Is D Pharm difficult


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I just wanted to check out how pharma is doing at other universities.
Eat more seat tickets or more according to the motto "Only-if-I-can-do-Goodman / Gilman-by-heart-do-I-have-the-breath-of-a-chance"

So I find it hard. But whether this is due to the university or whether I get this knowledge of tables just through constant learning, I cannot judge that. The fact is that there is no seat ticket here (there doesn't seem to be anything like that in MD, not even in professional field exploration), but we all have to write 3 exams. And if you don't want to fail, you should learn a lot for that. In the end I only drew the Karrow / Lang (fantastic book) into it, but it worked out at least in the first exam a few weeks ago. But the impression of difficulty may also be based on the fact that the lectures are yawning boring (at least when I was still doing that to myself ;-)), because just one table replaces the other): -sleppy) and the GK is definitely not enough .

Pharma is HARD in Munich. Two-semester lecture with a final exam. But she washed herself!

It doesn't matter whether you attend the lecture or not, in many areas even the blackest coffee doesn't help. Valium turned into a lecture, so to speak.

Writing pharmaceuticals here at least twice is almost a good form!

However, you have to defuse the whole thing a little: It is not so much because the most common and state examination-relevant pharmaceutical knowledge is SOOO incredibly difficult to get into the skull - it may not be fun, but it is still possible - it is more because of the here but slightly wacky questions.
Drugs that no one has ever heard of, the effects of the sun's rays on P450 isoenzymes and and and ...

But in the end we (well almost) all made it!

You have to make a small restriction, Könich:
Pharma at the TU is difficult, at the LMU it is at best average difficult - many old questions and a few challenging new ones, always a mix of MC and free, ensure that
that it's okay here. is when you have prepared something.

Originally written by Christoph_A
You have to make a small restriction, Könich:
Pharma at the TU is difficult, at the LMU it is at best average difficult - many old questions and a few challenging new ones, always a mix of MC and free, ensure that
that it's okay here. is when you have prepared something.

It is clear to me :-)) But I wanted to leave this explanation to you, otherwise it will be said again that I would reduce your performance ....

P.S. Congratulations to all of us on the completed semester and to those who are troubled by learning, good luck with their exams !!!!

Well, every university has its own focus - if I go to MiBi and spec. I think patho exams here, that should be the LMU sticking point-so you can sweat a little more in pharmaceuticals :-D

Hello.

Pharma is demanding in Kiel, but at least 50% pass the first attempt. There are always new questions related to the lecture and the course. Afterwards, it is easy to compare the records. The examiner tailored his lecture / course precisely to the questions.

In general, in Kiel Pharma / spec. Pharma, neuro and spec. Patho than more demanding exams. Still, most pass immediately.
So like always. Much shouting about nothing.


Olaf

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