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GPhC: September 2018 pre-reg exam pass rate rises to 65%

The pass rate for September’s registration exam rose by seven percentage points this year, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has revealed.

The results show that 65% of students who sat the exam passed, compared with 58% who passed the September 2017 exam.

A total of 834 candidates sat the exam on September 27, 2018, of which 544 passed, the pharmacy regulator said.

GPhC chief executive Duncan Rudkin wished those who passed well, and commended those who had helped train them.

After this year's June exam, candidates complained that one paper did not accurately reflect daily pharmacist practice, which the GPhC board of assessors responded to in September.

Click here to view the pass list for the September 2018 exam.

September exam pass rates since 2011
Date
Pass rate
2018
65%
2017
58%
2016
41%
2015
64%
2014
61%
2013
76%
2012
58%
2011
88%

How did you do in the exam? Listen to C+D’s podcasts to learn what you should do next.

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If you were unsuccessful, this article describes how you can come back from a setback.

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