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D1 year basic concepts review guide?

simpledimple9

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Dec 13, 2018
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Hi guys,

Hope you're all doing well with everything going on.

I have been thinking of making a review guide of D1 year, of mostly the main concepts that we will need to know and carry out throughout out these 4 years and maybe even beyond. It's been a whirlwind and I feel like I don't know what I know and what I don't know. So this will probably range from main things we learned in Perio, Dental Anatomy, Operative Dentistry, and Occlusion. Has this ever been done before? If so, anyone willing to share it and maybe combine things we learned and post it for others to reference it too?

Also, if you have any input on what I should add to it let me know :)

Thanks
 
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pubhealthdent

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Hi guys,

Hope you're all doing well with everything going on.

I have been thinking of making a review guide of D1 year, of mostly the main concepts that we will need to know and carry out throughout out these 4 years and maybe even beyond. It's been a whirlwind and I feel like I don't know what I know and what I don't know. So this will probably range from main things we learned in Perio, Dental Anatomy, Operative Dentistry, and Occlusion. Has this ever been done before? If so, anyone willing to share it and maybe combine things we learned and post it for others to reference it too?

Also, if you have any input on what I should add to it let me know :)

Thanks

Why not just get an NBDE prep book? All that info and more will be in there probably in a much more organized format than you can come up with (no offense, just most of those books are on the 10th+ edition and have figured out what's important and not)
 
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simpledimple9

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Why not just get an NBDE prep book? All that info and more will be in there probably in a much more organized format than you can come up with (no offense, just most of those books are on the 10th+ edition and have figured out what's important and not)

Thank you, I'm not sure why I thought it would be too early to start going over NBDE prep material now, but if it does then I will take a look,
Thanks for that
 
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