FPGEE MCQ Exam Prep 2018 Ed
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- At practice mode you can see the explanation describing the correct answer.
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The Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination, or FPGEE, is a required examination for those seeking licensure as a pharmacist in the United States but have earned a pharmacy degree in another country. The exam is part of the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Examination Committee (FPGEC) Certification Program; candidates must also pass the TOEFL iBT. Pharmacy graduates of more than 200 countries can participate in the FPGEC program; all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam all require non-US pharmacy graduates to have FPGEC Certification before they are eligible for pharmacy licensure.
The FPGEE is comprised of 250 questions that are taken from four content areas: Clinical sciences (35 percent), Pharmaceutical sciences (29 percent), Basic biomedical sciences (21 percent), Social, behavioral, administrative pharmacy sciences (15 percent)
Test takers must score at least 75 or higher on the exam to be granted FPGEC certification. Five hours and 30 minutes are given for the exam; test takers will be required to take a 30-minute break midway through the exam.
The exam is only offered twice each year, usually in the spring and fall, at more than 200 Pearson VUE test sites nationwide. Test candidates should register for the FPGEE online at www.napb.net. Candidates may only register once they have been approved by the FPGEC to take the exam and have received a letter indicating so. The exam fee is included in the FPGEC application fee of $800.
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