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Practice Online Exam Pharmacology, for USMLE, PLAB, FCPS, and other Medical Exams

Pharmacology practice mcqs exams for usmle, plab, amc or pressWelcome to
This exam will definitely help you to analyze your knowledge of pharmacology yourself. It doesn’t matter whether you are preparing for USMLE, PLAB, FCPS, PRESS, AMC or any other medical exam. Just attempt it. It will definitely help you.
Please read carefully before attempting the exam.
  1. There are 25 pharmacology related MCQs.
  2. Total Score is 100
  3. Each correct answer carries 4 points.
  4. Each incorrect answer deducts 1 point from the total score (-1 negative marking).
  5. You have 20 minutes to answer 25 questions.
  6. If you feel any problem, hit the contact button and let us know.
  7. You are not allowed to skip any question. Answer all the questions.
  8. If an answer left unanswered to go back (use the previous button) and find the unanswered question.
  9. Use laptop or PC to view the quiz. In a mobile application, it may cause problems.
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