# It's Math Time

1. I JUST GOT ACCEPT LTR. WHAT KIND OF MATH DO I REALLY NEED TO KNOW?
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3. Brush up on the fractions, decimals, percentages, multiplication, and division. Basically, the medication math and dosage calculations do not require any advanced mathematics. You should do well, as long as you are very informed regarding basic math. Good luck, and strive!
4. Also, get yourself familiar with conversions from one method of measurement to another.

GL!
5. Quote from feisty_lpn
Also, get yourself familiar with conversions from one method of measurement to another.

GL!
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Kilo, Hecto, Deka, Basic Unit, Deci, Centi, and Milli
6. I used MATh FOR MEDS study guide and it really helped me. Their is also a great Math Help Link on this website. Just took my MATH Pharm test and passed. Good Luck!!
7. congratulations!!!!! i don't have any math input, as i will be
starting school myself this aug. i just wanted to congratulate you
8. I called on my older brother (an RN with 25 yrs experience) to help with the math. He told me he hadn't used it since completing classes. But did say to just bone up on basic conversions, I did and I passed. since then I haven't had to use it either.
9. Congratulations! I don't start my program until august- but I'm so ready. My school uses Math for Meds and I just picked it up,so I can brush up over the summer. In the two years Ive had two algebras and a statistics- so I have to go back and freshen up on basic math. Like everyone else posted: fractions,percent,multiply,division, and conversions. Good luck.
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Kilo, Hecto, Deka, Basic Unit, Deci, Centi, and Milli
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