Frequently asked questions

Week 1-15 - STARTING WITH BASICS OF PHARMACEUTICS


What you will learn

  • Starting with basic s about pharmaceutics
  • Parenteral
  • Sterilization techniques
  • Physical pharmacy subject
  • Pharmaceutical unit operations
  • Industrial pharmacy
  • Novel drug delivery system
  • Microbiology
  • Drug delivery system
  • Bio pharmaceutics
  • 10 weeks sufficient to learn pharmaceutics
  • Reaming 5 weeks for revision and online tests
  • Under standing how solely Pharmacology will help you to get rank in GPAT
  • Pharmaceutical Tablets
Projects you will do
  • You will learn complete pharmaceutics and writing online tests
  • Communicating with GPAT toppers to get maximum inputs from them
  • And in 1 st week you will understand how GPAT is easy with action plan
  • Developing mind set towards GPAT exam
  • Preparing perfect action plan to achieve GPAT




Week 15- 30 -Complete Pharmacology


What you will learn

  • Pharmacology classification with out pen and paper
  • General pharmacology
  • Endocrine pharmacology
  • Autonomic nervous system
  • Hemopoeitic system
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Diuretics
  • Respiratory tract system
  • Chemotherapy
  • GIT
  • Human anatomy and physiology
  • Under standing how solely Pharmacology will help you to get rank in GPAT
Projects you will do
  • Learning complete pharmacology
  • Pharmacology classification with out pen and paper
  • Leaning human anatomy and physiology
  • Writing online tests
  • Solving doubts in pharmacology




Week 30-45 - Getting grip on chemistry


What you will learn

  • All topics in organic chemistry -1
  • All topics in organic chemistry-2
  • All topics in organic chemistry-3
  • 75 organic named reactions
  • Complete stereo chemistry
  • Medicinal chemistery-1
  • Medicinal chemistery-2
  • Medicinal chemistry -3
  • Inorganic chemistry
  • 10 weeks is sufficient to complete chemistry classes after 5 weeks for revision

Projects you will do
  • Learn all concepts of organic chemistry
  • Solving questions
  • Revision
  • Becoming pro in chemistry




Week 45-50 - Pharmaconosy


What you will learn

  • Introduction to Pharmaconosy
  • Biosynthesis of Alkaloidal Drugs
  • Terpenoids
  • Plant hormone
  • Important chemical test of Pharmaconosy
  • ENZYMES
  • Complete ALKALOIDS Pharmaconosy
  • Complete GLYCOSIDES Pharmaconosy
  • Complete TERPENOIDS Pharmaconosy
  • Complete CARBOHYDRATEs, Pharmaconosy
  • Complete TANNINs Pharmaconosy
  • Complete RESIN Pharmaconosy
  • 3 weeks is sufficient to complete Pharmaconosy after 2 weeks you have revision
  • •You learn more than 150+ drugs in pharmacogonosy detailed schedule given after demo class
Projects you will do
  • Learning complete Pharmaconosy
  • Writing online tests
  • And revision




Week 50-52 - Pharmaceutical analysis


What you will learn

  • Introduction to pharmaceutical Analysis
  • U.V spectroscopy
  • NMR spectroscopy
  • Mass spectroscopy
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • IR spectroscopy
  • Gas chromatography
  • All spectroscopic methods
  • Acid base titrations
  • Non Aqueous titration
  • Complex metric titration
  • you will learn complete pharmaceutical Analysis
  • • You learn more than 90+ Topics in pharmaceutical Analysis detailed schedule given after demo class

Projects you will do
  • Understanding complete pharmaceutical analysis
  • Writing online tests on pharmaceutical analysis
  • Revision




REMAINING 6 MONTHS


  • 4 months again revision classes
  • One month you have grand tests
  • Last one month again revision
  • Correction of mistakes you done
  • Getting the connections with GPAT toppers
  • Getting the inputs from GPAt toppers planning the strategy
  • Achieving GPAT





CONSIGNOR INFORMATION

We are looking to add consignors with great taste. We have shoppers in search of Gymboree, Janie and Jack, Gap, Mini Boden, Tea, Naartjie, Hanna Anderson. We also have people who want very high end, boutique and European brands. A stylish piece in excellent used condition from other store brands such as Justice, Old Navy, The Childrens Place, Carters, and Target are just fine also. We will be selective in order to ensure that our sale is full of the things that our shoppers want to buy!

How Consigning Works:

  • You pay a $15 fee to participate in the sale (payable through paypal or mailing a check) consignor fees are to help us cover the cost of the venue and are non refundable. If you would like to pay by check or cash please email us at cremebruleekids@gmail.com.  

  • You determine the price for each of your items (see pricing guide for details)

  • You decide if you want your items to go 50% off on Saturday (the last day)

  • You keep 65% of your sales (up to 80% with volunteering tasks and/or shifts!)

  • As a consignor you shop at the pre-sale before the public (Thursday at 6:30pm) 

  • You have the option to pick up leftover items or donate them at the end of the sale

  • You will receive your check within two weeks!   

 

Consignor Check in: will be Thursday the week of sale from 2:00pm-5:30pm at the Kent Commons. Your items will be inspected to ensure they meet our guidelines and are tagged correctly, then you will take your items to the appropriate section. (We will have volunteers helping you as they are able) 

 

Consignor Pick up: At the end of each sale we donate leftover items to a charity of choice that will be announced one month prior to the sale. If you would prefer to pick up your unsold items, they will be available for pick up after the sale ends on Saturday, from 7:00pm-8:00pm. Anything not picked up in that time will be donated to charity regardless of how it is marked- no exceptions. We do our best to have everything sorted by consignor number, but it is each consignors responsibility to gather their items from areas not yet sorted. We always sort the clothing first so please be sure to check shoes, accessories, and toys. We do our best to keep track of inventory and take measures to keep tens of thousands of consigned items safe and accounted for. However, we are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Most commonly, items are missed upon pick up, or consignors don't check the lost and found!