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So the inevitable procrastination bug hit me after school and now there is only a week left for me to study for the NAPLEX.

Finally opened the RxPrep textbook but besides math, HIV, and oncology, what other sections are recommended to study? Should I just start doing practice questions? I feel pretty confident in the key disease states from school like diabetes, CVD, asthma/COPD. But are there a lot of compounding, and other random things on there?

Just wondering what other people did to cram for the exam
 

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So the inevitable procrastination bug hit me after school and now there is only a week left for me to study for the NAPLEX.

Finally opened the RxPrep textbook but besides math, HIV, and oncology, what other sections are recommended to study? Should I just start doing practice questions? I feel pretty confident in the key disease states from school like diabetes, CVD, asthma/COPD. But are there a lot of compounding, and other random things on there?

Just wondering what other people did to cram for the exam

Pre-Naplex. Enough said.
 

Alex_PharmD

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Just do practice questions from rxprep. If you're not getting at least 75-80% correct, take it on a later date.
Nobody is getting 75-80% the standards you people set is laughable and nobody is about to do all the rxprep questions especially within 1 week!
 

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Nobody is getting 75-80% the standards you people set is laughable and nobody is about to do all the rxprep questions especially within 1 week!
I didn't say do every single chapter for the online quizzes. Even I didn't do many of the chapters and I didn't take NAPLEX right away and took my time studying. Obviously do the main subjects like biostats, ID, compounding, math, CV. I'm sorry if that wasn't obvious to you. Also, 75% isn't laughable and fairly easy to attain.
 
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