Our Pharmacology Study Cards are designed to help Nursing Students learn the most important medications. We provide all of the information you need to know to pass your exam (including the NCLEX), and none of what you don't. It's our consolidated flashcard format that sets us apart.
What is included:
NOTE: These pharmacology flash cards are not intended to replace a comprehensive drug reference guide.
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Flat rate shipping is $7.50 on all orders, and FREE for orders over $100. Order with your classmates and save! All orders are sent via USPS Priority Mail, which typically delivers packages within 3 days (receipt within 2 days is NOT guaranteed). Packages received after the USPS pick up time will be mailed the next business day. Delays with the US Postal Service are outside of our control, so be sure to order your cards well before your upcoming exam.
Great experience. The cards came fast. They are a simple easy resource to use for learning the most common medications. I'm in last semester of school and these cards will be great for my critical care class and studying for NCLEX.
Hi Cathy, I wanted to let you know I passed my ATI pharmacology proctored exam this morning with a Level 2, also very close to a Level 3! Thank you so much for your flash cards, as well as your videos with your tips and tricks. I so appreciate it! You're the best :)
Did great on the pharmacology test and feel like these cards helped tremendously!
Pharmacology cards are great I’m using it for my NCLEX-PN and Cathy did wonderful job for the drugs used, and what to look for. Thanks Cathy
The cards are okay for a general overview of drugs, but not all of them have aministration alerts, contraindications, black warnings
Thank you for your feedback. Our cards are not intended to replace a drug reference guide with all the details about each medication. They are designed to provide an overview of each medication, along with the key points regarding administration, patient teaching, and/or important labs to monitor.