Basically, it will depend on which uni you are at [assuming you are studying in UK] - subjects/modules as well the content of each vary a little or even a bit more, depending mainly on the lecturer who designed and teaches each module.
There should be various detailed resumes of your lectures on the department website, together with syllabus details, and probably a variety of learning aids, too. Remember that uni is not the same as A levels [with the latter there is a tremendous degree of spoon-feeding these days], which you will not receive at uni - you are expected to be more autonomous - if you do not like lectures, it can be difficult to keep up esp as you have left it knida last minute. You mention "how to revise", but you need to learn from afresh NOT revise cos you have had sight of it in the first place ; revision means "vision" again [Latin root "re" = again as in recapitulate, regain, reinstate, etc.] - sorry don't mean to sound spiteful.- take it easy!
If you able to disclose some basic details [pls PM me for the sake of confidentiality], I shall try to guide you, and can also help you with content for some of your subjects [I hold a number of different biomedical degrees tho not pharmacy per se, but some of my subjects overlap with those of pharmacy].
Good luck & be safe!
Hi, I’m currently a pharmacy student in year 1. I have exams coming up in 2 weeks and I know nothing, I was wondering how people revise? What they use? Lectures do nothing for me, I don’t know what I need to know. Is there a syllabus or past questions or exam papers etc? Like there is at a level?
I did it for myself but I mean after 16 years of being in education I’m now sick of it
In either case, PM me v soon & I shall get you thru these exams. Check out my teaching styles/tactics on TSR!