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2005 Sep EE result

Discussion in 'International Dental' started by Way, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. Way

    Way New Member

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    Just received my EE score. It was just above the average. I do not think the test is very difficult this time(it was my first try). The score is far below my expectation. So I am going to ask for rescoring. Will this help?
    Please share your thought about this test.
     
  2. validity

    validity Junior Member
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    I don't know what EE is? What is your score?

    Validity
     
  3. yasi

    yasi Senior Member
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    would you tell me your score
     
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    gag Senior Member
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    hi
    in canada ,score is not the only thing that matters.its u'r score ,no of years of exp. eng scores u'r performance in clinical exams as well as interviews.u might be able to do it with score in 70s but lot many years of exp.
     
  5. sonibun

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    hi gag
    how evrything with u ??got selected anywhere???
    with best wishes
    sonibun
     
  6. gag

    gag Senior Member
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    not yet just made it to 3rd on waiting list of Uof T[my first interview].and have two more exams at hand for halifax and manitoba
     
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    Hi Gag

    Congratulations to you on getting 3 interviews. I do really hope you'll get into at least one of them. :luck: Best of luck to you.
     
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    Hi Way

    I'm not sure if rescoring will help since your score sheet was marked by the computer unless you didn't colour in the circles correctly. For me, I thought I did a lot better on the May exam, but to my big surprise I got quite a low score compared to what I thought I would get. But I didn't ask for a rescoring.
     
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    I thought about that too. Anyway, I need to retake it next year.
     
  10. sonibun

    sonibun Senior Member
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    can any one advice me how many months before should we start preparing for the exam and how many revisions required.i know it depends fron person to person.but just to have an idea
     
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    Hi Sonibun

    I think most people require at least about 3 months and try go over the materials as many times as you can afford to do so that you can remember all the fine details. With that being said, it all depends on how much you can retain the infor. studied. Hope that helps
     
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    sonibun Senior Member
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    no one has given the exact score???? donot know the reason. :confused:
     
  13. rammie

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    EE results 252 wrote the exams
    Highest mark - 88%
    Lowest mark 27%
    Average mark 65%
     
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    Hi,Rammie
    I am preparing 2006 may EE exam,I only have dental decks of part 2 and ADA released material. Can you tell me if I need to prepare dental decks of part 1, how many questions of part 1 are there in 300 questions of EE? :luck:
     

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