How much does the MPJE cost?
The non-refundable application fee is $100 for NAPLEX and $100 per jurisdiction for the MPJE, and must be paid when you apply. The application fee does not include the exam fee, and the exam may only be purchased once you have been made eligible.
How much does NAPLEX exam cost?
The NAPLEX is administered year-round on business days. There are several steps in registering for the exam. As of this printing, the fee for the exam is $575.
What happens if you fail the MPJE 5 times?
Failure to finish an exam is counted as an attempt. The five attempt limit for the MPJE applies to attempts to pass the MPJE within a single jurisdiction or state. For example, a candidate may attempt to pass the MPJE in State A five times and will also have five attempts for State B.
Which state MPJE is the hardest?
Which state has hardest MPJE? NY, NJ, Florida, and Texas are considered the hardest MPJE’s to pass in the nation.
Is MPJE harder than NAPLEX?
The MPJE isn’t harder than the NAPLEX from personal experience. It just requires you to use your brain in different way that you may not be used to and it can be mentally challenging knowing that the exam changes based on your previous answers.
How many questions can I miss on MPJE?
In order to increase your chances of passing, you absolutely need to answer all 120 questions. If you answer fewer than 107, your exam is basically thrown out. No results will be reported. If you answer between 107 and the full 120, you incur a penalty.
What happens if you fail the NAPLEX 3 times?
If a candidate fails the NAPLEX three (3) times in a twelve (12)-month period, the candidate shall be subject to eligibility approval by the board of pharmacy (or designated authority) and will not receive an authorization to test until the 12-month time frame has passed.
How long is the MPJE exam?
The MPJE is a 2.5-hour exam composed of 120 computer-based questions.
What is the passing score for MPJE?
The minimum acceptable passing score on both the NAPLEX & MPJE is 75.
How many questions can you get wrong on MPJE?
MPJE results are now indicated as Pass/Fail. You must answer at least 107 questions to receive a Pass/Fail result. It is best to answer ALL questions presented to you. A penalty is applied to your score for any unanswered question between question number 108 and 120.
How much does it cost to take the MPJE?
To apply to take the MPJE, there’s a $100 fee per state. That’s just to apply for eligibility to take the test – not the actual test cost. Once you’ve been deemed eligible and can purchase the MPJE exam, the actual test itself is $150 per state.
How are you tested for the MPJE exam?
All test-takers are tested on their knowledge of pharmacy law as outlined in the MPJE Competency Statements. Each participating state board of pharmacy approves those questions that are specific to the federal and state laws of the jurisdictions in which test-takers are seeking licensure.
What does the MPJE stand for in pharmacy?
The MPJE is the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam. This mouthful of words refers to the pharmacy law exam. But rather, more accurately, pharmacy law exams (plural). As pharmacists, we are spoiled with the NAPLEX.
When to book an appointment for the MPJE?
Note that if your eligibility to sit for the NAPLEX or MPJE is going to expire within 10 business days then you won’t be able to pay and sit for the exam so make sure as soon as you get your authorization to test (ATT) letter that you book your appointment as soon as possible.