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Does anyone have any idea on how to study for pharm for NCLEX? I am having big...
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The most-effective method is to use an old-school technology: flashcards.
Kaplan has a set, although it has received mostly negative reviews from a small sample-size of amazon.com customers. See the first link below.
Although perhaps too time-consuming, you could make your own set. You would learn as you write out the cards and then use the cards to review drug names and to identify and concentrate on the ones that are giving you trouble.
Posted by urthona on September 8, 2008 at 11:55 PM (Answer #1)
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