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by Gary D. Hall

ePub Appleton  Lange Review of Pharmacy download
Author:
Gary D. Hall
ISBN13:
978-0071441056
ISBN:
0071441050
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Publisher:
Appleton & Lange (January 2004)
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Subcategory:
Medicine
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Gary Hall and Barry Reiss were professors at the Albany College of Pharmacy.

Pharmacy students’ choice – the book/cd-rom package that gets you ready for naplex® faster. Gary Hall and Barry Reiss were professors at the Albany College of Pharmacy.

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by Gary D. Hall & Barry S. Reiss. I used this book as a primary resource for my 3rd year shelf exam (with Blueprints as a fall-back. 77 MB·229 Downloads·New! I used this book as a primary resource for my 3rd year shelf exam (with Blueprints as a fall-back.

Gary Hall and and Barry Reiss were professors at the Albany College of Pharmacy.

ISBN 13: 9780071241915. Pharmacy students’ choice – the book/cd-rom package that gets you ready for naplex® faster. Gary Hall and and Barry Reiss were professors at the Albany College of Pharmacy. Hall, Barry S. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780071241915 (978-0-07-124191-5) Softcover, Appleton & Lange,U.

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  • The questions in this book might not necessarily be the same questions on the NAPLEX, but they get your mind in exam mode. My recommendation would be to use this book+Pharmacology (by Lippencott) and study for 2 months prior to your exam. Go through this book by section, answer the questions, and review ALL the wrong and right answers (they are provided). The questions are nicely organized and the CD was extremely helpful. If I had to the the "Boards" again, I would use this book to study. It provides a ton of useful information and the questions are very good. I highly recommend this book.

  • I purchased this along with other resources to help study for NAPLEX. This by far was the worst resource I purchased. I almost feel like it was written for studying pharmacy in a totally different country. Some of the test questions are ok but some just make no sense at all and have no application to the field at all.

    I recommend the Kaplan NAPLEX review instead, that was by far the BEST resource.

  • I've used this book while studying for my Boards in 2007. Now, being a licensed pharmacist, I recommend it to all my students. In particular, reviewing all the cases at the end of the book DO HELP tremendously in preparing yourself for the actual NAPLEX format questions.

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  • This book immediately gets into the nuts & bolts of the pharmacotherapeutics with cool questions plus amazing rationales. My advice? Study your school lecture notes & review this book at the same time and you'll be amazed at what you've achieved in a month's time.

  • Used this book to study for board exams. It has some great information that I wouldn't have thought of myself. Book came on time and very helpful

  • This book is great for quizzing you so you know what subjects to brush up on. THe CD can also get you used to the CAT format. But having taken the NAPLEX after using this book and several others, you will never see these questions on the NAPLEX. The chances of seeing the same question is almost zilch. Its better to know your key subjects well (HTN, DM, HIV, etc) then learn facts here and there about everything. That's what this book does for you. Its a compilation of specific questions. I recommend a review book such as APHA's Comprehensive Pharmacy Review, or Kaplans Naplex review instead.

  • This book is great for figuring out what topics you need to work on. I would recommend using this book and the CD-ROM first, and then using your class notes, APHA or Kaplan book to work on your weaknesses. The NAPLEX changed in 2005. This book may have been enough back then, but not anymore. STUDY TIPS: All you need is a month or less. Make sure you study brand-generics, calculations, HIV, chemo, and all major disease states (DM, HTN, etc...). The test was more hospital based than I expected, so review your rotation binders. I used this and the Kaplan book and I passed easily. Good luck!