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This section of the exam can be very difficult as it tests challenging topics to comprehend as well as crunching students for time.
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HESI Physics Practice Test
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A series circuit has 3 resistors of 10 ohms, 20 ohms, and 35 ohms. What is the total current in the circuit if the voltage is 120 V?
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How much momentum does a car have if its mass is 1365 kilograms and its velocity is 40 m/s east?
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If a surfer travels at a constant velocity of 20 m/sec for 50 seconds, how far will the surfer have traveled?
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An isotope is an element with the same atomic number but a different number of
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If a red ball is dropped from a 50foot tall building at the same time an identical blue ball is thrown horizontally from the top of the same building, which one will hit the ground first?
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What is the current in a circuit with 120 volts and a resistance of 40 ohms?
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Water displacement is a method used to determine the volume of oddly shaped objects. A small metal figure that is 6 cm tall with a mass of 20 grams is placed in a graduated cylinder.
If the water displacement is 14 mL, what is the density of the figure?
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8. Question
If light strikes a mirror at a 45degree angle of incidence, what is the angle of reflection?
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9. Question
An atom like sodium becomes positively charged by which of these?
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If a bicycle tire turning at 15 revolutions/second increases to 30 revolutions/second in 20 seconds, what is the tire’s angular acceleration?
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Newtons are units of force measured in
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Newton’s third law describes the relationship between
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Newton’s first law describes _____
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What is the velocity of a car that travels 100 meters east in a time of 20 seconds?
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What type of common device changes chemical energy into electrical energy?
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HESI Physics Overview
In total, there are 10 sections tested on the HESI exam. It is very rare that someone has to take all 10 sections.
HESI physics is not the most common section given, but some schools and institutions do require their students to take it.
There are 25 questions on the HESI physics section, and you will have 50 minutes to answer these questions.
Some topics you may be tested on could include:
 Rotation
 Gravity
 Newton’s Laws
 Acceleration
 Friction
 Waves and Sound
 Light
 Optics
If you struggle with concepts like those, consider using our HESI prep course to learn them.
HESI Physics  Key Takeaways 

Total Questions  25 
Total Scored Questions  25 
Time Limit  50 Minutes 
Time to Spend Per Question  120 Seconds 
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