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  1. Please, any taking the NAPLEX soon or have taken the naplex already? How was it and how do you study for it? :)
  2. Hello Is there anyone that has registered to sit the October exam? Is there anyone who will be flying to the US from other countries, particularly the UK? How is everyone feeling due to the COVID19 situation, do you think they will cancel the exam? I would love to buddy up with someone to study or just to discuss and offer advice/help during this time!
  3. Hello all, I am looking for TOEFL iBT study partner. I am having my test date on June 25,2020. I have an upper intermediate level of proficiency in English. I need some help with my speaking section. .
  4. CINDY46

    HI !!

    HELLO !! I AM NEW IN URCh, I AM WAITING TO DO MY EXAM FPGEE. WHAT BOOK WOULD YOU RECOMMEND TO STUDY . I LIVING IN MIAMI:snowhuman:
  5. Hi there! I am a high school student who is been admitted by two fairly renowned b-schools (hkust and bocconi), and I am seriously considering the possibility of becoming a b-school professor in strategic management, which requires a Phd. To better prepare myself, I started learning the basics of the subject several months ago, but I've really no idea as to whether my method is appropriate or not: this is why I would like to ask for your kind help! I would like to list my learning approaches, and I was wondering if I might have your opinion on them. My current approach is to read undergraduate-level textbooks and the works/papers by the most authoritative figures in the field. I also write my understanding/insights and then aggregate them into my OneNote notes. I've used this approach for several months now, but somehow I think that I am really not doing enough: by doing this, all I can gain is probably an undergraduate-level understanding of strategic management, which is really far from enough. So I have been thinking about adopting another approach. I have been browsing prestigious/good b-schools' websites to find out their Phd curriculums for almost a day, and luckily, it seems like that Bocconi and Wharton were generous enough to publish their Phd curriculums in detail, specifying their materials used and so on (Bocconi: PhD IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT - Bocconi University Milan ; Wharton: PhD Course Descriptions - Management Department). Of course, the essence of a Phd education is discussion and exchange of ideas, not just some study materials. But my study options are really somehow limited, and I think the following will be my study plan: 1. Knowing the basics. I still need to learn the basics of the field, and I think I am going to do this by 1)reading some undergraduate-level textbooks and 2) following undergraduate/mba level curriculums published by Wharton. 2. Delving into the field. This phrase somehow troubles me. I have been able to find several good textbooks (e.g., "TheBehavior Foundations of Strategic Management," EconomicFoundations of Strategy," and the like). And I intend to use them in conjunction with the curriculums published by the two above-mentioned b-schools and the most widely cited papers/works. But really, is this a good way? Without proper guidance, I fear about losing myself in the immense field of strategic management. Would you say that this is a proper way to study phd-level strategic management concepts? What would you do differently? 3. Choosing a small topic on which to focus my study and hopefully produce some papers that are worth of being published by some journal. This is because I would like to apply for prestigious/good universities for my phd/masters study. Also, this is the ultimate purpose of all my study: to land a job as a professor at a good b-school, which necessitates publishing papers in well-regarded journals. However, I have really no idea whatsoever as to how to pick a small topic in the field. Some people on the Internet suggest that I should read the conferences documents released by the top management journals. Would you say that this is a good source? Might I know how do phd candidates and b-school professors find ideas/topics to write about? Thanks for your time and reading! Any advice will be highly appreciated!
  6. Hi I live in Seattle, WA and im looking for a NAPLEX partner. hopefully someone who is able to meet up and study with
  7. Could you suggest some websites for pharmacy study?
  8. Nis

