CPJE Scandal Brings in New Rules

After the highly publicized CPJE cheating scandal, the California Board of Pharmacy has announced to pharmacist applicants taking the California Practice Standards and Jurisprudence Exam (CPJE) on December 19, 20 or 21, 2019, that test takers must present two (2) different forms of identification at the testing site to be allowed to take the exam.

At least one ID must contain a photo–photocopies, temporary IDs, expired IDs, etc. will not be accepted.  Also important to note is that applicant names on both IDs must be identical–letter for letter–to the applicant’s full legal name of record with the Board of Pharmacy or the applicant may not be allowed to take the CPJE.

Applicants MUST present 2 different types of IDs from this list:

  • US State, Commonwealth or territory-issued driver’s license or ID card
  • US government-issued passport
  • US military ID
  • National ID card

Applicants may verify their full legal name of record on file with the Board of Pharmacy at PSI’s website: https://candidate.psiexams.com/catalog/fti_agency_license_details.jsp?fromwhere=findtest&testid=935.

Any applicants or licensees of the California Board of Pharmacy having difficulties with the CPJE exam process or with receiving licensure as a pharmacist are encouraged to contact the attorneys at the Law Offices of Brown & Brown at 310-792-1315 for a free consultation.  With over 70 combined years of experience handling such matters, we have the experience to assist you with any licensing or criminal defense matter you may encounter.

We wish all CPJE test takers the best of luck on the upcoming exam.

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Mr. Brown joined the firm of Brown & Brown after receiving his Juris Doctor from Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California. He is also a graduate of the University of California at Irvine, where he received his B.A. degree in English.