ONTARIO OCP EXAM
Exam Administered by the Ontario College of Pharmacists
October 12, 2021
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Our multiple choice questions are tailored to the 7 sections of the examination blueprint, which include:
Section A: Conditions for Sale
Section B: Narcotics/Controlled Drugs
Section C: Filling & Labeling
Section D: Billing & Pricing
Section E: Pharmacy Operations
Section F: College Structures/Entry to Practice/Scope of Practice
Section G: Ethics/Stnadards/Responsibilities
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ABOUT THE EXAM
The Ontario Jurisprudence Exam is administered by the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP), and is a registration requirement for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Ontario. It covers the laws, regulations and standards of pharmacy practice, setting the foundation for clinical patient care. The exam is based on the seven sections as outlined by the Ontario College of Pharmacists.
The exam is offered three times a year in February, June and October. This exam should be written within 2 years of final registration as a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists.
The exam contains 120 questions with an allotted time of 180 minutes. The scoring is based on a minimal expected pass level which varies from exam to exam.
For more information on the Ontario College of Pharmacists Jurisprudence Exam, visit their website here.
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