How long will it take to get the naplex score from Nj board of pharmacy?
i took nj- mpje yesterday and it was complete nightmare.
They ask questions which you cant even think. questions from hospitals and compunding were very difficult. i am not sure whether i will pass it or not. Anybody who took it before have any suggesion about it? is there any material which would help for preparation?
I am trying to go thru NJ stateboard website as below but there is an error coming on.
Can you please let me know correct website for NJ board.
Thanks in advance.
Originally Posted by x_2000
i took naplex from state board of texas, it took about three weeks to get my results. i thinks it might be same for NJ board as well. they may take one week extra as they are slower than other board of pharmacy.
Originally Posted by mygoal2k6
try this link for nj board of pharmacy
to be honest their website is sucks. they dont have any information. i did contact board for all information.
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i took Naplex from texas because they do not require internship hours to take it so you save some time on it. otherwise NJ takes a while to send you approval, as i said before they are slower than rest of world.
i just got my result of MPJE and i have cleared with 83 score, never dreamed of it. Exam was tough but there are some topics you need more concentration also tried to read nj news letters that helps.
For NJ-MPJE the two books from board of pharmacy is enough. i also read federal law book from reisse. concentrate on control susbstace act, licensing requirement, record keeping, central fill pharmacy, hostpital regulation and physicial- pharmacist agreement in treatment program. try to read newsletters of nj borad of pharmacy.
you can get it on www.nabp.net
For texas you have to submitt copy of your Fpgee certificate , so it is required to have 50 before you can take naplex.
i did work in the pharmacy before i took naplex and it help but it doesn't mean you cann't pass it without training.
you haven't worked in the pharmacy, that's fine. try to remember all common brand and generic names and in how many dosage form and strengh they are available for perticular drug. otherwise there is no help from training in pharmacy. Calculation is very very important. if you do more than 90% calculation right i bet you cann't fail naplex.
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