Rxprep Course Book Book
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ISBN : 1514705192
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The PASS-NAPLEX course book is the study guide for pharmacy graduates preparing for the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination. The content of this book is the product of NAPLEX Blueprint ONLY. No extra material will be added to waste your time. Students who did not pass the NAPLEX exam not because they did not study, but because they over study. Let keep in mind that this is an entry level cumulative test. This is the Cliffs Notes to the exam. The focus of the PASS-NAPLEX text is to pass the exam with little effort. For the past two decades, not one of my students under my direction at the hospitals have failed the exam and I intended to keep it that way for the next two decades. There are two volumes to the course. The volume one contains 38 topics, one of which focuses on the cardiovascular topic. The volume two contains 21 topics, one of which focuses on the anti-infective topic. For each topic, it is separated into three sections. The first section shows the correlation between the drug mechanism of action to its adverse side effects and patient consultation. The second section groups all drugs dosage together for comparison because in practice, evaluate drug dosage is one of the pharmacist major responsibility. The third section is the review of the pathophysiology of the topic. Information required as a competent entry level pharmacist will be highlighted and underlined. PASS-NAPLEX offers important information about the knowledge, judgment, and skills that are expected of an entry-level pharmacist. Thank you for buying the books!! Let take the test and then give your honest feedback. Passing the exam is the only thing that matter. My challenge to everyone who take the exam is to think difference and be difference! "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Albert Einstein Best of luck with the exam!