|Re-Examination Procedure for NBDE Part 1 Exam
by ADA - 10476 reads, based on 9 votes
Re-examination consists of retesting in some but not all examinations in Part I.
To participate in a re-examination in Part I, the candidate must have current partial credit in the Part. A candidate who earns an average score in Part I of 75 or higher but who has one or more scores below 75 is awarded partial credit. Limits on partial credit follow....
|NBDE Part 1 Exam Essential Information
by ADA - 32223 reads, based on 30 votes
Part I is usually taken after two years of dental school. It consists of four examinations on the basic biomedical sciences titled:
Dental Anatomy and Occlusion
Each of the four Part I examinations consists of approximately 100 multiple-choice test items....
|Verification Procedure for non-accredited dental schools for NBDE
by ADA - 9049 reads, based on 7 votes
The following provisions are required for the verification of educational credentials obtained from non-accredited dental schools.
Candidates must submit an examination application and fee to:
The Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations
211 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611-2678...
|Eligibility Requirements for NBDE Part 1 Exam
by RxPG Team - 53934 reads, based on 27 votes
To participate in the National Board Part I Dental Examinations, a candidate must qualify under one of the following categories:
A student is eligible for examination when the dean of the dental school or a designee of the dean certifies that the student has successfully completed all subjects included in Part I. If the dental school is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation at the time the application is filed, the signature of the dean or the designee on the application meets this requirement. Only dental schools in the United States and in Canada (by reciprocal agreement) are accredited by the Commission. ...
|NBDE, National Board Dental Exam USA
by ADA - 26020 reads, based on 18 votes
The level of government responsible for licensure is the US state, district or dependency. A license issued by one such jurisdiction is applicable only within the geographic confines of that particular jurisdiction. Agencies in state government that administer dental licensure under laws adopted by state legislatures typically are called state boards of dentistry....