Positives: Challenging and really stimulates thinking, something people don’t really consider it, but I think it's a really good course.
It also helps you develop personal skill
My advice to future students is: Start assignments early and stay on top of content
Positive Aspects: All relevant information being taught, great, helpful teachers, amazing technology and classrooms.
My advice to future students is: Make QUT your first preference
Positives: Learning how medications work, where do they work. Disease states and how they affect our daily life
Negatives: Its hard. Requires so much time
My advice to future students is: Study what you like, if you ever chose to study medicine or pharmacy or anything like that you need to have strong eager and you need to see the potential in yourself
Positives: The positive aspects of studying pharmacy are that you are taught a tremendous amount of information and in the end are quite knowledgable on conditions and medications. Therefore are able to answer many health related questions people may have and recommend remedies for patients.
Negatives: The course in itself is very difficult. There is a lot to remember and learn. The content load is quite heavy and the assignments are mostly hurdle, meaning that even though you may have passed the unit already i.e have 50% of the whole unit, when going into the final exam you need to pass that exam in order to pass the whole unit.
My advice to future students is: Weigh up your options and only study pharmacy if you genuinely want to become a pharmacist. The field is highly saturated and it is very difficult to find a job. Ensure you dedicate time and effort in the course.
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