Barron’s PTCE with Online Test: Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam contains all of the latest information about upcoming changes to the PTCE exam scheduled to go into effect in January 2020. You’ll get detailed review, full-length practice tests, and answer explanations to help you master the material and pass the exam.
This updated edition will be aligned with the 2020 test change and features:
Two full-length practice tests in the book with detailed answer explanations
One additional full-length practice exam online with detailed explanations
A full-length pretest designed to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses before beginning your review
Review content that covers all of the major topic areas and knowledge domains of the latest official PTCE blueprint
Hundreds of practice questions with detailed answer explanations for extra preparation
All of the latest information about pharmacy technician certification requirements, PTCE scoring, steps for scheduling the PTCE, and test-taking skills, important tips, and winning strategies
About the Author
About the Author Sacha Koborsi-Tadros received her Doctor of Pharmacy from The Chicago College of Pharmacy at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Illinois. She is an educator as well as a pharmacy consultant and professional speaker. She is an instructor of both the Allied Health department and Social and Human Services department at Columbus State Community College in Columbus, OH. As an educator, Dr. Tadros has instructed dental hygiene students in pharmacology and has participated in professional board review courses. She also instructs pharmacology courses, specializing in substance abuse prevention and treatment. Most recently, she has helped develop and instruct pharmacy technician courses to prepare students for certification. As a consultant, Dr. Tadros has a vital role in promoting pharmacy technicians by serving as a consultant to other colleges in the area. As a professional speaker, she has presented on various topics including herbals, substances of abuse, and pharmacy technician training. She has also received recognition by the PTCB to serve as an advocate educator.
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