Book Title: Pharmacy Law Simplified North Carolina MPJE Study Guide for 2017-2018
Publisher: Heckman Media
Author: David A Heckman PharmD
It is my pleasure to introduce the Pharmacy Law Simplified North Carolina MPJE® Study Guide for 2017 – 2018!
You need to prepare for the MPJE® as quickly and effectively as possible. Period. As a pharmacist who has taken (and passed) several state pharmacy law exams, I understand your plight. Detailed and thorough, yet easy to digest, Pharmacy Law Simplified
provides an up-to-date review of key points from the North Carolina pharmacy laws, rules and regulations using a question-and-answer format to facilitate easy understanding and quick learning. Included in each book, you will also receive an excellent 25-page federal pharmacy law review. The perfect balance between detail and brevity, this study guide will become your best friend in the final weeks and days leading up to the exam.
Advice from someone who knows: Do not wait until the last minute to purchase an MPJE® study guide. Here is the typical scenario… Students schedule the NAPLEX® first and the MPJE® second. This is logical. It makes sense to get the larger, more difficult exam out of the way first. So, what is the problem? Well, after going through several years of pharmacy school and then the distressing experience of taking the NAPLEX®, most students are running on fumes by the time they start preparing for the MPJE®. Very few people predict how severe the post-NAPLEX® burnout will be. Most assume they will be able to find the energy and motivation to tackle the MPJE® alone. After a week or two of struggling, and within a few days of the MPJE®, they begin to feel uneasy and realize time is running out. With just a few days left, they go searching for a study guide. I even had one person contact me at home, asking me to ship a study guide overnight because he was scheduled to take the MPJE® in two days and wasn’t prepared! The moral of the story – be proactive and buy your study guide in advance. Otherwise, by the time you realize you need help, it may be too late. Good luck!