Prepare for the NAPLEX with the only practice exam that uses past questions. The Pre-NAPLEX® is the official practice exam for the NAPLEX and an affordable study tool. It can be purchased for $75 and taken online, and it gives students a realistic experience to help them prepare for test day.
Many years of study and hundreds of hours as an intern have prepared you for the NAPLEX, but a trial run can help you stay on track. The practice exam offers:
|100 Exam Questions
|140-Minute Time Limit
|Past NAPLEX Questions
|Questions are similar to the NAPLEX and help you get acclimated to the format of the exam.
|Encourages you to work efficiently and simulates NAPLEX time requirements.*
|Questions from previous exams provide you with insight into the NAPLEX.
|Receive a total scaled score via email to print for your records.
Browser and System Requirements
You will need to have a computer with reliable internet access (wired, high-speed connection preferred) to take the Pre-NAPLEX. More information can be found in the Support Center.
Colleges of Pharmacy: Practice Exam Vouchers for Students
It is now easier than ever to assist students in preparing for the NAPLEX. College of pharmacy may purchase vouchers for the Pre-NAPLEX in bulk quantity to cover the cost of the practice exam for students.
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The NAPLEX, NAPLEX Advantage, and Pre-NAPLEX and its contents are the exclusive property of NABP. The NAPLEX, NAPLEX Advantage, and Pre-NAPLEX are confidential examinations protected by law, including copyright, and other applicable laws and regulations.
Individuals are expressly prohibited, at all times, from selling, offering, disclosing, making available, transmitting, copying, reproducing, purchasing, receiving, or acquiring without prior written NABP authorization, the NAPLEX, NAPLEX Advantage, and Pre-NAPLEX including, without limitation, examination questions, answers, question format, profiles, and scenarios.
If NABP obtains information indicating that an individual is engaged in the prohibited conduct described in this section, NABP, at its sole discretion, may take one or more actions against the individual including, without limitation, placement of a hold on scheduling or sitting for the NAPLEX, provision of information about the individual’s alleged misconduct to one or more boards of pharmacy or regulatory or law enforcement authorities, or pursuit of administrative, civil, or criminal proceedings or penalties.
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Last Updated: January 1, 2024