IMPORTANT! FPGEC and FPGEE are now a part of NABP’s e-Profile system. Applicants logging into the NABP e-Profile system for the first time after May 2, 2018 must follow certain steps to make sure their new account is set up correctly. Click here for details.
FPGEE Score Results
FPGEE scores have been loaded into e-Profiles. Log in here to check your score.
A passing score of 75 or higher will be noted on your FPGEC Certification application. See the FPGEC Certification Timeline for information on the next steps in the evaluation process.
Effective January 1, 2012, your FPGEE score will be valid for five years from the date of the examination. Candidates who do not complete the FPGEC Certification process before their FPGEE score expires will be required to take the FPGEE again if they wish to pursue certification in the future.
The five-year validity period of an FPGEE score applies to current candidates who have already passed the FPGEE but have not obtained their FPGEC Certificate. For example, a passing score on the December 6, 2009 FPGEE is valid until December 6, 2014.
If you did not pass the FPGEE and wish to retake the test, you may retest by paying the exam fee if your eligibility has not expired. If the two-year exam eligibility period has expired, you must complete a new FPGEC application and submit two recent, identical photographs of passport size and quality and pay the appropriate fees as indicated in the FPGEC Candidate Application Bulletin. Once the FPGEC receives your application, they will reevaluate your previously submitted documentation and application before granting eligibility to retake the FPGEE.