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The registration assessment: articles and tips

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The final countdown to the registration assessment is on. I hope your revision is going well and you’re feeling confident, if nervous.

Tagged BNF

Tagging your BNF efficiently can help you in the assessment

For some last-minute tips and advice for how to prepare for the exam and what to do on the day itself, check out this article, which reminds you that highlighters and Post-it notes are not permitted in the exam room and suggests how to tag your BNF efficiently.

More tips on tagging your BNF and other revision advice can be found here.

If you would like the opportunity to test your knowledge and discover your weaker areas — useful for some cramming — visit the ONtrack website. A review of the website can be found here.

Pharmacist Ayla Atalar passed her registration exam in June last year. This blog post describes how she was feeling with one week to go, and explains how she was planning to revise. 

If you have any strategies or advice you think might be useful to others, please do share them below. Otherwise, don’t put too much pressure on yourself and try to stay calm. I wish you the very best of luck.

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  • Good article. Its great to have some study advice and guidelines for pre reg pharmacists. Theres also a dedicated pre reg section at the pharmacy forum http://www.pharmacy-forum.co.uk/pre-reg-forum/ . With over 20,000 posts in this section alone, sharing experiences is extremely popular and key to professional development.

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