I am stuck on a particular question while studying for the Canadian dental board exam, does anybody have any thoughts on this one?
A survey of the master cast shows that the 3.5 and 3.7 abutments for a fixed partial denture have different paths of insertion with respect to 3.7. A...
A 3 question survey that could tell us about the major problems of participants for NDEB Equivalency in Canada and New Zealand. Let’s work on finding some solutions.
Hi All. I made my first attempt at AFK this February (2019) and I’m awaiting results. I intend to go the university route with an International Dentist Program (IDP) and not proceed to ACS/ACJ etc. I noticed that most of not the Unis offering this program say that a student must have taken the...
hi , i recently graduated from a dental school in Armenia . i obtained a dds degree , my plan is to move to Canada and continue my education in Canada . would it be possible to study for masters or do research with a dds degree in canada if you graduated from a non-accredited university ?
Hey, anyone knows what are the study materials we should use for the NDEB exam part 1 and part 2? I know it can't be the same studying materials for the NBDE (First aid, Decks, and Mosbys) because the exams are different. Any suggestions ?!
I don't have enough points for Canadian Express entry. Can you please share any information you have regarding alternative paths to immigrate to Canada? Is there a way to get a job offer without clearing NDEB? Please share your experience.
as I'm preparing for 2018 afk test I've collected some study and resource material. Beside these in my searching for information about ADC some nice colleague shared with me study material for ADC. I don't claim that I've got everthing that there is to get, but I've tried. :)
Hi to all AFK enthusiasts,
I'm starting with my preparation for the AFK exam and gathering all the info and study material that I can get my hands on. Since I'm in a situation that I've finished my education more than 8 years ago and, consequently, forgot all the small print and details...
can an international dentist practise in canada after clearing the NDEB exam? i mean do you get license to practise right away or is it that you have to join a dental school like how it is in USA?
and also what is the scope and possibility of getting a PR and job opportunity after that...
Hey guys I am Canadian but I study dental school abroad. I wanna know if I do the American board exam will I be able to work in Canada with my American dental license ?
Also if I specialize in the states (because it's much easier ) would I be able to work back home in Canada as whatever I...
I just recently moved to Canada and got to attempt AFK.
I have received score of 74% and passing score is 75%.
Does anyone have experience with request for manual rescoring?
Any recommendation on manual rescoring.
This is my first post on here and I apologise for any typos in advance.
In a nutshell, I did a year of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary in hopes of getting a GPA high enough to apply for dentistry. However, after a year of handwork, the best I could do was a 3.0 GPA and when...
Hi everyone, looking for a study partner preferably in Philadelphia, but will do with an online partner. I was inches away from passing my NDEB exam but choked. I would love a partner that would stick to a schedule of some sort and discuss things.
In short, searching for someone to look out...
looking for someone that can help push each other for ndeb part1. doing the exam in feb2017. i want to properly prepare for this exam and pass first time. im from new zealand but area doesnt really matter, only the motivation to study!!
UBC Dentistry in Vancouver, BC is offering an intensive seven day course to anyone who is interested in taking the Clinical Skills component of the NDEB Equivalency Process.
Over the past few years we have had tremendous success with our participating students passing the Clinical Skills...
I am a undergraduate student in sciences (here in Canada) and desperately want to become a dentist here. The problem is that my GPA in early years was terrible. It has improved over the years (~3.1) but not to the competitive 3.7 required by the Dental Schools in Canada...