HESI Anatomy and Physiology Practice Test

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Use our HESI anatomy and physiology practice test below to help study for your exam. This portion of the exam is very challenging for students.

You will find questions that cover the different topics you are tested on below.

Summary: Take our HESI A2 anatomy and physiology practice test to prepare. If you want to practice other subjects, visit our HESI review questions home.

HESI Anatomy and Physiology Practice Test

We have included 3 practice tests for you to use below. These exams can be used in conjunction with any study guide of your choosing.

Make sure you are reviewing the answer explanations at the end of each exam. These answer explanations will help you better understand complex concepts.


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To practice other sections of the exam, visit our free HESI A2 practice home.

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HESI Anatomy and Physiology Overview

The anatomy and physiology portion of the HESI A2 exam is 1 of 8 sections you may be required to take. This portion of the exam includes:

  • 30 total questions
  • 25 minutes to complete

The 30 questions will cover multiple topics. Some topics you can expect to be tested on include:

  • Planes and Terms of Direction
  • Skeletal System
  • Muscular System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Immune and Lymphatic Systems
  • Endocrine System
  • Nervous System
  • Body Senses
  • Reproductive System

HESI Anatomy and Physiology Overview
If you feel comfortable with anatomy and physiology, and want to practice other sections, visit our free HESI test home.

HESI Anatomy and Physiology FAQs

There are 30 total questions on the anatomy and physiology portion of the exam.

You will have 25 minutes to complete this section. That breaks down to about 50 seconds per question if you want to keep pace.

Technically, there is not a set passing score. Each program or institution will set their own standards. However, most programs will want to see scores above the 70-75% range.

Jan Olson
Dr. Jan Olson has her Bachelor's degree in nursing, Master's degree in nursing, and Doctorate in nursing.