Problem-solving is a crucial required capability to pass your pharmacy practice licensing exam. The nature of the problems could be clinical, ethical, related to jurisprudence, communication or other aspects of the pharmacy practice. You need to work on different fields of problems and case studies during your pharmacy practice exam preparation. Cover all different fields of the pharmacy practice.
In clinical cases, your professional judgment and recommendations to the patients are vital, given the patients’ safety, wellbeing and treatment progress. The accuracy of the information you provide to your patients is important. But remember that all the required clinical and therapeutic information are available through the exam’s official textbooks and additionally, you have applied them before in your pharmacy practice career. So you can succeed by working on available sample cases, studying textbooks and applying your knowledge as well as experience. What you need is practice, practice and practice.