Pharmacy students get ready for Graduation exam

UP’s Faculty of Pharmacy has also prepared OSCE Mock Test for year-5 pharmacy students who will take the exit examination in the upcoming month. This mock test was prepared by using computer-based systems for Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). The mock test exam was similarly designed to simulate the real exam in the purpose of identifying student’s strengths and weaknesses, and finding ways to improve students’ capacity to succeed in either graduation exam or national exit exam. Apart from this, it also builds students’ confidence, readiness, and spirit to overcome the challenges on the way.

Pharmacist are one of the many health practitioners who need to interact professionally with patients. Mock test will provide students with more opportunities to improve their professionalism. The mock test is an ideal way to prepare students for graduate life – as it allows students to make mistakes in school rather than in the community.

UP does a huge amount of work to improve quality of education in health sciences and information technology to reach international level and is strongly committed to produce highest quality graduates with knowledge, skills and good attitudes to serve the Cambodian community. For instance, in December 16-18, 2020, Senior Club, which is coordinated by Mr Eang Pharnith, Pharmacy Lab Assistant and Mr NY Chanseiha, Full time Lecturer, Faculty of Pharmacy, prepared the OSCE Mocks test online for the batch 5 students who will attends exit examination.

This mock test is also a key of success for our Pharmacy faculty. As the result, UP pharmacy maintains its outstanding record as Highest Exam Passing Rate in the whole country.