The American Dental Equation
NBDE – National Board Dental Examination
The purpose of the National Council exams is to assist state councils in determining the qualifications of dentists and dental hygienists who seek a license to practice dentistry or dental health.
The Joint Dental Commission (JCNDE) administers several standardized tests to assess individuals’ willingness to study and practice dental and dental hygiene. They include the National Board of Dental Examination (NBDE) exam, Part 1 and Part 2, the National Dental Health Council (NBDHE) examination, and the National Integrated Dental Examination (INBDE), which is currently under development.
What does the exam include?
The American Dental Equation Test includes two parts that include the theoretical and practical side:
These tests assess the ability of candidates to understand important information from basic biomedical and dental sciences, as well as the ability to apply this information in the context of problem-solving.
(Beginning in August 2020, the system will be changed to become only one examination over two days, combined from the previous two parts).
After a careful analysis of the performance of the tests and the feedback from students who preceded the exam, we at Connect Academy divided the problem into two main issues that most students face, namely the lack of understanding of the basic theories, and the failure to focus on preparing for the form of the test. Narrowing options to determine the correct answer is more difficult than expected.
We know that it is easy to get lost in the classroom with many students so to ensure that you get the personalized education you need all of our classes are taught by the most qualified lecturers who have already successfully passed all parts of the fellowship you wish to obtain.