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AUSTRALIAN PHARMACY REGISTRATION EXAM

Sunday, 7 August 2011


From 1 July 2010 candidates who provide evidence of having completed secondary schooling and pharmacy tertiary education in English in South Africa as well as stream B candidates may be exempted from undertaking the English language requirement.







All Educational credentials with fee to be sent to the Australian Pharmacy Council (APC), Australia.


EQUIVALENCE EXAMS





KAPS (formerly known as APEC Stage-1 Exam) KAPS means knowledge Assessment of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The KAPS Examination consists of :-

100 MCQs in the Morning and100 MCQs in the Evening of the same day
CAOP means Competency Assessment for Overseas Pharmacists


The CAOP Examination consists of : -

105 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
100 practice-based questions

5 calculation questions
1 short answer question

Pharmacy Board of Australia’s Oral exam 

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