Dr. Jan Olson By: Dr. Jan Olson
HESI A2 Physics Practice Test

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Use our HESI physics practice test to help study for the physics portion of your HESI exam.

Our practice questions will quiz you on topics and concepts that are tested on the actual exam.

Summary: Take our free HESI physics practice test below. For help with other subjects, visit our HESI A2 practice tests home.

Take one of our practice tests listed below. Each exam includes detailed answer explanations that you can find at the end of each exam.

Make sure to utilize those answer explanations as they will help you better understand complex concepts.

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You can practice other sections of the exam by visiting our HESI exam practice home.

Learn more about HESI scores and what is a good score with our complete guide.

The physics section of the exam is 1 of 8 potential sections you may be given when taking the HESI test

This section is not one of the more common sections given. However, if you are required to take it, you can expect the following:

  • 25 total questions
  • 50 minutes to complete

The 25 questions will review topics like:

  • Motion
  • Acceleration
  • Newton’s Laws
  • Friction
  • Rotation
  • Energy
  • Light
  • Waves and Sounds
  • Optics
  • Atomic Structure

HESI Physics Overview

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If you are at peace with the physics section, you can begin studying for other sections with our HESI practice questions.

How many questions are on the physics exam for the HESI?

There will be 25 total questions.

How long is the HESI physics section?

You will have 50 total minutes to complete this section. You will need to spend less than 2 minutes per question to keep pace on this section.

Is there a set passing score for HESI physics?

No, there is not a universal passing score. Each program will determine their own passing scores. Typically, schools like to see you above the 70-75% threshold.