Path to Becoming a Licensed Pharmacist in Canada

Step 01: National ID

Step 02: PEBC ID

Step 03: First Exam

Pass the PEBC Evaluating Exam

Step 04: Second Exam

Pass the PEBC Qualifying MCQ Exam

Step 05: Third Exam

Pass the PEBC Qualifying OSCE Exam

Final Steps

IELTS, Bridging course, Jurisprudence exam, and internship.

licensURE IS THE GOLDEN TICKET

Write the Evaluating Exam with a Smile of Confidence

Taking the PEBC exams is a huge milestone in your life; that’s why this course will surround you with friends and colleagues to support you.

Learn

With our LIVE online and recorded lectures filled interaction, and handouts that are not just fun to read but it also make it easy to retain and remember the information.

Network

We believe in study groups like no one else, discuss all your questions with your peers on our group in the platform. So you feel supported and confidant.

Success

With our revision lectures, tailored calculation lectures, and huge question bank, you will be fully equipped to pass the Evaluating Exam if you made enough dedication.

Everything You Need

  • 30 lessons with video and text.
  • 12 revision lessons.
  • 100 downloadable handouts and guidelines.
  • Quizzes after each lesson to ensure optimal learning.
  • 3000+ questions including mock exams.
  • 1-year access to all lessons, files, PDF and videos.
  • 14-day money-back guarantee–no questions asked.

All of the above for one-time payment:

Pricing

Two installments

439 CAD

tWICE PAYMENT
  • 3 months, then 9 months access.
  • Half of material on each installment.
One Payment

849 CAD

One time payment
  • Full year access of the course.
  • Full material available for downlead instantly.

Common Questions

According to the PEBC latest changes, you have to pass Document Evaluation before you are able to apply for the Evaluating Examination. Please apply for Document Evaluation as early as possible to ensure you do not miss the deadline.

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How to do the document evaluation?

  1. Create a profile in Pharmacists Gateway Canada

2. Apply for the PEBC Document Evaluation

Document-Evauation Application Steps
You will need to prepare three envelopes that are sent to the PEBC, 1st envelope sent by you, see below details, envelop 2 sent by your university, envelope 3 sent by your licensing body.
Envelope one contents

Send envelope one to this address:
The Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC)
200-59 Hayden Street
Toronto, ON  M4Y 0E7
CANADA

Envelopes two and three can be sent by email to this email address [email protected] directly from your university and licensing body.

Please fill this document with your name and details, let the lawyer or commissioner certify it, then put it in your own envelope.

Please check the upcoming dates and deadlines on the PEBC page.

Please visit Pharmacist Gateway Canada’s website for details about the fees according to the province.

  • Five months duration.
  • The next meetings will be always on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays starting from the 27th of January 2024.

Yes! Try to attend the e-elearning modules by the Ontario College of Pharmacists, they will help you learn about the Canadian Healthcare System.

Yes, all our lectures are recorded and you will find them on the platform within 24-48 hours from the lecture time.

Yes, you do, get our graphically designed, fun to read and easy-to-remember handouts in PDF format to be downloaded once you register in the course. You will find it under the materials tab.

Yes, we do have comprehensive questions bank of more than 3000 questions and the number is growing.

This course, AS A BUNDLE of lectures, handouts and question bank, is enough for the evaluating exam, and you don’t need any additional resources.

The material and question bank is in English, but the lectures are explained in Arabic

Yes! you can apply to Windmill Microlending program.

Windmill Microlending is a non-profit serving newcomers to Canada since 2005. Windmill offers low-interest, affordable career loans of up to $15,000 to help skilled immigrants and refugees pay for the costs of education and training programs, credentials, licensing and more to reach their career goals.

Windmill supports newcomers who arrive with education, skills and experience but face significant barriers to employment. For many immigrants, what prevents them from entering the labour market is a lack of financial support.

WHAT CAN A LOAN BE USED FOR?

  • Education and training programs (two years or less), including courses
  • Licensing and qualifying exams fees
  • Living allowance during study time
  • Travel expenses to take courses or exams not available in your area · Credential assessment (CES, WES, ICAS, IQAS or MIFI)
  • Professional association fees
  • Books, course materials and work equipment
  • English or French language training
  • Relocation costs for employment
  • Other costs related to your career may be considered

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

  • Immigrants and internationally-educated individuals living in Canada
  • Permanent residents, Canadian citizens, protected persons, convention refugees and provincial nominees
  • Newcomers who intend to work in the same field they trained in outside of Canada or to apply their transferable skills to a new career
  • Immigrants who don’t have an undischarged bankruptcy or a consumer proposal For more information, visit: Windmill Microlending

The instructor is not responsible for any technical difficulties or issues you face while using our online platform.

You can contact our support department through the following: 

💬 Submit your query on our Support Forum

📱 Direct messaging through WhatsApp

📧 Email on [email protected]

📹Meet with us, and book a pre-sale appointment

Please find it here.

💡The password for the handouts is your email address

Course Content

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Professional Practice Skills (15%)

BEHAVIOURAL, SOCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PHARMACY SCIENCES (10%)
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES (15%)
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (25%)
Clinical Sciences (35%)
Lesson Content
Revision and Mock

About Instructor

Mohamed Habash

Passing the licensure exams was a great challenge because I stayed approximately more than 17 years away from studying. I started the journey in March 2017 by looking for the sources of learning materials and restarting concentration and creating the inner motives. It was hard, but I accomplished it by bypassing the PEBC Evaluating Exam for the first time in January 2018. After that, it was the time for the most challenging pharmacy exam anywhere; it is the qualifying exam. Again, I did it the first time. During this long journey, I have known many pharmacists from different countries as I joined many social platforms. My prominent role was answering thousands of questions at these platforms and explaining many scientific topics. Then, RxCourse provided me with a suitable environment to put all my efforts in a well-arranged manner, enabling me to help more and more students pass PEBC exams

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Course Includes

  • 47 Lessons
  • 64 Topics
  • 104 Quizzes

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Fuad Alrefaei
Posted 3 months ago
rx course very important for your journey

i find this course and its the beast ever , it helps you to pass your exams easily and in an innovative way , thanks a lot those responsible for it .

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ELTAYEB MOHAMED
Posted 3 months ago
Good course

Well organized

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Mad Sah
Posted 3 months ago
a very good teacher

a very good teacher

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Violette fawaz
Posted 3 months ago
This course is more than sufficient

I want to express my sincere gratitude for the dedication you’ve shown to the RxCourse. This course is exceptional on many levels, from the design of the handouts and lectures to the quizzes and the remarkable Qbank. Above all, the sense of coziness and belonging it fosters is most astounding to me. I highly recommend this course to anyone embarking on their licensing journey.

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Batoul Baydoun
Posted 3 months ago
Simply the best

Dr. Habash's dedication is truly remarkable. He possesses a unique talent for simplifying even the most complex topics, making them accessible to all students. His expertise is evident throughout the course, and I highly recommend it to those fluent in Arabic.

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Lina Samman
Posted 3 months ago
highly recommended

very useful

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