Get $50 back when your friends sign up for our course!
As a thank you for your referral, we’ve done our best to make this as easy as possible for you. Simply, Fill out the contact form below, with the coupon code of your choice. You’ll get an email from us when the coupon is loaded in our system. The coupon code will be registered to you and your friend will save $50 off of our Platinum course. It’s a win-win!
The $50 will arrive in the way of a partial refund to the purchase that you made with us.
You can give this coupon code to as many people as you’d like. The maximum that you can earn from this Referral Program is the price you previously paid for our course. Example: You purchased the Platinum Course for $299.99, you can refer up to 6 people and your account will be credited $299.99. The total you can receive from this program cannot exceed the price you paid for the course.
Referral Program Terms and Conditions
Last Updated: October 21, 2020
All terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the definitions set forth in the Terms of Service
These Referral Program Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) govern Your participation in the RxTechExam Referral Program (the “Program”).
You may refer friends to RxTechExam, through the Program by filling out the form above, and requesting a coupon code be allowed for future customers of RxTechExam. Once the coupon is approved, then added, your friends may use the coupon code as part of the “Referral Offer”.
Only RxTechExam customers are eligible to redeem the Referral Offer. Once your friend purchases a course on RxTechExam using the coupon code as part of the Referral Offer, You will be eligible to receive a Fifty Dollar ($50) credit to the card used to make your course purchase.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any coupons offered and used to redeem your $50 credit.
You may not participate in the Program where doing so would be prohibited by any applicable laws or regulations. You must be eighteen (18) years or older and a resident of a state in the United States, including D.C., in order to participate in the Program.
In addition to the restrictions You agreed to in Our Terms of Service, You agree that the following activities are expressly prohibited and engaging in any of these will be grounds for immediate termination and disqualification from the Program, and may lead to the forfeiture of existing Program invitations and accrued, but not yet received, Rewards:
- Spam, bulk distribution of invitations, distribution to strangers, or any other promotion of Your Program invitations that would constitute or appear to constitute unsolicited commercial e-mail or spam under any applicable law or regulation.
- Fraud, attempted fraud, or abuse of the Program or these Terms & Conditions.
- Selling, trading, bartering, or providing anything of value to Your Invitee beyond the Program invitation, or otherwise using Your Program invitations or Rewards for promotional purposes.
We reserve the right to terminate and disqualify You at any time from participating in the Program if You do not comply with any of these Terms and Conditions.
We reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue the Program, either temporarily or permanently (or any part thereof), with or without notice. We will not be liable to You in the event of any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the Program. We reserve the right to amend, modify or waive these Terms and Conditions at any time in its sole discretion.
We’ve gotten this question about how inexpensive our course is, a few different ways:
“I’m looking for the quickest online PTCB program as possible and yours seems to fit the bill. However, it’s so significantly cheaper than others, does this course really fulfill the entire PTCB Program that is now required to become eligible to take the PTCE?”
“Is the course payment a one time payment or monthly? Just asking its too good to be true if just a one time payment. I searched a lot then went to the PTCB site to find approved schools. The ones that are not approved the highest cost is like 4,000. Just want to know if this cost is one time or monthly I will be ok with it cause you are listed as an approved online school. ”
“I see you’re PTCB Approved, but I’m a little skeptical because the course is so inexpensive. Are you legit”
RxTechExam is legitimately the best way to prepare for the PTCB Exam, period.
We’re a Recognized PTCB Educator per the new 2020 requirement. We even offer a Money-Back Guarantee, if you pass our course and don’t pass the PTCB Exam. No other recognized educator (that we know of) does this.
So why are we so cheap?
1. We don’t have classrooms – we’re totally online and available for you to start studying right away, and at your convenience.
2. We don’t have any unnecessary accreditations – like DECA, ASHP, or other combinations of letters that aren’t relevant to the profession. We’re PTCB Accredited, that’s all that matters.
3. We don’t have a call centers and phone trees – but we do follow up by email quite quickly.
4. Above all, we’re not greedy. Don’t make the mistake of taking an expensive course when you don’t to. We’ll help you get a letter just like this one 🙂
We’ll give you 100% of your money back!
We guarantee that you will be successful on the PTCB Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam after studying with the Platinum Course offered by RxTechExam.com – or we will refund back your course cost per this Guarantee. We recommend that you take the exam shortly after completion of the program (For example, if you complete the Platinum Course on a Friday, it is recommended that you take the PTCB exam by Friday of the following week). The Money-Back Guarantee offered by RxTechExam.com is valid only if you take the exam within 14 days of the date you complete the course. Course Completion is defined as scoring an 90% or higher on all Graded Quizzes and the Final Exam. If you are unsuccessful on your PTCB exam attempt, RxTechExam.com will reimburse 100% of the course fee you’ve paid to us. You will also be provided access to the RxTechExam Platinum online course for an additional 30 days. We’ve only received a handful of refund requests out of the thousands of students that have taken our course.
How to get reimbursed due to a failing attempt on the PTCB Exam:
- If, in the unlikely event, you do not pass the PTCB Exam, notify your instructor by email within 7 days of the failing attempt, with an attached scanned copy of the failing result
- Your refund will be mailed to you within 10 business days.
No exceptions to this Money-Back policy will be allowed under any circumstances. The total value of reimbursement provided to you by RxTechExam will not exceed your purchase price for the Platinum Course.
RxTechExam’s loving and knowledgeable Support Team provides fast, friendly help via email during US business hours and provide limited support during weekends and holidays (see more info below).