    APRIL 2020 FPGEE

    Hello Anyone aiming to sit the April 2020 exam? Just confirmed the exam date is April 2nd. If so, would anyone like to buddy up and stay in contact. If there is an UK based pharmacists preferably in the north of England (Manchester area) that want to study together that would be great! Anyone who has just sat the October 2019 exam...any tips or helpful hints would be greatly appreciated :) Thank you :)
  9. Hi all, looking for study partner for TOEFL. Is someone interested?
  10. Hi, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Jose and I found this forum really useful since im thinking of taking the FPGEE by April of 2020. I graduated in 2008 in mexico with a degree in Quimico Farmacobiologo, which translated is Chemical Pharmaceutical Biologist. I moved to the US soon after and Im currently living in Phoenix Arizona. I haven't been able to work in the pharmacy field. but I'm currently employed in a hospital as a Medical Laboratory Scientist, and I've been thinking of becoming a Pharmacist. I know its been a while, but I think im able to do it. Im at the stage of getting all my paperwork from my university and sending it to ECE as well as studying for the test. I was wondering if someone could give me some information on what would be the best books and sources to study since a lot of previous posts were from years ago and they might be outdated. Also If anyone from Arizona knows of any preparation classes or someone willing to have study partner? Thanks!
  11. Greetings everyone who is looking for some info or personal experience on the FPGEE, i thought i would share and shed some light on it using a blog post. If you find it helpful you can always let me know in the comments or if you any further questions leave a comment I will respond as soon as possible to them. Cheers! Please find the info from the link below My journey from foreign grad to pharmacy intern
  12. Hi, I'm new here. I am a student from mainland China, majoring in international trade. I'll start my graduate life in a month, and I plan to further my study as a Econ Phd in U.S. Thank you for having me.
  13. Hello urch members, happy to be a part of this forum! Can anybody suggest about the most important FPGEE study materials need to buy or which books are most important to start study for the FPGEE. Thanks in advance!
  14. hello, looking for study partner for toefl, if intrested please reply. thanks
  15. Hi, I am planning to study for my Naplex which i am planning to give in fall 2019 and would like to study with a partner. If anyone interested let me know.
  16. Rania2015

    Fpgee

    I am agraduated pharmacist,I am planning to fpgee and, I need a study group to encourage me for that.
  17. Hi friends I am looking for a study partner for TOFEL to schedule and practice together and encourage each-other to study more serious. I am flexible with your time availability and your plan. Just need a serious partner to encourage me study hard. feel free to email me : marine7324@gmail.com best
  18. Hi, Anyone about to take Texas Mpje or just took it. What study guides/ resources do you have? Thanks
  19. Hiii guys!!! I am looking for a dedicated and hard-working study partner. I have uploaded my profile and working schedule on urch. If anyone of you is interested, do let me know. Thanks, Lavanya
  20. Hello, I am from Toronto and am looking for a study partner for OCT 2018 exams. Please message me Thank you
  21. I’m selling all materials urgent i have for fpgee including manan shroff study guide, apha 10th edition, pharmacology by lippincott 5th edition etc. and toefl preparation including all the 15 cd’s for reasonable price. Might not be taking the fpgee at the moment.
  22. Hi everyone!!! A few of my friends preparing for GRE exams have found study partner for themselves through urch and have scored great marks. If anyone of you is searching for a studypartner, you can join me as your studypartner, so do let me know. Thanks, lavanya
  23. Some people believe that college students should consider only their own talents and interests when choosing a field of study. Others believe that college students should base their choice of a field of study on the availability of jobs in that field. As the saying goes “Do what you love, and you’ll never work another day in your life”. Students should definitely choose a field they are interested in. If a student chooses a field that interests him and knows that field will complement his talent, he should without any doubt pursue it. It is not very often that a student chooses a field of study solely because of the availability of jobs in that field and performs exceptionally well, even though he was least interested in that field of study. It is very difficult to give your best when you choose a field that doesn’t interest you. And even though you choose a field keeping your interests aside, there is no guarantee that you will end up getting a job. As the competition in that field of study will be more and if you have not performed well in your college in that field, you may end up getting no jobs at all. Considering a student ends up getting a job in the field he was not very interested in, he may not get the joy working there and later ends up leaving the job for a job that brings him the peace of mind. One may question that in this day and age where money is so important in everyone’s life that we may end up compromising on our interests and go for the field that will, in the end, pay us more. So, the security that at the end of the course a student will have more opportunities to work and earn money can play a big role for many in deciding their field of study. One can pursue his interests like Painting, sketching, and football as his hobbies while working full time in an IT company or any other company for that matter, even though he was not interested in it at first. Sometimes, it a possibility that we are not interested in some field of study because we know very little about it in the beginning, but as we get to know more about it and go deeper and deeper into it we develop a liking towards it and end up doing well. Your field of study should only matter on what your interests are and how well that field complements your talent. Choosing a field that offers more job opportunities does not guarantee a job since you have to do exceptionally well in the field that you are least interested in to even get a shot at the job opportunity. As there is a risk involved in taking the field in which a student is not interested in, he should definitely go for something he is interested in and not compromise his talents.
  24. Hi everyone! My name is Inga, I’m a pharmacist from Ukraine.I’m looking for study partner or group of people in passing FPGEE exam. I live in New York and I would like to be well prepared for the exam by October 2,2018
  25. Hi, Anyone preparing for Ny MPJE? any helpful tips/resources? Thank you
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