ExCPT / PTCB practice quiz #9 is one of several unofficial practice exams on this site. These pharmacy tech practice tests help prepare pharmacy tech students for the PTCB or ExCPT exams. Practicing with the same (multiple choice) format as the real pharmacy tech exam 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.
All of the following are anti-diabetic agents except:
Your retail pharmacy sells products at: 25% markup over wholesale + a set dispensing fee of $2.85. The total retail cost at pickup for 90 tablets of a particular drug is $119.85. What is your pharmacy's wholesale cost per tablet?
Three separate drugs are required to make a 3:5:7 450g ointment. How much of each drug is needed, respectively?
A. 70g; 140g; 240g
B. 90g; 150g; 210g
C. 100g; 100g; 250g
D. 150g; 150g; 150g
How many milliliters of a 1:2000 Drug "I" solution and a 7% Drug "I" solution mixed would make 120ml of a 3.5% solution of drug "I"?
A. 54.6mL of 7% + 65.4mL of 1:2000
B. 59.6mL of 7% + 60.4mL of 1:2000
C. 20.0mL of 7% + 100 mL of 1:2000
D. 65.4mL of 7% + 54.2mL of 1:2000
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Which DEA form is used to report the theft or loss of controlled substances?
A. DEA Form 69
B. DEA Form 224b
C. DEA Form 41
D. DEA Form 106
To be in compliance with the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005, an individual's purchase of pseudoephedrine must be limited to ________ in a 24 hour period.
D. none of the above
What is the full price of 90 tablets of "Drug Y", assuming your cost for 500 tablets is $425.00 with a 28% markup and a dispensing fee of $4.85 ?
OxyIR® is a Schedule II opioid analgesic. The generic name for OxyIR® is:
An IV has been ordered to run at 10 drops/min. It contains 450mg of a particular drug in a total of 1000mL. How many mg of of the drug will the patient received per hour if the set is calibrated to delivered 60 drops/mL?
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