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I know the dates you can test depend on your school's graduation date, but how long of a time period does the board of pharmacy typically give you during which you can test?

Also, how many times a week is the test offered by Pearson?

I know it will take some time to get my ATT, but I just wanted to have a general idea of when my testing date could be, since PearsonVue will not allow you to look at available test dates until after you receive your ATT.
 

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I know the dates you can test depend on your school's graduation date, but how long of a time period does the board of pharmacy typically give you during which you can test?

Also, how many times a week is the test offered by Pearson?

I know it will take some time to get my ATT, but I just wanted to have a general idea of when my testing date could be, since PearsonVue will not allow you to look at available test dates until after you receive your ATT.
I think you have a year to take it. It's offered every day.
 

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I think you have a year to take it. It's offered every day.

I'm going to be a resident in a state that I have no experience with. If I hypothetically failed the MPJE for that state, how quickly would I be able to retake the exam? Would I need another ATT?
 
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Depends on the state and what their policies are. Some may be 6 months, some may be 1 year. Most are 1 year I believe. It's basically good until your application expires.

I'm going to be a resident in a state that I have no experience with. If I hypothetically failed the MPJE for that state, how quickly would I be able to retake the exam? Would I need another ATT?

If you fail the MPJE you have to wait 30 days before you can retest. This is also state specific, I believe some states (Illinois?) require classes/intern hours if you fail. Most just make you wait 30 days and pay again to retest.
 

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It depends on the state. After your ATT generated, you would be able to schedule your exam date on Pearsonvue within 1 or 2 days.

Illinois requires classes if you fail 3 times. I heard of a case for the MPJE, but not the NAPLEX.
 
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