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Oregon Pharmacy Law Exam

stefinee

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Jun 20, 2020
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I am wanting to get licensed in Oregon but am not sure what the best resources are or where to sign up for the exam- please help! I am currently in CA and have already taken the NAPLEX and CPJE. Thank you! Also, what are the books that are recommended for the exams? I also plan on getting licensed in Washington as well, as I have heard dual licensing is recommended if working in the Portland area.
 

cspence5

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Nov 29, 2020
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I am wanting to get licensed in Oregon but am not sure what the best resources are or where to sign up for the exam- please help! I am currently in CA and have already taken the NAPLEX and CPJE. Thank you! Also, what are the books that are recommended for the exams? I also plan on getting licensed in Washington as well, as I have heard dual licensing is recommended if working in the Portland area.
I am also wanting to get licensed in Oregon. Do you know if the NAPLEX exam has to be re-taken if I didn’t score transfer within that 89 day window? Because I took it back in June. Or it is possible to go the route of working for a year as a licensed pharmacist here in CA and then take their MPJE to get licensed? (kind of a semi-reciprocity I suppose?)
 

pharmdguy18

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Jul 14, 2018
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I am wanting to get licensed in Oregon but am not sure what the best resources are or where to sign up for the exam- please help! I am currently in CA and have already taken the NAPLEX and CPJE. Thank you! Also, what are the books that are recommended for the exams? I also plan on getting licensed in Washington as well, as I have heard dual licensing is recommended if working in the Portland area.
Look through their law book and other resources on the Oregon BOP website. I passed it by skimming through the law book and taking notes. Also, you're not going to find a job in the Portland area as a new grad or even first few years. Trust me.
 

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