Here is the situation. I was talking to a pharmacist who was about to start residency for med school. Out of curiousity, I asked why he went to med school after pharmacy. He told me his reasons and started comparing the differences between the two professions. He noted that since pharmacists only have to take the NAPLEX test once, alot of them dont keep up on new medications and the stuff they dont use, the forget. He said They only do the required CE's and thats it and if every pharmacist were to take the NAPLEX test right now, only about 20% would pass. Personally, I think he was biased and fed up with the profession. I dont think the numbers are that drastic, but its not inconceivable for some not to re-pass it. What do you guys think is a closer estimate?