Technical Instructions:

    • Please use Chrome as a browser to take this assessment
    • Use a computer or laptop and make sure you do not use an iPad or phone to take this assessment
    • You will have 1 attempt to sit this paper before your scheduled review date, please ensure that your internet connection is reliable and uninterrupted before starting the assessment. Repeat attempts will not be granted before the mock review day.
    • Once you start the assessment you can adjust your learning experience according to your preference using the accessibility tool on the right.
    • You can view the question numbers at the top of your screen, questions will appear yellow before answering. Questions will appear green once they have been answered.
    • You answer questions by selecting the radio button next to the correct option.
    • The Previous and Next buttons on the bottom of this screen will be available throughout the assessment.
    • At any point in the assessment, you can see how much time you have remaining in the upper corner of the screen. 
    • You can flag questions you want to return to later. To flag a question, click on the flag at the start of the question. If you flag a question for review, a frame will appear around the question number in your question panel. If you wish to unflag the question, click on the flag again and the frame will be removed.
  • When you reach the last question you will be prompted to submit and end exam.
  • For questions that show the resource logo, you can either click on preview or download the resource. 
  • For the part 1 assessment an on screen calculator will be available. The calculator button will be shown in the top left hand corner

Instructions for the ProPharmace Paper 1 Online Mock Assessment

  • This mock assessment has been developed to support you with preparing for the GPhC registration assessment.
  • There are 40 questions in this online assessment
  • The time allowance for this paper is 120 minutes
  • You will score one mark for each correct answer, no marks will be deducted for incorrect answers or omissions.
  • Answer the questions as though you were a pharmacist, not a pre-registration trainee pharmacist
  • For each question, please enter your numerical answer in the box provided WITHOUT the units. For example, if the answer is 5.4mL, write only 5.4 without the units. Writing the units will result in an incorrect answer. You do not need to use a space or a comma for thousands.
  • Unless specified, give all your answers to the nearest whole number
  • Use a GPhC approved calculator for this mock.
  • Make sure you have read the technical instructions before proceeding.



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Your Grade: Empty

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Instructions for the ProPharmace Paper 2 Online Mock Assessment

  • This assessment has been developed to support you with preparing for the GPhC registration assessment.
  • There are 120 questions in this online assessment.
  • The time allowance for this paper is 150 minutes
  • There are 90 single best answer questions each with five options, and 30 extended matching questions each with eight options.
  • You will score one mark for each correct answer, no marks will be deducted for incorrect answers or omissions.
  • Answer the questions as though you were a pharmacist, not a pre-registration trainee pharmacist
  • For questions that show the resource logo, please refer to the resource pack to complete the question.
  • You will have 1 attempt to sit this paper before your scheduled review date
  • Use the green accessibility tool on the right to adjust your learning experience according to your preference

Number of attempts left: 3

Your Grade: Empty

You scored Empty/ 120

1. An example of a calculation question is below:

A 6-year-old child is taking Gaviscon Original Aniseed Relief suspension 10 mL four times a day. Gaviscon Original Aniseed Relief suspension contains 3.1 mmol Na+/5 mL. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of salt for a 6-year-old child is 3 g (equivalent to 1.2 g sodium) per day. The relative atomic mass of sodium is 23. What percentage of this child’s recommended daily salt allowance is contained in the total daily dose of Gaviscon Original Aniseed Relief suspension? Give your answer to the nearest whole number.

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2. Single best answer questionsHere is an example of a single best answer (SBA) question:

A 68-year-old man is experiencing an acute attack of gout. He had an MI three years ago and has mild osteoarthritis but is otherwise well. He is taking the following medication:

-aspirin 75 mg once daily
-atorvastatin 40 mg once daily
-ramipril 10 mg once daily
-co-codamol 30/500 mg two tablets up to four times a day as required

He has no known drug allergies.

Which of the following is the most suitable drug treatment for his acute attack of gout?
3. Extended matching questions
Here is an example of an extended matching question (EMQ):
Select the most likely possible consequence of the drug interaction from the listAn 83-year-old woman takes the following medication:

-isosorbide mononitrate 50 mg m/r daily
-aspirin 75 mg daily
-amlodipine 10 mg daily

She has been newly prescribed simvastatin 40 mg at night.
4. Extended matching questions
Here is an example of an extended matching question (EMQ):
Select the most likely possible consequence of the drug interaction from the list:A 64-year-old man takes escitalopram 20 mg daily for generalised anxiety disorder. He had a transient ischaemic attack 12 years ago and has recently been diagnosed with non-valvular atrial fibrillation. He has been newly prescribed dabigatran etexilate 150 mg twice daily.
5. Extended matching questions
Here is an example of an extended matching question (EMQ):
Select the most likely possible consequence of the drug interaction from the list:A 37-year-old man takes methadone hydrochloride 1 mg/mL oral solution 90 mg daily for opioid addiction. He has been diagnosed with depression by his GP who has prescribed citalopram 20 mg daily. The man has no other relevant medical history and has no known allergies.

 

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