PCAT Test Prep by Kaplan

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Everything You Need for PCAT Success
The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) is a standardized exam used by pharmacy schools as part of their admissions process to assess an applicant’s academic ability and scientific knowledge. Kaplan PCAT Test Prep is offered to currently enrolled ACPHS students who are not entered into the College's early assurance program.

Each class is delivered via live online classroom sessions. Due to the College's exclusive agreement with Kaplan, this course is offered at a significant discount.

The schedule for the next set of PCAT classes is now available - see the schedule below for more information.

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to describe the sections on the PCAT exam.

Not only is Kaplan the Official Provider of PCAT Test Prep, but it's also exclusively endorsed by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. If you're interested in pharmacy school, this course will fully prepare you for success on the exam.
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Advantages of PCAT Prep at ACPHS
In addition to the savings student receive for taking PCAT Test Prep at ACPHS, they will also have access to teachers who can answer questions via real-time chat.

Between instructor support, thousands of practice questions and diagnostic tests to help identify strengths and weaknesses on different parts of the exam, students are guaranteed a higher score on the PCAT. Lesson books, flashcards, review notes, online workshops and a Prep On-the-Go mobile enabled PCAT course provide supporting materials to re-enforce lessons learned in class.

If you're interested in attending pharmacy school and want to strengthen your application, taking the Kaplan PCAT Test Prep course is a smart choice. The Registrar's Office at the College handles all PCAT Test Prep registrations.


discount for ACPHS students
Live, Online classroom sessions
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Additional Questions?

Interested in registering, but still have questions? ACPHS Associate Professor Dr. Eric Yager can help.