SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi y'all, I took the Texas MPJE last week and it seems fair and straight forward. You would be expected to know all the definitions from the Texas exam blueprints like: Misbranded, adulterated, and questions regarding rph; PIC, pharmtech CE, records, responsibilities, renewal. Then you'll see question regarding off site storage; inventories and tons of questions regarding refills, and transfer of controlled drugs as well as rx for "office use". All that make up of more than half of the exams. The rest of the exam, you'll be asked about the number of people in the board, their qualifications; board inspection, application processes, etc. The wording in the exam is horrible. NABP probably outsource the exam writer to some guys/gals in India or China. You can obviously tell that the exam was written by somebody who is not fluent in English. Some of the questions, you can clearly see that the programmer cut the question so short that it doesn't make any sense at all. Anyway, after taking the Massachusetts MPJE, the California CPJE, and now the Texas MPJE I would say the Massachusetts MPJE was the easiest one of them all; Texas MPJE was fair; California CPJE was a beast. It doesn't fit to be called a Judicial exam at all since 98% of the questions were clinical (only 2-3 questions were laws related). For Texas MPJE, I used Lexis Nexis, Fred Brinkley and Kaplan by Cacciatore. Lexis Nexis is the law itself so unless you're a lawyer it's really boring (It costs only $30 from ecampus); The Fred Brinkley book makes more sense to read than Lexis Nexis but still it's a thick book (300+ pages). It costs over $120 (it's the most expensive book of the 3). Lastly, the Kaplan reviews by Cacciatore is the best. It's only 59 pages long, it's compact and direct to the core of what you really need to know for the Texas MPJE. However, it omitted some of the most important things about PIC, RPH, Pharm Interns, Student Intern, Pharm Tech responsibilities (they were on my exam); it also omitted the process of board inspection and board's purposes. Luckily these info. are available in both the Fred Brinkley's book and Lexis Nexis book. In conclusion, Fred Brinkley's book or Lexis Nexis book by itself is sufficient for Texas MPJE but they're hard to read. The Kaplan reviews is easier to read but it's insufficient. Finally, you'll need to think like a FOB to understand the FOB who writes the questions for the exam Gosh, I hope I passed so I don't have to read that MOFO's questions again.