Welcome to the Rapid Fire Test: Brand and Generic Names of New Antimicrobial Drugs
This simple 30-question test covers the generic and brand names of new antimicrobials FDA-approved from 2014 through 2018. It includes drugs that can be used against bacteria, HIV, HCV, and fungi. Not all drugs approved during 2014-2018 are included, but most are.
This test can be helpful for staying up on what the new drug names are or for studying for licensing exams that require knowledge of brand and generic drug names.
Rapid Fire Tests are set up in a 2-step process similar to how you would get asked questions by a preceptor or how you would use flashcards. First read the question and think of your answer (or write it down to really hold yourself accountable). Second, click next to see the answer. Take this test from the beginning to test your knowledge of brand names. Take it in reverse starting from the end to test your knowledge of generic names.
This is a more fundamental type of learning as compared to the Practice Tests. These focus on the knowledge domain of Bloom’s taxonomy. They are designed for a quick review.
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Use the back and next buttons to navigate through the test. Good luck!
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