PTCB practice quiz/exam #6 is one of several unofficial practice exams on this site. These PTCB / ExCPT practice tests help prepare students for the pharmacy tech exams. Practicing with the same (multiple choice) format as the real pharmacy tech test will better prepare you. The sample questions on the practice exams are about everyday pharmacy technician knowledge and duties. This quiz is 20 Questions and should take about 20 minutes maximum.
Which of the following NSAID drugs is classified as a COX-2 Inhibitor:
Which of the following quantities would be correct for this formula:
betamethasone 0.1% ketoconazole 2% hydrocortisone 0.5% 1:2:1, Mitte 60 g
A. 15g of ketoconazole
B. 30g of betamethasone
C. 30g of hydrocortisone
D. 30g of ketoconazole
How to do this one
Drug 'Y' has a cost of $1.33 per 500mg tab. Your pharmacy charges 40% markup + $6.50 disp. fee. There is a local sales tax of 7.75%. Prescription drug orders are statutorily exempt from tax. The register system just went down and a customer is picking up a prescription of 30 tabs of drug 'Y' and a new pill organizer box, which is on clearance for $2.99. They are paying cash and have no insurance. What is their grand total?
Which of the following auxiliary labels would you use on this prescription:
Which of the following hypodermic needles has the smallest nominal outer diameter?
A. 16 Gauge
B. 28 Gauge
C. 14 Gauge
D. 24 Gauge
Phentermine is a drug which is approved by the FDA to be prescribed as an appetite suppressant. It is also classified as a controlled substance. Which Drug Enforcement Agency Schedule is Phentermine listed in?
It is 0900 and your hospital pharmacy receives an order for amoxicillin 500mg stat and then q6h. If your hospital only stocks 250mg capsules and the unit dose carts are exchanged at 1600, how many capsules will you send out now?
a. 4 capsules
b. 2 capsules
c. 6 capsules
d. 8 capsules
Which of the following drugs have common side effects that include nausea and vomiting, excessive growth of body hair and gum tissue, ataxia and sedation?
Which of the following concentration strengths is the most concentrated?
To re-certify, the PTCB requires a minimum of 20 contact hours of qualified continuing education in pharmacy-related topics every two years. At least one of the twenty hours must be in ___________.
B. Customer service
D. Pharmacy law
A patient is to receive 150mL IV in a 3 hour period. If the drop factor is 60, at what rate should the IV run?
The ExCPT - PTCB Practice Test questions on this site are not endorsed by the PTCB or ICPT. The questions on the ExCPT - PTCB Practice Tests are not taken from any official exam. The questions were composed from everyday problem solving issues that pharmacy technicians face in their day-to-day duties. The free practice exams are totally unofficial and only here for informational, educational and entertainment purposes.