Course Information

  • OSCE Full Course is conducted twice a year every February to May & August to November
  • We will cover all the important stations for the exam like new prescription, prescription refills, staff management, dr. stations, nurse stations, OTC stations, Herbal medications, non-Interactive stations (both prescription checking and dispensing checking in community pharmacy and hospital pharmacy),etc.
  • So, all together we will be doing 20 – 24 stations per class
  • Our class location is 1816 – 25 Ave NE Calgary AB T2E 7K1


  • The fees for the entire course is $1600
  • Fees can be paid by two installments:
    Instalment – I: $800
    Instalment – II: $800
  • You can pay your fees by Visa, Master Card, Cash or Cheque (Print name: PharmXellence Pharmacy Study Centre)
  • We are registered as a pharmacy coaching school with CRA (Canada Revenue Agency), so we are exempted from charging taxes

Exam Information

  • First two practice exams are included in the full course, each exam consists of 11 interactive stations and 4 non-interactive stations


Exam Information

  • Each day consists of 2 exams (Total 6 exams)
  • Each practice exam consists of 11 interactive stations and 4 non-interactive stations
  • Detailed feedback by a licensed pharmacist for every station
  • All exams are conducted at University of Calgary
  • Address: University of Calgary (Medical Skill Centre)
    3330 Hospital Dr NW
    Calgary AB T2N 4N1

Dates and Fees

  • Dates: 31st October, 2020 (Saturday),1st November, 2020 (Sunday) & 2nd November, 2020 (Monday)
  • 1st Day: 14th May, 2021 (two exams). Fees: $500 (No fees for full course students)
  • 2nd Day: 15th May, 2021 (two exams). Fees: $500
  • 3rd Day: 16th May, 2021 (two exams). Fees: $500


OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) is a qualifying examination conducted by The Pharmacy Examination Board of Canada (PEBC). The candidate appearing for OSCE is tested for his practical understanding, language skills, patient’s problem solving techniques and its academic proficiency in pharmacy. In the nutshell, it is a performance based assessment where his/her practice competencies are evaluated at a comprehensive scale. PEBC grants the certification of a qualified pharmacist to only those candidates who successfully clear both the qualifying exams i.e. MCQ-I & OSCE-II

OSCE Sunday AM Exam

OSCE Sunday PM Exam

OSCE Sunday Exam