Help! Does anyone work at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases? - page 2
Hi ! I have an upcoming appointment with NYU HJD and was told to take a pharmacology test. Has anyone taken this before? Can you please tell me what it will consist of? Was it hard? and also, what... Read More
Dec 26, '13 by Andreach356Hi FreestylePete,
I know this post is really old, but I was wondering how the exam went? I have to take the test on Monday and I don't know what to expect.
Please let me know!
May 1, '15 by StudentNurs2015Hey How did it go? I'm a new grad and is planning to take the pharm test as well. Any advice is appreciated
May 13, '15 by Sam03Hi! I know this post is old but I'm hoping you'll still see it! How is the pharm test like? Is it something I need to study for? Or is it basic pharm knowledge? I just had my initial interview and they'll be calling back in a few weeks because interviews are still ongoing. So I guess thats when I'll be taking the test. And if you fail, do they not hire you? lol thanks so much
May 13, '15 by StudentNurs2015Hey! I didn't take the pharm test either but was wondering how your interview went? :-)
Dec 4, '15 by askoroboDec 3 '15
Hello, I know this is a late respond, but I know people are nervous about the pharm test at NYU Hospital. Do not panic, it is not that difficult at first, second, you can retake it one time. I am RN OR and almost never touch and administer meds. So last time I dealt with them it was may 2013 at Nursing school. I was called fro the interview in 2 days and I saw that I have to take a test. I panic and wanted to reschedule the test, but was said to come for the interview anyway. I took a breast and came. The result ... I passed it from the first attempt. So, if you are strong in mathematic and calculation of drugs and you know a little bit about medications, then you are safe.
Also I saw, some people are wondering if it will lead to hiring. I would say the passing score itself means nothing. Only after meeting with a manager and after being selected by a manger you will be hiring.
So, I hope this comment helps to future nurses. Good luck!