Free PCAT Practice Test

Practice Questions for Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)

The free PCAT practice exam includes test questions from a variety of scientific topics tailored towards the real PCAT test. The Pharmacy College Admission Test, or PCAT for short, is aimed at prospective pharmacy school students.

The actual test takes about 4 hours to complete and includes sections for Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Biology, Chemistry and Reading Comprehension. There are also two other Writing sections covered by the test.

Our free PCAT practice test, covers the following scientific areas of the exam:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Some examples of test questions from our free practice exam are shown below:

Q1. Atoms of which element have the weakest attraction for electrons?

A1. Potassium

Q2. An extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of substance in the sample. Which of the following is NOT an example of an extensive property?

A2. Temperature

Further Information:

The PCAT test was purposely designed to identify qualified applicants for participating pharmacy colleges. The test measures a users general academic ability and scientific knowledge, all of which necessary for a placement in pharmaceutical education. There are approximately 240 multiple choice items on the actual test, but you are given a break approximately halfway through the exam process. Calculators are not allowed so we recommend that you do not use a calculator during the free practice test either.

Users can take our free PCAT practice test as much as they wish, its completely free! Enjoy.

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