A Canadian
Watch Video Presentation
Evaluating Exams
Qualifying Exams Part I
Qualifying Exams Part II (OSCE)
Technician Evaluating Exam
Technician Qualifying Exam
Technician OSPE
Books for Sale
Why Pharmacy Prep?
Registration / Enrollment
Financial Assistance
Guest House
Online Lectures
Contact Us
Secure Fee Payment
Student Jobs at Pharmacy Prep
Pharmacy Technician OSPE
Review classes Enroll Now
The OSPE is a highly challenging test that puts your pharmacy knowledge, critical thinking and communication skills under magnifying glass. The exam is structured to put your mental powers to the limit under highly enforced time limit. Those who come poorly prepared find it an intimidating experience. Pharmacy prep offers the most comprehensive course in 5 weeks with class room instructions, sterile prep training, compounding skills and simulated exams.

OSPE Training Scenarios at Pharmacy Prep - Sample Videos
Sample OSCE Scenario
Sample OSCE Scenario
Sample OSPE Scenario
Sample OSPE Scenario
Sample OSPE Scenario
Sample OSPE Scenario
In-Class course schedule   Click here for Crash Program

Toronto Campus

Mississauga/Brampton Campus

Start Date: August 2, 2015
Start Date: August 7, 2015
  • 1 days / Wk for 5 wks
  • Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • 1 days / Wk for 5 wks
  • Friday 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Super Crash Course Toronto

Super Crash Course Vancouver

Start Date: Aug 27-28, 2015
Start Date:July 1 - 3, 2015
  • 2 days of OSPE MOCK exams
  • Each day 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Held at The Michener Institute
  • 3 day crash course
  • Each day 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Enroll now or to Enroll via phone please contact us
Copyright - 2014 All rights reserved
  Disclaimer:PEBC® registered trademarks owned by the Pharmacy Examination Board of Canada, this Reference Guide, review classes or this web site is in no way authorized or sponsored by the PEBC®. Pharmacy Prep® is a registered trademark of Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Inc. Any unauthorized use of this trade mark would be considered the violation of law.
  Reproduction, discussion, and distribution of previous board exam (PEBC®, FPGEE®, NAPLEX®) questions is copyright violation. At pharmacy prep, we strictly avoid and do NOT encourage these activities.