The four subjects in the licensed pharmacist exam have a wide range of content, and many students complain that the time is tight and the tasks are heavy, and they do not have time to digest and eat the content thoroughly! However, some people learn it with ease! That’s because you don’t know that the chapters of the four subjects of licensed pharmacists can be learned together, complement each other, promote each other, and achieve twice the effect with half the effort!

1. Which chapters of each subject of licensed pharmacists can be learned together?

(1) Pharmaceutical professional knowledge 1:

Pharmacy: Chapter 1, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 6 together;

Medicinal Chemistry: Chapter II;

Pharmacodynamics: Chapter VII;

Pharmacokinetics: Chapters 5, 8, 9;

Drug identification: chapters 10 and 11.

(2) Professional knowledge of Chinese herbal medicine 1:

Pharmacy: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 6 together;

Medicinal Chemistry: Chapter III;

Chinese Medicine Preparation: Chapter 4;

Identification of Chinese Medicines: Chapter 5, Identification of Commonly Used Chinese Medicines;

Pharmacology of Chinese Medicines: Chapter 7.

Other subjects do not need to be studied in sections, just follow the order in which the books are written!

2. The proportion of high-frequency test points and score values of the four objective questions of licensed pharmacists

“Chinese/Pharmaceutical Expertise I”

The pharmacy, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacy sections have been the focus of the examination over the years;

Pharmacy Expertise II

In the study, we must grasp these “three hard dishes” – Chapter 10 Antibacterial drugs, Chapter 5 Drugs for diseases of the blood circulation system and Chapter 8 Drugs for diseases of the endocrine system. Secondly, Chapter 6 Medication for Circulatory System Diseases is also a relatively important chapter.

“Comprehensive Knowledge and Skills in Pharmacy”

There have been major adjustments in both the format of the questions and the content of the test points, but the focus of the review is still the eight chapters of chapters 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13

“Pharmaceutical Affairs Administration and Regulations”:

Chapter 5 is a top priority!

Professional Knowledge of Chinese Materia Medica:

The most important chapters of single flavor Chinese medicine are chapters 2 and 17, followed by chapters 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13 and 18, and the first chapter is the key chapter of proprietary Chinese medicine.

“Comprehensive Knowledge and Skills of Chinese Materia Medica”:

Chapters 1, 2, 9, 10, and 11 are also important propositional chapters.

3. Licensed pharmacists learn methods and skills in various subjects

Suggestions for learning methods of Chinese/Medicinal Medicine:

It is highly theoretical and requires repeated scrutiny and understanding, which is the most difficult.

The main content includes pharmacy, medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmacokinetics and some pharmacology knowledge, “Chinese/Pharmaceutical Professional Knowledge (I)” is more difficult than other subjects, especially medicinal chemistry, and the topic flexibility is large, for most candidates, it is easy to be frustrated here.


1. Familiarize yourself with the textbook. 2. Listen more, think more and practice diligently. On the basis of grasping the basic content, we must strive to overcome the difficult content (medicinal and chemical parts) so that we can ensure that we win.

Suggestions for learning methods in Chinese/Herbal Medicine II:

Basic subjects; comprehension subjects; Divergent subjects.

The main content is pharmacology, for some people who often deal with drugs, it may not be so difficult, but for Xiaobian who is not often contacted, it is already difficult to remember so many drugs, but also remember its characteristics, mechanism of action, adverse reactions, contraindications, indications, etc., minute by minute feel that their brain is not enough!

Practice makes perfect, see more and remember more methods, and learn the use of forms, recipes and other methods!

Suggestions for TCM/Materia Medica:

This is a very comprehensive subject; It requires you to have some practical ability; Direction: to use the final examination, strong application.

The main thing is that candidates preparing for the exam can not only memorize the knowledge, but also integrate it and use it lively! The direction of the examination of this subject is also “to use the final examination”. “Comprehensive Knowledge and Skills in Pharmacy” is also relatively difficult, and for a large number of people, it is not easy to learn and use!

1. On the whole, read the textbook intensively, grasp it comprehensively, and highlight the key points. 2. In terms of details, do exercises, it is far from enough to rely on memory and understanding, master the key content in the textbook by doing questions, summarize the key points and laws of the exam, and find their own weak links, so as to improve the test score. 3. To cultivate a certain comprehensive analysis ability, there are 20 comprehensive analysis questions in this subject examination.

Recommendations for regulatory learning methods:

This is a subject that has been recent to the times; The part that changes the most each year requires candidates to keep up with the times; It is also necessary for candidates to firmly grasp the important test points over the years.

This is a subject that keeps pace with the times, and every year’s outline, it is the last to come out, and everyone thought it was not so difficult before, but once you underestimate it, you are likely to be frustrated in it!

1. Combine learning. Pharmaceutical affairs management and regulations involve a large number of laws, regulations, and rules, and the degree of connection between different contents is different, which can be divided into several pieces and combined learning. 2. Repeated memorization.




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