Online Course for NAPLEX / Clinical portion of CPJE

This online course covers NAPLEX and the clinical portion of CPJE and is used by more than a dozen U.S pharmacy schools to prepare their students for the board exam. The online course includes the following:

 - Online board prep library of video instructions
(80 hours) - 6 months of access 
 - Course Book (700 pages) following the lectures slide by slide 
 - Chart Book (100 pages) for memorization of details
 - Question Bank (2500+) with an abundance of patient profile questions with explanations - 6 months of access
 - Two Practice Exams (100 questions each)
 - Progress tracking
 - Email support from our teachers for pharmacy-related questions

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1) Board review classes are non-refundable.
2) Online courses and Zoom virtual classes can only be accessed from the U.S and U.S territories.

2000+ QUESTION BANK - Each Video lesson is followed by practice questions with explanation to solidify what you have learned. The format of questions include "Patient Profiles", "Select ALL that apply", "Fill in the blank" calculations, "Multiple Choice" and "K-type" questions. The 2000+ question bank concludes with two comprehensive "Practice TESTS" at the end.


RN, a 56-year-old male patient, presents to the ER with progressively worsening shortness of breath when walking more than 20 feet, fatigue, and bilateral pitting edema of his legs for the last few months.

Past Medical History:
DM type 2
Long-standing hypertension

Current Medications:
Metformin 1000 mg PO BID
Pioglitazone 30 mg PO once daily
Hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg PO once daily
Lisinopril 40 mg PO once daily
Amlodipine 10 mg PO once daily

Vitals:  BP: 110/63 mmHg    P: 110,    Resp Rate: 22    Temp: 97.8

BUN  ................................   19 mg/dL (6-20)
Serum Creatinine .............    1.1 mg/dL (0.6-1.2)
Potassium .......................     3.1 mEq/L (3.5-5.2)
BNP ................................     960 (10-300)
Troponins .......................     Negative

Imaging Studies:
Chest x-ray:
 Enlarged cardiac silhouette, mild pulmonary edema
Echocardiogram: Ejection Fraction: 30%


Which of his medications may be worsening his pulmonary edema and leg edema symptoms? Select ALL that apply.


MK is a 49-year-old male with history of liver cirrhosis. He is brought to ER by family members with a chief complaint of confusion and altered mental status for the last 24 hours.

On exam, MK is difficult to arouse; he is not oriented to time, person or place.

Vitals:   BP: 110/67 mmHg       P: 80          RR: 14       Temp 98.6


Comprehensive Metabolic Panel:


Normal Range



135 – 145 mEq/L



3.5 5.2 mEq/L



97 – 108 mEq/L



23 – 29 mEq/L 



8.5 – 10.2 mg/dL



6 – 20 mg/dL



0.6 – 1.3 mg/dL



70 – 100 mg/dL



< 35 U/L            



< 35 U/L



3.4 – 5.4 g/dL



0.3 – 1.9 mg/dL



15 45 mcg/dL


INR ………………….   2.1

Urine analysis & Lumbar puncture results are normal.


Which of the following treatment measures do you recommend? Select ALL that apply.


Which of the following medications are used to treat hyperphosphotemia of ESRD? Select ALL that apply.


DB is a 67-year-old male with ESRD on dialysis who has been on Epogen 3000 units SC three times a week for anemia of chronic renal failure. His recent labs are as follows:

Hgb …………………. 12.6 g/dL (13.5 – 16.5 g/dL for males)
Hct …………………… 38.6 % (40% – 52%)
MCV …………………. 86 fL
WBC ………………… 4.0 thous/microL
Platelets …………….. 185 thous/microL

With regards to his Epogen dosing, what would be the most appropriate course of action?


Which of the following is NOT a suspending agent?


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2500+ Board-type questions with answers, & detailed explanations. Progress Tracking allows you to follow and manage your question bank results, track the video lectures watched, and evaluate your progress on your user dashboard. You can watch the video lectures and take the quizzes as many times as needed until you feel comfortable and confident with all of the topics. At the end of your study, there are two comprehensive practice tests to conclude the material that has been covered. 

6 months of online access to 80 hours of online lessons for NAPLEX® and the clinical portion of CPJE with an accompanying coursebook that follows the lessons slide by slide. The videos can be watched on your own time, and as many times as needed to master the topic. Same lectures, speakers, and coursebook as the live course with emphasis on details essential to NAPLEX® and the clinical pharmacy portion of CPJE. Access to the online video lectures is immediate, and viewing of the lectures is compatible with most mobile devices/tablets such as iPhone, iPad, and Android.  Notes: 1) There are NO law lectures with this course; the law portion of CPJE is covered via CA LAW online course that can be added to the cart separately. 2) Online courses and Zoom virtual classes can only be accessed from the U.S and U.S territories.

Coursebook:  700 pages, FOCUSED & TO THE POINT, following the lectures slide by slide. The instructions with the accompanying coursebook/chartbook are comprehensive, and no other review material will be needed. Our students rely on our course as their sole source of study, and they do very well. The coursebook/chartbook set will be mailed after registration and received generally within 5-7 business days (might take a little longer for some locations.)

Chartbook: 120 pages of charts to help students with the memorization of details. 

Question Bank: 2500+ online questions bank with comprehensive answers to assess your knowledge and solidify your understanding of the material (See demo).

Dr. Yavari and Dr. Miremadi's support and assistance via email with your NAPLEX® and CPJE questions throughout your preparation. 

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