All exam candidates for the July sit should have received a communication from Pearson VUE inviting them to book their slot for the exam. Candidates will need to create an account with Pearson VUE in order to book their slot. There are over 200 Pearson VUE exam centres in the UK. Candidates who sat the… Read more
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From July 2021 the government will be introducing the UK graduate visa that will allow applicants to work in the UK for up to two years following graduation.
The assessment period can be a very stressful time. So, no matter what your results, we’ve gathered some useful information on your options.
If you were registered to sit the March assessment exam but felt unwell in advance so decided not to sit, or if something went wrong during the exam you will need to let the GPhC know. Withdrawing from the assessment If you decided that you were not well enough to sit the exam, you must… Read more
The GPhC has announced that the postponed 2020 assessment will take place in two separate sittings. The first exam will be on the 17th March 2021 and the second will be on the 18th March 2021. All eligible candidates should have received an e-mail from the GPhC confirming these dates. Exam venues The online exams… Read more
Following on from the GPhC announcement that the delayed 2020 assessment will be held in the first quarter of 2021, here are our top tips on preparing for the exam.
The GPhC has formally announced that there will be a provisional register for pre-registration trainees who are currently undertaking their pre-registration training. Who can join the provisional register? Pre-registration trainees should note that trainees who completing their training during the 2019/20 training year and trainees who completed their training in 2019 but did not sit… Read more