PTCB Test Prep is the leading online course to prepare you for all core subjects of the PTCB exam.
Our course has been developed by industry experts, many of whom have been part of the PTCB exam board and have put together a comprehensive range of learning tools and practice questions to help prepare you for the 2021 exam. So far, over 96 percent of candidates who complete our course have gone on to earn their PTCB certification.Get Started
Our online course covers the syllabus of all four modules. It also includes comprehensive coverage of pharmacy calculations for technicians and full-length PTCB practice exams, each of which contains 90 questions to be answered within 120 minutes.
has been designed to teach students the core and
clinical details you are expected to know; a practical and
pragmatic learning course that delivers the essential details.
Our PTCB Test Prep course covers all core areas by testing your knowledge of each of the 4 compulsory modules examined on the 2021 PTCB exam.
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Candidates can re-take exam 60 days after, for first 2 re-take attempts. Third retake attempt must be taken 6 months later. After that, appeal to PTCB board required.
Pearson VUE is responsible for administering the Pharmacy Technician exam. To schedule and exam appointment, candidates can go to www.pearsonvue.com/ptcb or call 1-866-902-0593.
Pearson VUE operates over 250 test centers nationwide. In addition, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, online testing has also been introduced.
Passing the PTCB exam allows pharmacy techs to use the CPhT (Certified Pharmacy Technician) designation. In order to continue using the CPhT designation, however, pharmacy tech's must successfully complete 20 hours of continuing education every two years.
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