Standardized Test Issues - MPJE

The Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam or MPJE is a national licensing exam for pharmacy program graduates wishing to practice pharmacy in a U.S. jurisdiction. The MPJE is not an exam to get into a pharmacy program. The MPJE is instead an exam to get the license to practice pharmacy once one completes the pharmacy program. Passing the MPJE is its own challenge. MPJE statistics show that about eighty percent of pharmacy graduates pass the exam. The other twenty percent have multiple opportunities for retaking the exam. But the MPJE presents two other challenges that could affect your pharmacy licensure: (1) misconduct outside of the exam, whether in qualifying for the exam or complying with the confidentiality and security requirements; and (2) misconduct during the exam. MPJE misconduct charges could cost you your pharmacy license and career. If MPJE officials have accused you of misconduct inside or outside the exam, don't underestimate the potential impact of those charges. Instead, retain national school discipline defense attorney advisor Joseph D. Lento and the Lento Law Firm's defense team for your best defense representation and outcome. Your pharmacy license and practice are worth getting the premier help you need for the best possible outcome.

What Is the MPJE?

The MPJE is a two-and-a-half hour licensing exam that the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy administers for each jurisdiction using the exam. The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy is a private nonprofit professional organization. While the MPJE tests pharmacists, the exam is not a test of pharmaceutical properties but instead of how a pharmacist must practice pharmacy to comply with the jurisdiction's laws. The MPJE tests the application of pharmacy laws to pharmacy practice. Hence, the exam's