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Friday, September 7, 2007


It is that time of year when new pharmacy graduates stress and cram for the NABP licensing exam. I remember days of wanting to vomit or jump in front of a bus because that dreaded masterpiece of obscure pharmacy knowledge loomed before me. I decided to eat two scoops of torture and take the state law exam on the same day. Tears and a feeling of impending doom were all that was left afterwards. I took a great beating that day and just knew I blew it.

I passed the NABP beastie on the first try. I took law a second time. I failed law by one stinking point. Maybe that was where the doom came from. Note to grads, take them on separate days so your brain does not turn into runny discombobulated mush.

Now some shenanigans have ensued. Some douche-bag that cheated his/her way through college has managed to procure a copy of the NABP exam. This means that several deserving grads have to wait even longer to take their exam. The person(s) responsible for the exam content theft should not EVER be allowed to take it or practice medicine in any way, shape, or form. This is like using steroids in professional sports----utter abomination!

Is public hanging or stoning allowed?

Sorry grads, you will just have to hold that nauseating dread for a bit longer!


Pharmer Jane said...

The douche-bag is a professor at one of the pharmacy schools in Georgia. Apparently he's been giving out test questions for years. What a jerk.

Anonymous said...

The "douche-bag" happens to be one of the most respected names in the southeast as far as pharmacy is concerned. His review just happens to be quite similar to what the NABP offers for money. It is essentially the same as a Kaplan review and no he doesn't go take the test and copy the questions. The review course is accredited CE that the state of Georgia requires fallen pharmacists or pharmacists that have let their license lapse take in order to be licensed to practice again.