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Webinar Date: 06/04/2024 5:00PM central
Activity Dates: 06/04/2024 - 06/04/2027

Target Audience

This webinar is designed for pharmacists preparing to take the Board of Pharmacy Specialties Psychiatric Pharmacy Specialty examination as well as faculty members and students interested in learning more about standardized test development.

Session Summary

This 2-hour webinar focuses on how standardized tests are written and constructed, developing appropriate techniques for answering standardized questions more accurately, identifying common issues in testing that may be hurting your performance, and analyzing your testing performance to improve accuracy, pacing, and endurance.

This online webinar is presented by Martin and Jane Jolley, nationally recognized experts in standardized exam preparation, who have been helping residents and students review and prepare for Medical Licensure Examinations for over 40 years. More than 5,000 residents and students have taken their courses with a success rate well above 90%. The Jolleys have assisted residents and medical students in a variety of therapeutic areas, and they have worked and developed programming for the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of California at San Francisco, Davis, and Los Angeles.

There is NO ACPE credit associated with this activity.


***If you missed the live webinar and/or want to re-listen, the recording is estimated to be available on this course page the week of June 17.

Faculty Information and Disclosures

Martin L. Jolley, MPH
Jane Jolley, MA

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Learning Objectives

  1. Identify relevant testing procedures for the BPS Psychiatric Pharmacy Specialty examination.
  2. Describe how standardized questions are developed and written.
  3. Examine how standardized tests are constructed.
  4. Design a technique for answering standardized questions more accurately.
  5. Distinguish common issues in testing that may impact your performance.
  6. Analyze your test performance to improve your accuracy, pacing, and endurance.

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