PracticeQuiz Adds Review Questions For the Pharmacy College Admissions Test

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

PracticeQuiz.com continues to expand its free pharmacy exam preparation offerings. Today, the less than year old free test preparation website announced that it has added a new question set for the Pharmacy College Admissions Test.

"We are very excited to be able to add PCAT to our pharmacy test prep offerings," remarks Ted Chan, founder of PracticeQuiz.com, "At PracticeQuiz, we've always respected the importance of nurses and medical professionals. And even before they enter the field, they have to prove their knowledge and potential. That's why we've made sure to provide review materials for nursing and medi” 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:
Verbal ability (Analogies, sentence completion)
Biology (General, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology)
Chemistry (General, Organic, Basic Biochemistry Processes)
Reading Comprehension (Comprehension, Analysis, Evaluation)
Quantitative Ability (Basic Math, Algebra, Probability & Statistics, Pre-calculus, and Calculus)

PracticeQuiz.com has added 141 review questions for the Pharmacy College Admissions Test. Each practice question is originally written to simulate the exam format and is paired with an explanatory answer to help the user expand their pharmacy knowledge and provide test takers with a gist of what exam content to expect on test day.

More information at PracticeQuiz.com.