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Welcome to your 12-Week Pharmacy Tech Program!
This is an incredibly exciting time, and you’ve made a great choice to start on the path to becoming a certified pharmacy technician.
Before diving into the program, here are some tips and advice to help you succeed.
No matter what your goals are for the program, it’s important to set measurable objectives. This will help keep you on track and motivated throughout the program.
Think about what you want to accomplish in the program and break it down into smaller, achievable goals. This could be anything from studying for a certain number of hours each day, to completing a particular module or course.
Create a Study Schedule
Creating a study schedule is the best way to stay organized and ensure that you’re making the most of your time.
Set aside a specific time each day or week to devote to studying and stick to it. This could be a few hours in the morning or evening, or an entire day dedicated to studying.
Make sure to also set aside time for breaks. Although it’s important to stay focused and on task, it’s also important to give yourself a break every now and then.
If you’re ever feeling overwhelmed or confused, don’t hesitate to reach out.
Most pharmacy tech programs have tutors, mentors, or instructors that are available to answer questions or provide guidance.
Make sure to take advantage of this resource and don’t be afraid to ask questions.
It can be easy to get distracted when studying for a program.
Take steps to minimize distractions such as turning off notifications, studying in a quiet space, and setting limits on how much time you spend on social media or other activities.
Remember that the more focused you stay, the faster you’ll be able to complete the program.
Reviewing your notes and materials on a regular basis is a great way to stay on top of the material and ensure that you’re retaining the information.
Take a few minutes each day to review the material, and make sure to make time for a more in-depth review a few times a week.
The first few weeks of a pharmacy tech program can be challenging. You may feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or like you’re not making progress.
It’s important to stay positive and remember that you’re making progress each day. Celebrate the small wins and strive to keep moving forward.
Completing a pharmacy tech program can be an incredibly rewarding experience.
By following the tips and advice outlined in this article, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a certified pharmacy technician in just 12 weeks.
Good luck and enjoy the journey!
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