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    ATTENTION:  Maryland Pharmacist Candidates' Examinations  Scores (NABPLEX, MPJE and Oral(s)) are unavailable through the Board's web site.  The Board is working to bring these scores to the web site.  During the interim, your scores will be mailed to you within seven (7) days of receipt at the Board.  You may access scores for exams conducted through the National Association of Board of Pharmacy (NABP) through the NABP web site at: https://nabp.pharmacy/programs/examinations/. Please note that Only the Maryland Board of Pharmacy has the authority to issue a license to practice pharmacy under Maryland laws. The posting by NABP of a passing score on an examination does not constitute a license to practice pharmacy in Maryland.



    Please have your Candidate Number ready when contacting the Board.

    You will receive your license 7-10 days after all examinations have been passed and the license number has been issued

    NAPLEX and MPJE Score Results from NABP

    Access Your Results

    Be prepared to log in with your name, the last four digits of your Social Security number, and your date of birth to access your score results on the secure NABP Web site.

    You may only access NAPLEX score results from the state selected as your primary jurisdiction for licensure.

    Who Can Access Score Results Online?

    Currently, score results are available online for candidates who are taking the NAPLEX or MPJE for the following states and jurisdiction:

    Please be advised that NABP does not recognize as official candidate-provided score results, regardless of the format in which the candidate provides or makes available such results. Only score reports issued by NABP through the boards of pharmacy are considered official reports. Please call NABP if you have any questions at (847) 391-4406.

    These score results do not constitute a license to practice pharmacy. The individual boards of pharmacy have the authority to issue licenses. Contact the board of pharmacy in the jurisdiction(s) where you seek to practice for more information on obtaining licensure.

    Log In to Access Your Score Results on the NABP website.


    • Remember to Complete the Board Licensure Application before applying for the NAPLEX or MPJE 

    • Go to NABP's Web Site: https://nabp.pharmacy/

    • Reminder: Applications, NAPLEX and MPJE examination scores expire one year from the date the examination was taken and application submitted. 

    • Go to Berlitz USA Web Site: www.berlitz.us

    Contact Information

    Board of Pharmacy Questions, Contact
    Licensing Unit Staff
    Doris James, Licensing Specialist - Pharmacist Services

    e-mail the Board at mdh.mdbop@maryland.gov