For more information on this process, please refer to the Registration Bulletin at: on the Division of Professional Regulation website.1.2.3 In order to be made eligible to take either exam, an applicant must submit the appropriate processing fee along with a completed Pharmacist application, which will contain the following information: 220.127.116.11 Proof of completion of all of the requirements for graduation from an approved school or college.
"" means to furnish or deliver a drug to an ultimate user by or pursuant to the lawful order of a practitioner; including the preparation, packaging, labeling or compounding necessary to prepare the drug for that delivery.
If an applicant has failed the examination three times, he or she shall be eligible to re‑take the examination, provided that he or she produces evidence of working full‑time as an intern for a period of three months or has completed a one semester college course on jurisprudence.
1.2.6 A candidate must take an examination within 365 Days of the determination of eligibility by the Board or they will have to re-register with NABP to be made re-eligible.
The Preceptor must be a pharmacist licensed in this State or any other State and must have a minimum of two years of pharmacy practice.
A pharmacist affiliated with a College of Pharmacy shall serve as the preceptor for a student participating in the coordinated practical experience program.