The MPJE consists of 120 questions (100 scored) and you will have 2.5 hours to complete it. The examination is assembled as you answer questions, when you respond to computer-selected MPJE questions, the adaptive technology will asses your answers and use that information to select your next question.
Is The Mpje Computer Adaptive?
The MPJE is a computerized adaptive exam. You have 2.5 hours to complete the MPJE. You must answer at least 107 questions to receive a score.
Is The Mpje State Specific?
The MPJE®, or Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination®, combines federal- and state-specific questions to test the pharmacy jurisprudence knowledge of prospective pharmacists. It serves as the pharmacy law examination in participating jurisdictions and tests a candidate’s mastery of pharmacy law.
How Many Questions Can You Miss On Mpje?
MPJE Sample questions If you complete less than 107 questions, your scores will not be recorded. If you attempt 107 questions but less than 120, then you will get a penalty and your scores will be adjusted accordingly to present the number of questions you failed to answer.
Which State Has Hardest Mpje?
NY, NJ, Florida, and Texas are considered the hardest MPJE’s to pass in the nation.
How Do I Study For Mpje?
HOW TO STUDY FOR THE MPJE Know what to expect. The MPJE consists of 120 questions. Study.. Yep, you can’t get around this. Test questions. I’ve never really liked practice test questions. Anticipate. Think about questions that will likely be covered. Rest, relax, and just do it.
Does Mpje Score Expire?
Reminder: Applications, NAPLEX and MPJE examination scores expire one year from the date the examination was taken and application submitted.
How Is Mpje Calculated?
The score is calculated by first determining the applicant’s ability level on the NAPLEX/MPJE and then comparing the candidate’s ability level to the predetermined minimum acceptable ability level established for the NAPLEX/MPJE.
Do You Have To Take Mpje For Each State?
You must take the MPJE (or other appropriate exam) for each state in which you seek licensure.
What Score Do You Need To Pass Mpje?
The minimum acceptable passing score for the MPJE is 75. Please remember that receiving a passing score does not constitute a license to practice pharmacy.
What States Does The Mpje Cover?
Which states require the MPJE? Arkansas. California. Idaho. Puerto Rico. Virgin Islands.
How Much Does Mpje Cost?
MPJE (as of November, 2016): $250 (non-MPJE state law exams are similar) State Licensure Fees: varies, ~$150-300/state + background check, ~$50.
What Does Mpje Stand For?
Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination
How Many Times Can You Take The Mpje?
MPJE Exam Limits: 5 Attempts You are permitted a maximum of 5 attempts per jurisdiction or state to pass the MPJE. After a failed attempt, you are required to wait 30 days per jurisdiction or state to next attempt the MPJE.
What Is The Highest Score You Can Get On The Naplex?
NAPLEX content area scaled scores range from 6 to 18, with 6 being the lowest score attainable in either area and 18 being the highest score.
Where Are Mpje Results Posted?
Results of the NAPLEX and MPJE examination will be posted on our web site as soon as they are received in this office. Scores are listed according to candidates’ Authorization to Test (ATT) numbers, which are assigned by Pearson VUE Testing Center, NABP’s testing administrator.
How Long Does It Take To Get Att For Mpje?
about 3 to 5 days
How Long Do You Have To Wait To Retake Naplex?
You are allowed a maximum of 5 attempts to pass the NAPLEX. After a failed attempt, you must wait 45 days to next attempt the NAPLEX.
What Does A Pharmacist Do On A Daily Basis?
On a daily basis, Pharmacists Review prescriptions to assure accuracy, to ascertain the needed ingredients, and to evaluate their suitability. They Provide information and advice regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and proper medication storage.