141 free PCAT review questions, originally written with explanatory answers to help you prepare for this important pharmacy admissions exam. Topics included in this exam prep question set are:Verbal Ability - Analogies Biology - General Biology Biology - Anatomy & Physiology Chemistry - General Chemistry Quantitative Reasoning - Basic Math Quantitative Reasoning - Algebra Quantitative Reasoning - Probability and Statistics
The Pharmacy College Admissions Test is given by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy designed to identify qualified applicants to pharmacy colleges, and is used by many pharmacy schools across the US, as well as by colleges in in Canada, the Philippines, Qatar, and the West Indies. Pharmacy college is an important step in becoming a qualified pharmacy technician or pharmacist.
The test is a Computer Based Test with 5 48-question multiple choice sections. 8 questions in each of the sections is unscored. There are also 2 writing sections, one of which is unscored. The exam is four hours long.
The multiple choice topics on the exam are:
PracticeQuiz presents 141 free PCAT review questions, originally written with explanatory answers to help you prepare for this important pharmacy admissions exam. Topics included in this exam prep question set are:
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There are 193 questions on the PCAT divided across the following five categories: Writing (1 prompt), Biological Processes (48 questions), Chemical Processes (48 questions), Critical Reading (48 questions), and Quantitative Reasoning (48 questions).
The PCAT is 3 hours and 40 minutes long.
Earning a competitive score on the PCAT helps the test taker gain admission into pharmacy colleges.
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