Hello, I am not a foreign graduate, and came out of my NAPLEX exam feeling confident. I had made my way through RxPrep and all of it’s quizzes, and received a 106 on the Prenaplex just two days prior to my exam. As I have done with every test in college, I went home and began to look up answers to questions as a remembered them in an effort to put my mind at ease. For every question I got correct, I made a talley mark on a sheet of printer paper. As most test takers report, a large portion of my exam was math and biostats. I had taken my time on the math and biostats questions (doing every question twice), and felt confident in those answers. I tallied all questions EXCEPT for math or biostats, and I was able to tally 83 multiple choice questions (these did not include select all that apply). I thought that I was in the clear when I added these tallied questions to my strong showing in the math and biostats sections. Further, I wasn’t taking into account questions that I had gotten correct but couldn’t remember, and just the odds of getting a correct guess here and there. When I saw 74, I felt as if I had forgotten to do the back of every page on an exam. It just didn’t make any sense. I have opted to purchase the score review from NABP, and after scouring the internet I have found very few posts regarding the ultimate result of this option for others. I welcome anectdotes of others who have purchased the score review, and I intend to update my own post to give future test takers a frame of reference.