Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination exams
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- Proof of a degree in pharmacy must indicate the title of the degree and the date of issuance. See “Official Proof of Degree” on page 16 for more information.
- You must complete the TOEFL iBT to receive certification. There are no waivers for the TOEFL iBT requirement. See page 6 for the minimum passing standards and other details on the TOEFL iBT requirement.
The Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination®, or FPGEE®, is one of the examinations required as part of the FPGEC Certification Program
The exam is divided into the following content areas:
Basic Biomedical Sciences – 10% of the exam
Pharmaceutical Sciences – 33% of the exam
Social, Behavioral, Administrative Pharmacy Sciences – 22% of the exam
Clinical Sciences – 35% of the exam
Make sure you are prepared for your Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination (FPGEE)
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- The FPGEC defines a “foreign pharmacy graduate” as a pharmacist whose pharmacy degree was conferred by a recognized school of pharmacy that is not ACPE-accredited and is typically outside of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. US citizens who have completed their pharmacy education outside the US are considered to be “foreign pharmacy graduates,” while foreign nationals who have graduated from ACPE-accredited schools in the US are not.