PEBC (Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada) is an Evaluating exam, to be cleared by individuals registering as pharmacists or pharmacy technicians in Canada. Candidates required to pass document evaluation before they apply for the evaluating examination. The pharmacist evaluating examination is only administered to graduates of international (non U.S, non-accredited) pharmacy programs and is required before candidates are permitted access to attempt the pharmacist Qualifying Examination.
It is a system-based exam with multiple choice pattern.
Duration : 4.25 hours
Biomedical Science (15%)
Pharmaceutical Science (25%)
Pharmacy Practice (50%)
Behavioral, Social, and Administrative Pharmacy Science(10%)
Scoring and Pass Standing:
The candidate will be given pass standing if he or she achieves at least 60% of the total potential score (200).
Candidates may take the Pharmacy Evaluating Examination a maximum of three (3) times, with one last (fourth) attempt allowed after successful completion of remediation.
Our purpose is to assist those who desire to pass the PEBC Exam on the first try, allowing them to work as licensed pharmacists and technicians in Canada.
Course Duration: The Duration of the Course is 6 Months
PEBC – 2 batches
1. December- June For June exam
2. July- January For January exam
The following international locations offer PEBC exams
Egypt (Alexandria, Cairo) India (Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai), Palestine (Ramallah), Jordan (Amman), Kenya (Nairobi), Kuwait (Kuwait), Lebanon (Beirut), Nigeria (Lagos), Oman (Muscat), Pakistan (Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore), Philippines (Cebu City), Qatar (Doha), Saudi Arabia (Jeddah, Riyadh), South Africa (Durban, Johannesburg), South Korea (Seoul), Turkey (Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir), Uganda (Kampala), United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai), United Kingdom (London), various cities across the United States.