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We offer live NAPLEX Prep Webinars designed to give students the confidence they need when preparing to tackle the final hurdle to becoming a licensed pharmacist!

What do our webinars cover?

  • Our six-hour webinars review all of the major areas that students need to be proficient in to pass the NAPLEX. Our webinars equip students with test strategies and direction on how to best study for the NAPLEX. Due to the large amount of content in PharmD curriculums, many students have no idea where to even begin when preparing for the NAPLEX. 

  • Additionally, our webinars review the following high-yield NAPLEX topics:

    • Calculations​

    • Biostatistics

    • Infectious Disease/HIV

    • Diabetes

    • Cardiovascular Disease

    • Anticoagulation

    • Oncology

    • & More

NAPLEX Prep Team

  • Dr. Harrison Hightower (Passed on first attempt in 2022)

    • Dr. Hightower completed his PharmD at Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy in 2022. Dr. Hightower currently works part-time as a Clinical Pharmacist at Kepro and spends the majority of his time managing HighPrep! Clinically, he has experience in retrospective drug utilization review, prior authorization criteria, and drug formulary management. Dr. Hightower has over a decade of experience in preparing students for standardized tests and is proud to bring that experience to soon-to-be pharmacists!

  • Dr. Anthony Bolson (Passed on first attempt in 2021)

    •  Dr. Bolson completed his PharmD at Palm Beach Atlantic University Gregory School of Pharmacy in 2021. He then went on to complete a PGY-1 residency at West Palm Beach VA Healthcare System. Dr. Bolson currently practices as an Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist at the Miami VA Healthcare System. Dr. Bolson is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) and also has experience in inpatient/acute care and outpatient chemotherapy.

  • Dr. Azra Khan (Passed on first attempt in 2000 & has over 20 years of clinical experience)

    • Dr. Khan completed her PharmD at Mercer University College of Pharmacy and has over two decades of practice experience. She currently practices as an Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist at Martin Army Community Hospital. Dr. Khan is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) and is also a certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES).

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