I'm considering becoming a pharm. tech.

by pw
(NJ)

what's my first step? the ptcb test seems advanced. what course is recommended? what is the difference between certified / registered / licensed? and how to achieve them ?

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I'm considering becoming a pharm. tech.

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Nov 16, 2010
YOU DON'T NEED SCHOOL
by: MELI

BASICALLY THIS WHOLE WEBSITE IS UR SCHOOL, WISH I'D FOUND IT BEFORE FLUSHING $10,000 DOWN THE DRAIN... ANYWAY U BASICALLY HAVE TO KNOW UR DRUGS AND MATH EVERYTHING THAT IS ON THE WEBSITE STUDY IT UNTIL U NO IT AND ARE CONFIDENT TO TAKE THE TEST. REGISTERED MEANS UR REGISTERED WITH THE STATE, CERTIFIED MEANS U PASSED THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS OF BECOMING A PHARMACY TECH SOME STATES DON'T REQUIRE SOME DO. AND I THINK LICENSED IS THE SAME THING....

Feb 20, 2011
Which Exam should I take first? Certificate or PTCB?
by: Anonymous

What is the different between certificate exam and ptcb exam?

Apr 14, 2011
PTCE vs PTCB
by: Anonymous

Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE)
and
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)

I have heard the PTCE and the PTCB. Pharmacy exams are all referred to as PTCB exams.
If you are looking to become a Pharmacy Tech go to:
www.ptcb.org and research the requirements.

Oct 31, 2011
pharmacy technician with no experience
by: Anonymous

Hello, I'm really interested in become pharmacy tech. But, I have no experience or money to go to school. I have a friend that didn't go to school for that, but she was working as a cashier for a pharmacy and they asked her to became a pharmacy tech. I just want to know if I study on my own, can I still can become a pharmacy tech? I want to do everything by the rules, Especially since I live in Florida and they are pretty strict with the laws. Please help??? thank you.

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