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Jurisprudence exam goes online April 20, 2009

March 10, 2009

The process for writing the ACP jurisprudence exam is changing. The exam will be in electronic form only and candidates will choose a location, date and time convenient to them to challenge the exam. The Alberta College of Pharmacists will no longer administer monthly paper exams.

Testing sites will be available in the following Alberta cities:

 Blairmore   Calgary (2 sites)    Cold Lake
 Edmonton (2 sites)    Grande Prairie  Fort McMurray
 Lethbridge  Medicine Hat  Lloydminster
 Peace River               Red Deer   St. Paul

Registering for the exam will be a two-part process that candidates will initiate from a secure section of our website when they are ready to challenge the jurisprudence exam. This process will open on April 6, 2009.  For more details on the new online process, visit the Registration & Licensure section of ACP's website.

Originally published in the March 10, 2009, issue of The Link


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