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Welcome to the HESI A2 RETEST Registration Page
Please read all information before you register for this exam.
Welcome to PVAMU Test Registration. Please read the following information BEFORE you sign up for this exam:
This form is for students who are RE-TAKING the HESI A2 exam. (1 or more parts)
You are still responsible for meeting the following guidelines set forth by the PVAMU College of Nursing: 
  • Have a TSI Status on file as complete
  • GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Have completed: A&P I (required) AND A&P II (preferred)
  • You MUST not have taken this exam in the last 30 days. If you register for the exam and we learn that you have tested, your score will not be used for admission into the PVAMU College of Nursing
  • PVAMU College of Nursing does not accept students who have taken the HESI more than 2 times
  • Have completed the HESI A2 RETEST Form and had it signed by the Pre-Nursing Advisor. (This applies to PVAMU Pre-Nursing majors and current PVAMU students only. Transfer students do not need pre-approval)
If you have not met these requirements, please do not fill out this form! Call us at 936-261-3699, email us at aetesting@pvamu.edu or view the requirements:
  • Must have a completed admissions application submitted to PVAMU
  • Create an accout at http://hesiinet.com
DO NOT SIGN UP AND PAY IF YOU HAVE NOT MET THE REQUIREMENTS ABOVE. If you sign up for an exam that you are not eligible to take, you WILL NOT receive a refund.  It is your responsibility to ensure that you are signed up for the correct exam.

This document serves to inform students utilizing the Prairie View A&M University Departmnet of Testing policy on cheating and the repercussions of such actions.

Part I:
PVAMU has set forth a policy regarding academic dishonesty.

The university and its official representatives may initiate disciplinary proceedings against a student accused of any form of academic dishonesty including, but not limited to, cheating, plagiarism and collusion. Cheating or plagiarism in any degree will not be tolerated by Prairie View A&M University and will result in NO LESS that immediate dismissal from the examination in question. Further proceedings to have the violator suspended from class and/or from the college may be initiated through the current policy of the university on grievances.

a. Copying from another student’s test paper, laboratory report or other report, or computer files, data listings and/or programs.
b. Using materials during a test that are not authorized by the test administrator.
c. Collaborating with another person or persons during an examination or in preparing academic work without authorization.
d. Knowingly, and without authorization, using, buying, selling, stealing, soliciting, copying or possessing, in whole or in part, the contents of an un-administered test.
e. Substituting for another student, permitting any other person, or otherwise assisting any other person to substitute for oneself or for another student in the taking of an examination or the preparation of academic work to be submitted for academic credit.
f. Purchasing or otherwise acquiring and submitting as one’s work any research paper or writing assignment prepared by an individual or firm.
g. Accessing “other” data files during exams, quizzes or other computerized testing programs.

Part II:
The PVAMU Testing Center is monitored by two-way surveillance mirrors and proctors who periodically roam the room while testing. In addition to this security, all computer exams administered are remotely monitored from a central location where student desktops are available for viewing at all times. Your verbal and nonverbal actions, regardless of intention, will be observed and may be reported while present at the Testing Center.

You will be required to put all miscellaneous items including, but not limited to, purses, backpacks, notebooks, coats, hats, cell phones, pagers and textbooks in a pre-assigned locker. You may not access these items while taking your test. Cell phones, pagers and other electronic communication devices must be turned off prior to placing them in the locker. No baseball caps or “hoodies” may be worn in the testing center. If you need to take a jacket/sweater into the testing room, it must be inspected by testing personnel prior to entry into the testing center.

The PVAMU Testing Center will NOT tolerate cheating. Without exception, those suspected of cheating will be immediately dismissed from the Testing Center and the student will not be allowed to test until the cheating case against them has been resolved.

Part III:
If you are caught cheating, your punishment will be decided by the Associate Director of University College. You will be notified via e-mail once the decision has been made. You may appeal the decision to the Director of University College within ten (10) business days from the receipt of the letter.

Please note that your case may be forwarded to the office of your specific major and the Office of Student Conduct for further review.