Elevate First-Time NAPLEX® Pass Rates—Leverage the Power of Data Tracking and Analytics
Three ways data-driven tools help pharmacy programs optimize learning, exam readiness, and licensure outcomes
First-time pass rates on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination® (NAPLEX®) have been trending downward since 2014, adding concerns to the on-going national pharmacy staffing shortage.
To help stem this growing problem and drive better exam performance, pharmacy schools must ensure that students are learning at the required rate, at-risk students receive the support they need, and curriculum is aligned with program goals. Data is the answer—by tracking and guiding student performance from day one, programs can drive enhanced learning and exam readiness, leading to optimal outcomes on the NAPLEX®.
Our new Solutions Brief demonstrates three ways programs and educators can leverage data to achieve this.
Download and learn:
- How data-tracking and analytics tools empower programs and faculty to help optimize students’ exam readiness and outcome
- The importance of tracking student performance longitudinally to ensure their progress is aligned with program goals
- Why predictive and comparative analytics are key to identifying at-risk students early
Drive Better Learning and Optimize First-Time NAPLEX® Pass Rates For Your Program