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WREB vs. Clinical state exam in California?

Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by flora, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. flora

    flora New Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'm in the third year in a canadian University and next year, after my graduation I would like to go to work in California. From the Dental Board of California website I know that they are accepting either the state clinical exam or the Western Regional Exam Board (WREB) exam.

    Which one is less difficult and doable?


    And another question:
    Do you know if V.A. Healthcenter in San Diego for GPR residency is taking canadian citizens?

    Thank you and I hope that someone can help me with some information.
     
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  3. gottago

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    Definetly I would choose the WREB. Simply because you can apply for licensure in at least 30 more states based on passing the WREB. It's a reasonable exam too.
     
  4. omemnow

    omemnow New Member

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    Take WREB for obvious reasons flora mentioned above. I took WREB and the exmainers were extremely fair.
     
  5. flora

    flora New Member

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    Thanks for you both. I think I will chose the WREB but the problem is that I am in Canada now.
    How could I possibly find the patients to pass the WREB exam?

    The normal american students how they find patients for WREB?

    If you think that you could help me with an answer I will appreciate this.

    Thhank you.
     

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