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FPGEE QUESTIONS need urgent answer pls!!!
i am a filipino pharmacist interested in applying as a pharmacist in US. accdg to research 5 yr pharmacy degree is needed. so if i add 1 more year to my curriculum to become a clinical pharmacist, will it qualify me to take the FPGEE???
what r the sequence of steps that i should do to apply for FPGEE???
should i take TOEFL first??? and where should I take it???
when should i take the other exams like NAPLEX and MPJE???
where is the FPGEE exam held?? is there an exam in the philippines??
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Q1: It all depends what year you have graduated, if you graduated 2003 upwards then you need to add 1 more year ( but this all depends on NABP evaluation person to person case basis according to some). I heard few students enroll in Immaculate Concepcion University in Davao to enroll for clinical study just to meet NABP's requirement. But before you do such move (like studying one more year) please read the thread on this, I've read it in this FPGEE forum search for "For foreign pharmacists who graduated after 2003". This is the link: http://www.urch.com/forums/fpgee/101...er-2003-a.html (For foreign pharmacists who graduated after 2003)
But if you have graduated before 2003 then you can immediately go for FPGEE exams.
Q#2. To answer all your question on this please visit : FPGEEŽ tips
FPGEE exam is not available in Philippines. It is held only in US.
For more details please visit:
NABP <> National Association of Boards of Pharmacy and look for examination programs: FPGEE
I hope this will help you.
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