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Pearson VUE delivers two types of PTCB credential exams:

  1. PTCB Credential Exams
    • PTCB Certification Exams include the Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination (PTCE) and the Compounded Sterile Preparation Technician (CSPT) Exam.
    • PTCB Assessment-Based Certificate Exams include the Billing and Reimbursement Exam, Controlled Substances Diversion Prevention Exam, Hazardous Drug Management Exam, Medication History Exam and Technician Product Verification Exam.

    These exams are delivered in Pearson Professional Centers and other physical test centers nationwide.

  2. The Official PTCB Practice Exam for the PTCE is delivered on your own computer at your convenience.

Depending which type of exam you would like to take, you will need a different username and password to use on the Pearson VUE website.

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PTCB Certification Exams (PTCE & CSPT Exam) and/or PTCB Assessment-Based Certificate Exams

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Official PTCB Practice Exam for the PTCE*

Please note: We are making updates to streamline the PTCB Practice Exam purchase process. While we make system upgrades, practice exams will be unavailable from November 24 through December 8. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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