If you are interested in becoming a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) you will need to pass the PTCE, which is more commonly called the PTCB Exam. This exam will test your competence to perform the work of a pharmacy technician. Becoming a certified pharmacy technician is a great step to advance your career. Start your test prep now with our free PTCB practice exam.
PTCB Practice Questions:
To report the theft of controlled substances.
To report the inventory levels of controlled substances.
To document the destruction of controlled substances.
To order schedule II drugs.
Nothing by mouth.
Every other day.
New patient only.
Congestive Heart Failure.
None of the above.
A proton pump inhibitor.
An ACE inhibitor.
122 mL of the 50% and 678 mL of the 5%
111 mL of the 50% and 889 mL of the 5%
100 mL of the 50% and 700 mL of the 5%
89 mL of the 50% and 711 mL of the 5%
Ominibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
Calcium Channel Blocker.
About the PTCB Exam:
When you take the Pharmacy Technician Exam, you will have 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete 90 multiple choice questions. The scores are calculating using a statistical method to adjust for the exam’s relative difficulty, so there is no way to know exactly how many correct answers are needed to pass. However, scores are provided immediately after completing the test and feedback is provided which indicates your stronger and weaker areas of performance.
This exam is administered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and the PTCB certification is valid nationwide. After passing the PTCB Exam you may use the CPhT designation after your name. The certification is valid for 2 years and you can re-certify after completing 20 hours of continuing education or by retaking the exam.
The pharmacy tech exam is challenging, so make sure you do plenty of test prep. Be sure to take our PTCB practice test, but also work through as many additional PTCB practice questions as possible.