PCAT STUDY TIPS & RESOURCES

GETTING STARTED

LEARN ABOUT THE PCAT

The Pharmacy College Admission Test, or PCAT, is a primarily multiple-choice, computer-based, standardized exam that is required for admission to pharmacy schools. Get started by learning the PCAT basics.

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DAT STUDY PLANS

Creating your PCAT study guide is one of the most important aspects of preparing for the PCAT, but it can also be one of the most difficult. Start studying here.

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TAKE A FREE PRACTICE TEST

Experience the PCAT before test day with a realistic full-length practice test. See how you’d score, and get a detailed report of your strengths and weaknesses.

TAKE A QUIZ

WHAT IS YOUR PCAT SCORE?

Test your PCAT skills with 8 exam-style questions in Kaplan’s 20-Minute Workout. You’ll get explanations for every question—plus tips that will help raise your score.

PCAT POP QUIZ

Take this four-question quiz to see if you’re ready for the kinds of questions you’ll find on the PCAT. You’ll get practice with a variety of science topics and start learning Kaplan strategies for tackling those question types.

FAQ

How has the PCAT been affected by COVID-19?

Because of concerns surrounding COVID-19, testing at all Pearson VUE owned centers has been temporarily suspended. As a result PCAT April 2-3 testing has been canceled.

What if my PCAT was canceled?

If you were signed up for the April PCAT, you’ll be notified of the cancelation through email and refunded. The next PCAT administration is scheduled for July 2020.

how will cancellations or postponements affect admissions?

July PCAT administrations will be able to match applications in the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 applicant cycles. Still, the safest thing you can do is reach out to any schools you were planning on applying to with your April PCAT score to ensure your admissions process goes smoothly.

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