Studying for Naplex

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Polostyln

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Hi everyone,

I am going to be taking the Naplex next month, I am studying from the Rxprep book 2013. I am worried about the calculations. Are the calculations rxprep good enough or should I focus on the 120 sdn calculations from 2006? Please let me know. Thanks
 

RxpatxR

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Calculations was a weak point for me as well. I did the rx prep section twice, and the 120 calcs twice as well ( it was very helpful- you won't see the same difficulty level, but you'll be able to get through the questions they ask efficiently because you'll know how to manipulate the key equations).
 

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Calculations on Naplex are a little harder and more complicated than Rxprep.

But if you have a good understanding of the concepts of the math...you should be able to do it without too much problem/logical thinking.

I did fine on the math and I didn't do SDN 120 questions.
 

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Hi everyone!
i recent;y joined this forum and hoping that it would prove to be beneficial for me to get prepared for NAPLEX. I am oversea Pharmacist i have to work hard cux i ma out of touch of my Pharmacy studies from last 2 years i did MPH...can anybody guide me which study material would be helpful for me as i dont want to indulge maself in too many books i need one and comprehensive hanbook to study and get through the exam... i was ver weak in calculations are these 2006 Calc problem calculation would be sufficient for me?...please guide me
 

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I was fine with RxPrep's 2013 book and online question bank.

RxPrep's calculations chapter was sufficient for me personally, but SDN's 120 questions seem to be quite popular as a study tool.
 
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