The Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada
PEBC is the national certification body for the profession of pharmacy in Canada. Prometric administers three examinations, as computer-based exams, on behalf of PEBC: the Pharmacist Evaluating Examination, the Pharmacist Qualifying Examination - Part I (MCQ) and the Pharmacy Technician Qualifying Examination - Part I (MCQ).
The Pharmacist Evaluating Examination and the Pharmacist Qualifying Examination Part I - (MCQ) are offered across Canada and internationally. The Pharmacy Technician Qualifying Examination - Part I (MCQ) is offered only in Canada.
Taking Your Exam
You can take your exam on-site at a Prometric test center or at home with remote proctoring. For exams on-site at a Prometric test center, review the Candidate Information and the Rules of Conduct for computer-based exams on the PEBC Website.
A remote proctored exam uses your own computer, Internet, web camera and built-in microphone/speakers. After downloading the testing platform application and launching your exam, a live proctor monitors you throughout your exam session. Before choosing remote proctoring, check that your computer meets the requirements for Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician exams, including doing a System Check in advance.