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The Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE) is examinations taken by individuals seeking licensure in the pharmaceutical field. The exam is taken by those who have graduated or are anticipating graduation of a college pharmacy program. Passing scores are required to become a licensed pharmacist.
The MPJE is required as a prerequisite for a pharmacy license in 43 states. It tests knowledge of pharmacy law. Individuals can sit for the MPJE, a computer-adaptive exam, at a PearsonVUE test center in their area. The MPJE is considered computer-adaptive because it presents questions based on answers to previous questions on the test.
The MPJE lasts two hours and consists of 90 multiple-choice questions. Only 60 of these questions are actually scored. The other questions are used for pretesting purposes. The cost of taking the MPJE in 2009 is $200.
A little over three quarters of the questions on the MPJE are questions on pharmacy practice. Questions on licensure, registration, certification and operational requirements make up 17 percent of the test, and the remaining 5 percent of questions are related to regulatory structure and terms.
Test takers must answer at least 77 of 90 questions on the MPJE to have their score reported, and the minimum passing score is 75. According to the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, the MPJE score is calculated by first determining the candidate’s ability level and then comparing it to the predetermined minimum-acceptable ability level established for the MPJE.
The questions on the MPJE are divided among three content areas:
Pharmacy Practice – 83%
Licensure, Registration, Certification, and Operational Requirements – 15%
General Regulatory Processes – 2%
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