What is the Pre-Admission test, why do I have to take it, and how do I take it?
A. The Pre-Admission test is a proctored evaluation designed to assess the academic & personal readiness of prospective students for higher education in the health science fields. The subjects tested are as follows:
- Reading Comprehension
- Vocabulary & General Knowledge
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Learning Styles and Critical Thinking
B. Test scores of 75% or better in each area is acceptable. Scoring at an acceptable level on this test is an excellent predictor of your likelihood of doing well in your educational program. It has the added advantage remediation materials for areas where you do not score at the appropriate level to help you improve if you must retake the exam. If 75% or better is not achieved in each area, then the complete test must be re-taken at a later date.Test scores are good for one year.
C. Proctored exams are administered with testing oversight:
- The exams will be held at the School of Health Sciences Assessment Center on the Jordan Campus, room 053.
- Please contact the Health Sciences Assessment Center to take the test
If you don't pass the test, please sign up for remediation by following the directions on the following link: Adding HESI Testing and Remediation to your Evolve Account