The physician orders propanolol (Inderal) 80 mg po daily. Available to the nurse is Inderal 20 mg/tablet.
The nurse would administer how many tablets?
7. The physician orders alprazolom (Xanax) 0.25 mg. Available to the nurse is alprazolom 0.5 mg/tablet. The
nurse would administer how many tablets?
8. The order is for risperidone (Risperdal) 1 mg po daily. Available to the nurse is risperidone 0.5 mg/ tablet.
The nurse would administer how many tablets?

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Medication Calculation

1. The doctor’s order reads, give Tylenol® grains X every 4 hours prn for pain. This amount is equal to which of the following?

A. 365mg

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