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  National Board Dental Exam - NBDE 


National Board Dental Exam (NBDE) PART I
| National Board Dental Exam (NBDE) PART II |
National Board Dental HYGIENE Exam
(NBDHE)


National Board Dental Exam Part I and Part II


 



The Office of Student Services, Admissions, and
Outreach coordinates the application process for the National Board Dental
Examination (NBDE) Part I and Part II.��� Through summer 2006, both written
and computerized versions of the Part I Boards are available; beginning in 2007
only the computer version will be offered. ���Part II Boards are available only on
computer. Information will be provided by our office regarding registration and
deadlines.



 



The following is excerpted
from the American Dental Association website:
 

http://www.ada.org/prof/ed/testing/natboard/index.asp



 



Purpose of
the National Board Dental Examinations



The purpose of the National Board Dental Examination
is to assist state boards in determining qualifications of dentists who seek
licensure to practice dentistry. The examination assesses the ability to
understand important information from basic biomedical and dental sciences and
also the ability to apply such information in a problem-solving context.



 



Recognition of the National Board Dental Examination
Scores



Although written examinations may be developed at
the local level, most licensing boards use the National Board Dental Examination
(Parts I & II) as a major portion of their written examination requirement.
Currently, all 53 United States licensing jurisdictions recognize National Board
results. These jurisdictions include all 50 states, the District of Columbia ,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands of the United States .


 


National Board Dental Exam Part I


Read the Candidate Guide

Also review the "Before the Exam" resources 


Step 2: Apply for the Exam

Cost to apply: $250 (Partial
Reexamination $130 plus $30 per each section) (Credit card payments only.)
Examination fees are non-refundable and non-transferable (no exceptions).




Step 3: Schedule a Time to Take the Exam

You must apply for your exam with the ADA and
receive your eligibility letter prior to scheduling
your testing appointment with Prometric. Exams are administered year-round at
Prometric Test Centers��� in the United States,
it's territories, and Canada.


Advanced
Scheduling


To increase the likelihood you will receive your first choice of date, time and
location, you should schedule 60 to 90 days before the desired examination date.
Please remember, you may schedule your examination appointment with Prometric
only upon receipt of your eligibility letter.


Rescheduling
Examination Appointments


Rescheduling your examination appointment will result in a $10 rescheduling fee.


Canceling
Examination Appointments


Canceling your examination appointment will result in a complete forfeiture of
your examination fee (as noted in Step 2 above, testing fees are nonrefundable).




Step 4: Take the Exam




Step 5: Scores

Two score reports are covered by the exam fee: one for the dean
of the accredited dental school (you are attending or have attended) and one for
you. You will receive your score report in the mail at your home address
3���4 weeks after you've completed the exam. To
request additional score reports see "After the Exam" in the right panel.




Purpose of the Exam

The purpose of the exam is to assist state boards in determining
qualifications of dentists who seek licensure to practice dentistry. The
examination assesses the ability to understand important information from basic
biomedical and dental sciences and also the ability to apply such information in
a problem-solving context.


Contact
Information


Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations

211 East Chicago Avenue, Suite 600

Chicago, IL 60611

800-232-1694

���


National Board Dental Exam Part II


Read the Candidate Guide

Also review the "Before the Exam" resources 


Step 2: Apply for the Exam

Step 2: Apply for the Exam

Cost to apply: $325 (Credit card
payments only.) Examination fees are non-refundable and non-transferable (no
exceptions).




Step 3: Schedule a Time to Take the Exam

You must apply for your exam with the ADA and
receive your eligibility letter prior to scheduling
your testing appointment with Prometric. Exams are administered year-round at
Prometric Test Centers��� in the United States,
it's territories, and Canada.


Advanced
Scheduling


To increase the likelihood you will receive your first choice of date, time and
location, you should schedule 60 to 90 days before the desired examination date.
Please remember, you may schedule your examination appointment with Prometric
only upon receipt of your eligibility letter.


Rescheduling
Examination Appointments


Rescheduling your examination appointment will result in a $10 rescheduling fee.


Canceling
Examination Appointments


Canceling your examination appointment will result in a complete forfeiture of
your examination fee (as noted in Step 2 above, testing fees are nonrefundable).




Step 4: Take the Exam




Step 5: Scores

Two score reports are covered by the exam fee: one for the dean
of the accredited dental school (you are attending or have attended) and one for
you. You will receive your score report in the mail at your home address
3���4 weeks after you've completed the exam. To
request additional score reports see "After the Exam" in the right panel.




Purpose of the Exam

The purpose of the exam is to assist state boards in determining
qualifications of dentists who seek licensure to practice dentistry. The
examination assesses the ability to understand important information from basic
biomedical and dental sciences and also the ability to apply such information in
a problem-solving context.


Contact
Information


Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations

211 East Chicago Avenue, Suite 600

Chicago, IL 60611

800-232-1694




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