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Anyone taking NAPLEX in oregon because app is easier?

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pharmacy1187

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I'm from California but thinking about going oregon to take my naplex since they have a 45 day waiting period plus the application "seems" easier than other states. Wanted to get feedback if my research is correct.
 

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I wish I did it that way. You will get your score in 3 days too.

I hope my thinking isn't wrong. Material is fresh in my brain - just to CPJE so thought why not head to Oregon and then do a score transfer. Worst case California might make me wait another 45 days to get my license but at least I can work without the stress of any exam.

Not sure if I'm missing a unforeseen problem that could prevent me from transferring my score.
 

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I'm from California but thinking about going oregon to take my naplex since they have a 45 day waiting period plus the application "seems" easier than other states. Wanted to get feedback if my research is correct.

The only problem I can see here is having Oregon as your primary state of licensure. If you can't change it back to California, that's a lot of future money wasted on renewal fee if you don't plan on practicing in Oregon.
 

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The only problem I can see here is having Oregon as your primary state of licensure. If you can't change it back to California, that's a lot of future money wasted on renewal fee if you don't plan on practicing in Oregon.
But once i change my primary to California I should be renewing in California alone right?
 
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