NAPLEX questions are multiple-choice questions. There are 250 questions on the test, though only 200 questions are used to calculate your final score.To pass the exam, you must achieve a score of 75 (out of a possible 150).
Candidates are expected to have a rounded knowledge of pharmacology; both general pharmacology / principlesand clinical pharmacology - a thorough, broad knowledge of the essential science.
OTC / Clinical Pharmacy
Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of OTC medicines, sterile and non-sterile compounding, as well as nutritional support, critical care and other key aspects of clinical pharmacy.
Pharmacy calculations are one of the toughest parts of the NAPLEX exam. Rigorous practice is required to ensure you can safely navigate these NAPLEX questions.
Take a few minutes to review some of our NAPLEX sample questions. Here, we review the type of question you can expect as well as
detailing our comprehensive answer explanations to help plug any gaps in your pharmacy knowledge
The NAPLEX exam isn’t something you can cram. Nor is it an exam you can just ‘wing’. You need to plan your study.
Spend more time practicing NAPLEX questions in those weaker areas - turning those weaknesses into strengths. That’s why we’ve structured our online NAPLEX course by body system, by OTC/ clinical pharmacy, and by full-length practice tests. Our online course is unique in that it gives you the opportunity to practice exam-like questions alongside full-length practice tests - maximizing your result on exam day. We have helped thousands of pharmacy graduates pass their licensing exam.
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Spend more time practicing NAPLEX questions in those
weaker areas - turning those weaknesses into strengths
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