REA's PCAT Flashcard Book with Online Quizzes
Raise your score with 350 must-study test questions!
REA's flashcard book for the PCAT (Pharmacy College Admission Test) helps you check your test-readiness and get a high score. The PCAT is a specialized assessment exam for those seeking admission to Pharmacy College. The exam tests the general and scientific knowledge needed for an education in the pharmaceutical industry.
Our book is packed with 350 must-study questions and answers that cover all categories tested on the PCAT: biological processes, chemical processes, critical reading, and quantitative reasoning, Our on-topic questions with detailed answers help you prepare for the material tested on the exam.
After studying with the book, go online and take 4 quizzes at the REA Study Center. These quizzes with diagnostic feedback help you pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses and identify areas in need of further study. You can also create your own flashcards and access them from any computer or smartphone.
REA's PCAT flashcards are perfect for on-the-go review and ideal for individual, classroom, or group study.
About the Author
Della Ata Khoury holds a Master of Regional Economics and Social Development, a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, all from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell. Della supplemented her education with practical experience, working as a hospital pharmacy technician for 12 years. In 2001, she obtained her national pharmacy certification through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB), becoming one of the earliest certified technicians in Massachusetts.
In 2010, Della moved on to instructing pharmacy technician programs at the LARE Institute in Andover Massachusetts (a branch of American Training) and Lincoln Technical Education in Somerville, Massachusetts. Della has taught for more than 5 years and has presented several continuing education topics specific to pharmacy technicians at national and state conferences. In 2015, she was one of 14 outstanding writers chosen by the PTCB to participate in the Remote Item Writing Drive to develop new test content for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam.