General Suggestions on Preparation for the Clinical Examination.
•Try to get a good night’s sleep before the examination. Do not use stimulants.
•Dress comfortably and tidily for the examination.
•Allow ample time for travel. Perhaps check out the venue for the examination the day
•Bring a watch to assist in pacing the examinations.
•Clinical skills, application of dental knowledge and communication skills are all tested. Your ability to communicate with the patient (or patient’s guardian) is an important part of the exam. Council recommends that you practise your English as a part of preparing for the
•If you are uncertain about any instruction or question from the examiners during your
Clinical Examination, ask for clarification.
•Candidates sometimes appear to overlook the fact that real patients are present in the
Clinical Examination. Courteousness and thoughtfulness towards the patient are noted by