The Knowledge Assessment of Pharmaceutical Sciences (KAPS) examination comprising
Two examination papers is designed to test your knowledge of basic pharmaceutical
Sciences related to the current practice of pharmacy in Australia.
Following the successful completion of the KAPS exam, you will be considered suitable to gain entry to the registration process at the same point as an Australian pharmacy graduate and will be expected to complete the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s (PBA) registration requirements to be eligible for general registration.
STAGE I EXAMINATION
The Stage I Examination consists of two papers of multiple choice questions covering pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology and physiology, and therapeutics. It is held in Australia and overseas in March and September each year.
A skills assessment letter for migration purposes is issued after successful completion of the Stage I Examination.
STAGE II EXAMINATION
The Stage II Examination has written, practical and oral components covering the practice of pharmacy and must be attempted in the state/territory in which the supervised practice was undertaken. The examination is held in all Australian states and territories
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