RxTechExam does not offer phone support. (Please don’t trust any phone numbers you find on the Internet.) Why? Phone support requires substantial staffing expenses. It’s is not very efficient for the type of technical support we offer, which usually involves exchanging web links, or mathematical operations. Focusing on email support allows us to efficiently serve our students, while keeping costs down, which is one of the reasons why RxTechExam is so inexpensive compared to other pharmacy technician programs.
Initial Response Times
When you contact us, you can expect a first response within these timeframes. All times are in U.S. Eastern.
- Live support from Monday until Friday at 5 p.m.
- First response in 4 hours or less during these times
TIP: You must contact us from the email address associated with your RxTechExam account. Reaching directly to your course instructor ensures that we will respond as quickly as humanly possible.
Follow-up response rate
Because the first response may open a can of technological worms, follow-up responses sometimes take longer. Student questions always get priority.
Especially tricky issues may need to be reassigned to a support specialist. Our specialists will resolve your issue as swiftly as possible, but that could take up to a few days, especially if your issue requires input from RxTechExam developers.
You are welcome to reply to any open case to request an update.
We provide limited support over the following U.S. holidays:
- Memorial Day (Monday, May 25th, 2020)
- Independence Day (Observed Friday, July 3rd, 2020)
- Labor Day (Monday, September 7th, 2020)
- Thanksgiving Holiday (Thursday, November 26th, 2020 and Friday, November 27th, 2020)
- Christmas Eve and Day (Thursday, December 24th, 2020 and Friday, December 25th, 2020)
- New Year’s Eve and Day (Thursday December 31st, 2020 and Friday, January 1st, 2021)
Many of our students reach out to one another through our in-course messaging system. Depending on the nature of your question, that may be the best resource to utilize.
If you have a question that was not answered here, please send our friendly support team a note via our handy Contact Form. Your feedback helps us continue to work better for you.
1. Master Pharmacy Calculations – “Like Riding a Bike” – 17.5% of the Exam
To say that Pharmacy math is the most difficult aspect of the PTCB Exam, isn’t an overstatement. If math isn’t your strong suit, you’re going to need to put in some work to make sure that you are prepared. As a Pharmacy Technician Instructor, calculations are my favorite subject to teach. In middle school and high school, you were probably taught some things that you haven’t used since. Many of the students that I have taught over the years told me on Day One that this is what they fear the most. The math skills you need to pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam require memorization, problem solving, and your ability to adapt. After just a few weeks practicing those techniques you’ll find it’s just like riding a bike.
2. Know the Top 100 Drugs – 13.75% of the Exam
Many schools and Pharmacy Tech Programs will have you believe you need to know the top 200 drugs. Doesn’t sound too tough right? Well what do they mean by “know”? The PTCB Exam tests your ability to recognize and have memorized the brand name, generic name, indication, classification, schedule, and interactions. That’s SEVEN pieces of information for each of those 200 drugs?!?!? If you haven’t mastered calculations yet, let me help you: 7 x 200 = 1400 pieces of information! Because it’s likely you won’t be able to hold on to that much information as well as everything else that you need to know, it’s our recommendation you focus on memorizing the Top 100 Drugs. But that’s still 700 pieces of information right? Well, yes, but who said this was going to be easy? An additional step that you can take, that will dramatically decrease the amount of time necessary for all of that memorization, is to group those medications by class. For instance, medications ending in –zepam and –zolam are benzodiazepines, they are used for anxiety, are schedule IV, and all interact with opiates, alcohol, and MAOI’s. Lastly, don’t spend too much time focusing on all of the interactions between medications, ultimately that is the Pharmacist’s Job and even they have a computer program that identifies drug interactions and contraindications.
3. Concentrate on Federal Pharmacy Law – 12.5% of the Exam
The PTCB Exam is a national exam, not specific to any state. Most states have additional regulations and laws that apply to the practice of pharmacy. State Laws and regulations are not tested on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. What is specifically tested is your ability to recognize major laws and their impact on the practice of Pharmacy on a national level. You should know how to handle a recall, what to do with hazardous waste, infection control, repackaging requirements, and about Restricted Drug Distribution Programs.
4. Accuracy is King – Medication Safety – 12.5% of the Exam
Last November, the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board restructured their exam and put a specific emphasis on Medication Safety. If you’re already certified as a Pharmacy Tech, you probably know that now, you are required to obtain a continuing education unit each re-certification period on Medication Safety. There have been too many (granted one is too many) incidents where lack of training, lack of regulation, and sheer oversight have led to some pretty terrible consequences for patients. More than 100,000 Americans die each year of adverse drug reactions – Journal of the American Medical Association. The ability of a Pharmacy Technician to prevent errors assists the Pharmacist tremendously. Many medications have very similar names like glipizide & glyburide. Others have a different release structure like Depakote ER & Depakote DR. Some medications have a large number of drug-drug interactions and/or contraindications, those are known as “high risk” medications and should garner additional attention on your part.
5. RxTechExam.com – 100% Money-Back-Guarantee
We, here at RxTechExam, take a lot of pride in the online course that we have created. We’ve practiced in pharmacy for decades, and we’ve helped hundreds of people pass the PTCB Exam. There is a huge amount of material that you must know to pass the national exam, and you can learn it right here, at your own pace, on your schedule, from the comfort of home. Don’t waste your time and money at a local school or career college. Don’t take out student loans. Our courses are reasonably priced and our money-back guarantee assures you that if you don’t pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam, you don’t pay! What are you waiting for? Start studying today!