Appleton and Lange Review of Pharmacy / Edition 8

Appleton and Lange Review of Pharmacy / Edition 8

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by Gary D. Hall, Barry S. Reiss, Barry Reiss
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071425438

ISBN-13: 9780071425438

Pub. Date: 03/23/2004

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

The best-selling question and answer pharmacy review book! Includes over 1,500 NAPLEX® exam-style questions with concise answers and explanations, 30 “Patient Medication Profiles” (cases), and a CD-ROM with a practice test, including Q&A and cases not found in the book.

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

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The best-selling question and answer pharmacy review book! Includes over 1,500 NAPLEX® exam-style questions with concise answers and explanations, 30 “Patient Medication Profiles” (cases), and a CD-ROM with a practice test, including Q&A and cases not found in the book.

Gary Hall and Barry Reiss were professors at the Albany College of Pharmacy. For many years they also operated their own company offering review courses for the NAPLEX®, a company now part of Kaplan. They continue to be active in teaching review courses.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071425438
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
03/23/2004
Series:
LANGE USMLE Road Maps Ser.
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
7.98(w) x 11.06(h) x 0.75(d)

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Appleton and Lange Review of Pharmacy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I've been out of school for 14 years and erroneously believed the NAPLEX was more clinical than it was 14 years ago. I just took it in July 2005 and I can NOT believe how basic the questions are!!! This book can give you a good idea of your areas of weakness. The few 'clinical' questions on the NAPLEX were so elementry, I can't believe I wasted all that time and money on APHA's plus Appleton & Lange pharmacy review questions books as well as Kaplan's q-bank questions. I've been specializing in oncology for the past few years and I was not familiar with any of the new drugs on the market. Of the over 2000+ 'test' questions between all 3 study aids, there were about 5 in my NAPLEX. I do a lot of calculations in my area of practice so I guess the study aids can help those who need help in pharmacy math. There were quite a few calculations in the 'clinical' part. If I had taken this test last year without 'studying', I believe I would had done just as well. If you were awake while practicing or in school...the NAPLEX is a piece of cake. There were quite a few 120+ scores. I wish someone would told me not to waste my time/money on these study aids.