Free Flashcards for the PTCB Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam

How in the world can you remember all of those terms used in pharmacy? Well, these free flashcards for the PTCB Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam are certainly a starting point. We review some of the most important vocabulary for each area the test covers so you’ll know those vital terms. Use them with our study guides and practice questions for really solid test prep.

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Laws and Regulations

So many terms, so little time to study them. Pharmacy laws and regulations involve being well-versed in the many terms and acronyms used in them. Practice your skill in this area by using these flashcards before you tackle the questions on the PTCB Exam.

Medication Safety

Understanding the related terms and procedures regarding safety in the packaging, preparation, and dispensing of medication is a required skill for a pharmacy technician. Using these flashcards will help you solidify your knowledge in the area of medication safety before you take the PTCB Exam.


Pharmacology covers everything you need to know about all kinds of medications and there are many terms and names that can be confusing. Use these flashcards to bolster your knowledge in this area and be more prepared for the pharmacology questions on the PTCB Exam.

Quality Assurance

Every pharmacy attempts to provide excellent and consistent product quality. To do this, all employees, including pharmacy technicians, must be knowledgeable about quality assurance measures. These flashcards will help you practice such skills before you take the PTCB Exam.

Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding

These flashcards can help you review the meaning of some of the words used when you discuss compounding in the pharmacy. It will be helpful to understand the terms when you are trying to follow complex compounding procedures and guidelines and when you answer the compounding-related questions on the PTCB Exam.

Hopefully, these flashcards have helped you review some of the major vocabulary involved in studying for your PTCB Exam. Please let us know how things go by reaching out to us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or Pinterest. We’d also love to hear about your experience in an email at, when you have a chance.