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Pharmacy Knowledge ONtrack is an online revision site produced and regularly updated by Pharmaceutical Press, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s knowledge business. It's designed to provide trainee pharmacists and pharmacy students with a learning resource they can trust and rely on when preparing for their exams.

The site hosts 1000s of questions which closely match the style of the questions in the General Pharmaceutical Council's (GPhC) registration assessment. Pharmacy Knowledge ONtrack provides calculations, single best answer and extended matching questions. You can select the number of questions you wish to attempt per session, enabling you to plan your revision accordingly. Your subscription gives you full access to all three question types which cover the full curriculum defined by the GPhC.

Questions are written and reviewed by experienced pharmacists who are either currently practising, are course lecturers or are previous exam writers. Each of the question writers are peer recommended and carefully selected by our editorial team.

An explanation is provided alongside each question to support the correct answer and/or provide a reference(s) of where you can find more information, thus reinforcing your learning.

All questions are reviewed annually to ensure they are up-to-date and relevant.

A timer, graphs and a record of all your sessions allow you to monitor your progress and show you how you're getting on compared to your peers that are using the site. When reviewing your answers you will see suggested Pharmaceutical Press resources to assist your learning.

"Being able to set the amount of questions and style of questions was very useful, it was handy to be able to do the questions on my phone whilst on the train etc. meaning I could get a lot more practice in."

"The fact there was a timer really helped because that way I could keep track of how long I spent on each question and which topic areas that needed more work in."

Trainee pharmacists, 2019

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