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1.2.5 The Board will re‑confirm the eligibility of an applicant who fails the MPJE.
The applicant shall be entitled to re‑take the MJPE at least thirty‑one (31) days following the date of the failure.
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SERVICES Register of Regulations Current Issue Previous Issues Regulatory Flexibility Act Administrative Code Delaware Code Laws of Delaware City & Town Charters Style Manual Cumulative Table Subscription Services Tour of Legislative Hall 1.0 Pharmacist Licensure Requirements 1.1 Definitions Words and terms defined in Delaware Code Title 1, Section 302 and Title 24, Section 2502 of the Delaware Code are applicable to these regulations.
1.3.2 An applicant for registration as an intern must submit an “Application for Registration of Internship” after entering the first professional year of college of pharmacy.
This application must include an “Affidavit of Class Standing” formand an “Affidavit of Preceptor” form.
1.2.2 In order for Delaware to be able to make a candidate eligible to take the NAPLEX or MPJE exam(s), the candidate must first register with and pay the exam fee to the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NAPB).If an applicant has failed the examination three times, he or she shall be eligible to re‑take the examination, provided that he or she produces evidence of working full‑time as an intern for a period of three months or has completed a one semester college course on jurisprudence.1.2.6 A candidate must take an examination within 365 Days of the determination of eligibility by the Board or they will have to re-register with NABP to be made re-eligible.1.3 Practical Experience Requirements 1.3.1 In accordance with the requirements of 24 Del. §2515, all Pharmacist applicants, with the exception of reciprocity (licensure transfer) applicants, are required to complete a minimum of 1500 hours of Board approved practical experience under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist before being licensed.A minimum of 1000 hours shall be obtained in the community or hospital settings.