I took RXprep course last year, while I was doing my internship. It is a good one. But i am not sure about Prontopass.During Rxprep they provided us a book which contains short notes on each topics for NAPLEX and it has a lot of patient counseling tips. In my opinion at least read the entire book APHA once then only if you want you can go for RXPREP course .Because PXPREP is good but that is not sufficient to pass . RXprep in addition to APHA not substitution.
You really don't need rxprep or prontopass... just make sure you know patient counseling points, side effects, storage (refrigerate/not), iv diluents, auxiliary labels, and the law esp. out of state handling of controlled substance prescriptions... the cpje for the most part is easier than the naplex. Just make sure you read the questions carefully. Most questions you can narrow the answer down to two choices just make sure to use common sense.
Passnaplexnow video is very very good for the review. When using it, u most likely do not need any book. Even when u re exhausted and out of this world, u can be playing the video and u can grasp one or 2 things in your stupor state. Talking from experience.
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