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  1. Nameste ji It happened due to your strong guidance and support,I passed both MCQ and OSPE thanks v much ! Arsh singh dad
  2. Nameste ji It happened due to your strong guidance and support,I passed both MCQ and OSPE thanks v much ! Arsh singh dad
  3. Hello sir ... This is Pravina and just want to inform u that I had passed my exam Thank you very much for all ur support
  4. Hello sir ... This is Pravina and just want to inform u that I had passed my exam Thank you very much for all ur support
  5. I am thrilled to say I have passed my pebc(Ospe and Mcq). I want to thank you for your course and workbook which provided me with the structure and problem solving skills required for a test of this style. I have already recommended your course to some friends who unfortunately were not successful. Thank you Misbah. Rachel Gallant
  6. I am thrilled to say I have passed my pebc(Ospe and Mcq). I want to thank you for your course and workbook which provided me with the structure and problem solving skills required for a test of this style. I have already recommended your course to some friends who unfortunately were not successful. Thank you Misbah. Rachel Gallant
  7. Pharmacy Prep Pharmacy Technicians Heartiest congratulations on your great success. All the best
  8. Heartiest Congraduations. PharmacyPREP for your amazing success in your osce NOV 2013
  9. Dear Dr. Mosbah Thank you so much, I am speechless. I have No things to say, just you are amazing dr. You made father dream come true. I passed my MCQ. sara alhamami sent from iphone. pharmacyprep@Hotmail.com
  10. Heartiest Congradulations Pharmacy PREP students on you your amazing success in Qualifying MCQ and OSCE exams.
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