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All you need to do is choose which course your would like to enter. Once you have decided, go to the login page.

Once there, all you have to do is:

  1. Click "Create new account" at the bottom of the login page.
  2. Fill out your details with a valid email address.
  3. Access your emails and click on the confirmation link.
  4. Select which course you would like to enrol in.
  5. Pay via PayPal.
  6. You can now access the full course. From now on you will only need to enter your personal username and password (in the form on this page) to log in and access any course you have enrolled in.
The CAOP consists of one paper of 105 multiple choice questions (MCQ) which include calculations, plus one short answer question, to be taken over three hours. It is based on the current competencies for Australian pharmacy practice. This examination is available four times per year in London, Auckland and all capital cities in Australia.
Candidates will need to have a qualification from a recognised tertiary institution that is considered by Australian Education International and the APC to be comparable to a four year pharmacy degree at an Australian university. If your qualification was obtained prior to 1 January 2006, then you must have completed at least a three year program to be eligible. Overseas trained pharmacists must also be registered or be eligible for registration as a pharmacist in the country in which the qualification was obtained
Have a look at our costing page. We estimate that if you are Stream B the overall cost is near $6000 whereas just Stream A costs around $4000.
In our opinion, at least 3 months (5 hours/day). Remember, it is more about quality than quantity, do not plan to do 5 hours a day and then spend your time drawing pretty notes and diagrams. Figure out what you do not know, that you need to know, and then learn accordingly.
National average for APEC pass rate is about 90% whereas CAOP passing rate for foreign graduates is about 70%.
It is mainly pharmacology, with some pharmaceutical calculations in the context of Australian pharmacy law.
Yes, pay more attention on drugs in the following categories: Cardiology, Nervous System, Diabetes, Depression, Asthma, Diuretics.
Very selective, only very common ailments that are found in pharmacy these include coughs and cold, gastro, ocular and skin.
Do practice questions from this site we have a specialized exam setup called marathon, it basically tests whether you are ready to do the exam, it only gives you one try so you have to prepare as if it is the real exam.
Yes, take it easy, if you have done your homework right, you will ace the exam. Relax, take the test with full stomach, cheerful face and confident mind. Take one of your friends or family members to accompany you to the test center, it helps. Good luck!
It is company policy not to give out our phone number although we respond to emails very quickly.
Tutor support allows our student to access a trained pharmacy professional if they have any queries. There are no live sessions or tutor groups this is all upto you. However, we do have a student forum where you can communicate to other subscribers.
Yes, the course is set out chronologically with learning resources at the top going down to the exams at the bottom. It is best to read through all the materials on the site (mainly in the Gold course) and then do the exams at the end. When your sample APEC exams have been automatically marked you can review what you got wrong or right and go over the corresponding resources again.
The APEC Exam is the qualifying examination in Australia which allows the candidate with a pharmacy degree to practice as a pharmacist. It is created and moderated by the Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) and allows the person to join the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.