Become Pharmacist in Canada - FULL PEBC Evaluating Exam
The Evaluating Exam (EE) is the first exam towards Canadian pharmacy licensure. In case you have not yet registered for the exam, simply visit our website for guidance. The EE has been designed to evaluate the knowledge of International Pharmacy Graduates seeking licensure. A candidate for the EE must be prepared to demonstrate knowledge in four key areas: Biomedical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Practice (Clinical Sciences and Professional Practice Skills) and Behavioural, Social and Administrative Pharmacy Sciences.
Computer-Based Full PEBC Evaluating Exam Practice contains 150 EE-type questions divided in 3 practice exams. For your convenience, each practice exam has 50 questions and must be completed in 80 min (1 hr 20 min). You do not need the finish the exam in one sitting. Pause anytime and continue where you left. It’s that simple! You can also retake all 3 exams multiple times as needed to gain further knowledge, identify areas of strength and weakness, test your EE readiness and improve your computer test taking skills. Finally, answers are supplemented by explanations to ensure further understanding and learning of new concepts. Passing score is 60%.
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Who this course is for:
- Pharmacists and new Pharmacy School Graduates seeking Canadian pharmacy licensure
- Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) evaluating exam (EE) candidates
- International Pharmacists and International Pharmacy Graduates interested in practicing in Canada
- Individuals interested in becoming pharmacist in Canada
- Pharmacists professional development
Dr. Marankan holds a postgraduate degree in pharmacy from the College of Pharmacy at UIC, USA coupled with extensive experience in pharmacy instruction at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Marankan was recently a visiting medical professor. Her academic, research and teaching achievements have been recognized by the Paul Sang Award at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the TLEF Award at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Furthermore, Dr. Marankan was the lead consultant in the development and implementation of OSCE training in Vancouver, Canada. Throughout her education and career as pharmacy instructor at the University of British Columbia, Fatima has gained extensive understanding of the requirements of pharmacy licensing exams in Canada. This knowledge has guided the development of the Canadian Pharmacy Exams Series: Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice - Volume 1, Pharmacist Evaluating Exam Practice – Volume 2, Pharmacist MCQ Review, Pharmacist OSCE Workbook, Pharmacy Technician MCQ Review and Pharmacy Technician OSPE Workbook and Fast Review of Pharmacy Technician Regulation Competencies.