How Difficult is it to become accepted into a Residency?

Discussion in 'Dental Residents and Practicing Dentists' started by tl413, May 29, 2008.

  1. tl413

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    Hello,

    Subject says it all for this one.

    Thanks in advace.
     
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  3. vorosvirag

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    It depends.

    Which speciality? The process to get into endo vs. oral path is completely different.

    How connected are you? What are your credentials? All kinds of factors enter in.
     
  4. Jone

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    i don't think anyone truly knows the answer to this, considering that by the time you take NBDE1 it will be a pass/fail test.


     
  5. Pedo Unicorn

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    I would say it is somewhere between "relatively easy" and "extremely difficult".
     
  6. crazy_sherm

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    Actually it doesn't. You need to a little more specific as to what type of residency and your situation. Searching might give you some insight as most of these subjects have been covered and help you ask a more focused and relevant question.
     
  7. misspredent

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    what are the stats for AEGD accepted residents?
     
  8. TomBosley

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    its super easy
     
  9. shabu2

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    If you have a foreign accent and want to do perio.
     

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