If an applicant has failed the examination three times, he or she shall be eligible to re‑take the examination, provided that he or she produces evidence of working full‑time as an intern for a period of three months or has completed a one semester college course on jurisprudence.
1.2.6 A candidate must take an examination within 365 Days of the determination of eligibility by the Board or they will have to re-register with NABP to be made re-eligible.
The remaining 500 hours may be obtained in other recognized fields of practice, e.g.: Industrial Pharmacist, Drug Information Pharmacist, Military Pharmacist, Mail Order Pharmacist, HMO Pharmacist, Consultant Pharmacist (Nursing Home, Infusion, Medicaid DUR, Etc.), Home Health Care Pharmacist (may include Durable Medical Equipment, etc.), Nuclear Pharmacist, Compliance Pharmacist, Government Pharmacist, Clinical Pharmacist, Contracted Pharmacy Services.
If the applicant has not completed the required 1500 hours in another state, he or she will be required to register as an intern in Delaware to complete the required hours.
1.3 Practical Experience Requirements 1.3.1 In accordance with the requirements of 24 Del. §2515, all Pharmacist applicants, with the exception of reciprocity (licensure transfer) applicants, are required to complete a minimum of 1500 hours of Board approved practical experience under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist before being licensed.