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    Question Not currently a licensed pharmacist-can I still sit for FPGEE?

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    I have researched high and low about the FPGEC but am unable to find a concise answer to my question. Some background information on me: I am a B.S.c Pharmacy graduate from the University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. As I understand one of the requirements that you must meet in order to be able to sit for the FPGEE is proof that you are licensed and/or registered for unrestricted practice of pharmacy in a foreign country. As it stands I am not currently licensed to practice pharmacy in the United Arab Emirates or anywhere else for that matter. Does this mean I am unable to sit for the FPGEE? I do hope someone is able to shed some light on my dilemma. I will also contact the NABP for more information in this regard.


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    Re: Not currently a licensed pharmacist-can I still sit for FPGEE?

    Sorry but i dont think u can.. What u can do is write a letter to nabp and ask them about your options and what u can do to start getting licensed.. They are obligated to send u an asnwer back even if it takes some time but they will.. I hope this helps

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    Re: Not currently a licensed pharmacist-can I still sit for FPGEE?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaisR View Post
    Hi all,

    I have researched high and low about the FPGEC but am unable to find a concise answer to my question. Some background information on me: I am a B.S.c Pharmacy graduate from the University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. As I understand one of the requirements that you must meet in order to be able to sit for the FPGEE is proof that you are licensed and/or registered for unrestricted practice of pharmacy in a foreign country. As it stands I am not currently licensed to practice pharmacy in the United Arab Emirates or anywhere else for that matter. Does this mean I am unable to sit for the FPGEE? I do hope someone is able to shed some light on my dilemma. I will also contact the NABP for more information in this regard.


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    Hello I liked your post and I am having the same situation as you. I studied and finished pharmacy school also at the university of sharjah and we left the UAE. Also once we left our visa got void. So I was just wondering about what you have done and if you can help me.

    Judy

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    Re: Not currently a licensed pharmacist-can I still sit for FPGEE?

    Jasmin posted a thread about a very similar situation she is involved in. Check it out here:

    http://www.urch.com/forums/fpgee/157...-citizens.html

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    Re: Not currently a licensed pharmacist-can I still sit for FPGEE?

    Hi, I am in a similar position. Did they approve you? please let me know.

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