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Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by keke007, May 27, 2008.
does anyone had or know anyone who had a case where they had to fight WREB or take them to court?
Just replied in your other thread. I have heard of people appealing, but not of any winning. I think the WREB has themselves pretty much covered since their methods were validated by an independent agency several years ago. What argument could you come up with? The entire exam is subjective, and there isn't much of a way around it.
How do you prove that your restoration has not been touched since you took the exam? Or how do you prove that you cleaned all your calculus? They have 3 people check it and how could 3 people miss the same spot? Appealing only cost you money for lawyer, dragging time and wait for hearing or going to court. It's hard to find a lawyer who wants to fight the wreb too.
Even professors with 10+ years experience failed. Do not let this set back bothers you. Take a break, register for another exam. You know what you are up against now. Just be prepared better this time and you will be fine.