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NAPLEX REVIEW GUIDES: Which one does the best job?

Discussion in 'Pharmacy Licensure and Exams' started by Motiv8, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. Motiv8

    Motiv8 Pharm.D., RPH

    Apr 9, 2003
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    HI I am just about to take the NAPLEX in a couple of months. Does anyone have any recommendations on which guides are worthwhile? I have the APHA book, which is pretty good, but I've heard that it is at times too straightforward in contrast to the real NAPLEX....

    Surely, there's got to be others..that maybe more effective..

    Anyone have any experience with www.pharmacyexam.com

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  3. dgroulx

    dgroulx Night Pharmacist

    Jan 10, 2003
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    Yesterday, a pharmacist told us to take your study guide and color over the incorrect answers with a black sharpie. He said it's best not to ever look at the wrong answers.

    I didn't buy a book. Since I'm going retail, my review classes are paid for. Three days of drugs and one day of law.
  4. symba107

    May 10, 2007
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    As a pharmacist and preceptor, I recommend the Comprehensive review. Focus on the calculations, oncology, cystic fibrosis, and fiber myalgia. The Naplex has evolved from brand= what generic to a more clinical test. The typical common disease states (DM, MI, CHF, Thyroid, and Asthma) are a given and you should know them pretty well after going through your academic rotations. Calculations can be anywhere from 1/4 of the test to a 1/3. You should know most of the recent studies (the big ones) and JNC 7. Hope this helps!!

    Hook'em horns!!!!

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