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Avoiding “HESI-tancy” in the HESI Examination

By Aly Sicat If you are currently a pre-nursing student (or are thinking about becoming one), you’ve probably heard whispers and rumors about the new entrance exam. The HESI A2 examination stands for Heath Education Systems Incorporated Admissions Assessment and … Continue reading

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Color-Coding for Synthesis in Core Humanities

By Angelo Sisante I like to know where things are in my house, in my backpack, and most importantly, in my books. Our lives are cluttered enough with work, school, and social endeavors to find that one pertinent fact. We … Continue reading

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Reading Strategies: 24 Questions to Improve Understanding

By Logan Miller One of the larger impacts on our writing as students is how we go about reading the texts we’re assigned in classes. It is simple to suggest that actually doing our assigned reading is critical; however, effective, … Continue reading

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