The PCAT test is required for admission in pharmacy school. This exam requires 3.5 hours and offers 300 multiple-choice questions.

Analogies and antonyms are covered on the verbal test. The quantitative section is about basic arithmetic and algebra. The biology section focuses on human biology and the chemistry section covers both inorganic and organic chemistry. The reading comprehension reviews scientific passages.

Here are the sections on the PCAT Exam:

SECTION Number of questions
Verbal Ability 50
Quantitative 65
Biology 50
Chemistry 60
Reading Comprehension 45

Test Preparation Resources:

PCAT Study Guide
PCAT Exam Flashcards

Last Updated: 05/21/2014