How to Master Pharmacology on The NCLEX Exam

One of the most challenging areas that most people have when it comes
down to preparing for their NCLEX exam is studying for pharmacology.

can become easy to be all over the place when studying this subject which
is why one of the keys to mastering pharmacology is organization. There are
six main areas that you need to know in order to master pharmacology.
Throughout this guide I will break down these sections as seen below so
you can understand how to master this category.
I. Drip Factors/conversion values
II. Drug Classifications/Side Effects
III. Drug Administration
IV. High Alert Medications
V. Parenteral Administration (RN)
VI. Food and Drug Interactions



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