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The use of mnemonics in the study of pharmacology

Thread: The use of mnemonics in the study of pharmacology

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  1. iyad said:

    The use of mnemonics in the study of pharmacology

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  2. yasmindawson said:
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    bergmary said:
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  4. ManzoorKhan said:
    Best way to learn pharmacology is to nake mnemonics of Every topics
     
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    william9 said:
    LOl thats true
     
  6. angeluhihu said:
    Mnemonics are indeed useful! Funny mnemonics can also be passed on like a legacy lol
     
  7. magnificentstars said:
    If I can use mnemonics in any reviewing I have to do, I always make sure to use them. They are very helpful.
     
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