First-year students of the Pharmaceutical Faculty No. 2, who will study pharmacy for 4.5 years, successfully passed the first examination session. From November 30 to December 12, 130 students were systematically connected with the University on schedule to listen to lectures and cope with practical tasks.
"We are satisfied with the course of the examination session, its results and the responsibility of our students," summed up Associate Professor Olha Denysenko, Candidate of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Deputy Dean of the Pharmaceutical Faculty No. 2. "All students without exception passed this stage successfully, the first step wasn't that hard at all. They went online from different regions of Ukraine — Mykolayiv, Kherson, Cherkasy, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and other regions. One student even joined being the army unit where he is serving.
The tasks for part-time students were quite difficult, they demonstrated knowledge in following disciplines: Higher Mathematics and Statistics, Biology with Basics of Genetics, General and Inorganic Chemistry, Foreign Language for Specific Purposes, History of Ukraine and Ukrainian Culture, Latin Language, Ukrainian Language for Specific Purposes. If we consider that this year there was no traditional September instructive session for freshmen due to quarantine, then all of them pretty much succeeded this semester."
The Dean's office of the Faculty, which carried out the organizational work in advance, took care of the creation of groups in the Teams, where the schedule of classes was posted for part-time students, so that they knew when they had to contact the departments. The following departments worked with the freshmen: Medical Biology, Parasitology and Genetics, Medical Physics, Biophysics and Higher Mathematics, Cultural and Ukrainian Studies, Foreign Languages, and others.
Students have completed the study of a number of disciplines, passed the tests. They have been given tasks to work on until April next year, until the spring examination session. For now, take a breath, and then — back to work!
15 December 2020