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MPJE NAPLEX Exam Preparation Tips

MPJE Exam Tips:

Always try analyzing the question and understand the author's intension in asking the question. Majority of the MPJE questions are framed keeping patient safety in mind and correct answer will steer you towards highest degree of patient safety.

Robust study skills, including time management and organizational skills, are vital for success in the MPJE Exam. Study isn't just for the night before an assignment's due or the night before an exam.

It's never too early - or too late - to develop decent study habits. Making a study plan sooner and getting into a good study routine will pay off, the easier everything will be and the more your chances of getting succeeded on your first attempt.

We understand you have worked hard, spent years in completing your Pharmacy school and now getting your license is your ultimate goal. Succeeding in law exam requires concentrated study with right information and practice.

Here are our top tips for getting the most out of study.

1. Organize your study topics and time:

Develop a plan with of list of topics and date you like to complete reading the topic. As you complete reading the topics write down the date you completed reading, this will give you confidence when you look at the list at a later date.

You will almost certainly find some topics easier than others. You will also find that you have more to revise for some topics than others. Be realistic when you make the plan, it is always helpful to consider when and how long you plan to spend studying each day. How much time will you be able to manage each day? What other commitments do you have during your study period?

2. Start your revision early:

There is no substitute for starting early revision.

You need to give yourself enough time to review everything that you have studied, and make sure that you comprehend it (or to read round the subject or ask for help if you are struggling). Remember, last minute cramming is much less productive, and it gets stressful.

Ideally, review each topic as you go, and make sure to make important notes and you understand it fully as this will make revision much easier. Ultimately, the best tip is to study hard, know your topics, repeat and starting early is the best way to achieve this.

3. Take regular breaks:

Each person has their own way of studying but research shows that we cannot study steadily for more than 2 hours. In fact, it is very hard to study in a concentrated way for more than about an hour.

Each day is different, and you may find that some days you can do more, but mostly, one to one and a half hours is likely to be your limit before you need a break.

4. Keep It Fresh:

Studying for the MPJE exam is like learning a language. Reading, sticking to your prepared plan and revising just a little bit each day is vital to re-enforce what you have already studied as well as develop a solid study routine. Keep it fresh in your brain daily and you will retain much more information.

5. Study during the early hours of the day:

Research indicates human brain functions more in early hours of the day compared to later hours of the day. Difficult topics can be studied in the early hours of the day. The best time to study is in the morning itself. So, make sure you have enough sleep at night so that you can get up early and cover what's important. Sleeping is also very important if you are trying to get ready for a competitive exam.

6. Remember to mark key-topics:

Now what you should do is remember the key topics for MPJE exam. Keep in mind to highlight them whenever you are studying. The key topics are very important and will be needed when you are getting ready for an exam.

7. Practice, Practice, Practice...

Practicing sample answers to Practice exam questions can help train your brain to retrieve information. Create realistic, exam-like condition and test your understanding by using Practice Questions and Flash Cards.

8. Studying for Standardized Exams:

Practice to eliminate distractors in the answers. It's always easy to eliminate two options from the given answers and select the best answer from the remaining options. Standardized exams are not just a requirement for college anymore. The study habits you garnered throughout school will be extremely beneficial as you prepare for these important exams. Your skills will help you prepare, concentrate, become motivated and best possible scores are possible by reviewing flashcards, reading study guides, and answering practice questions.

9. Motivate yourself:

As you prepare for the licensing exams it's very important to motivate yourself. Think of years you spent working hard to get to this point. You have come to this point of taking this exam you can achieve this. Imagine yourself passing this exam and practicing as Pharmacist in your desired Pharmacy setting. If you are not motivated and have a poor attitude, your study session will not be very productive. You got it and you can do it!!

Good luck!

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