Preparation for dental exams

16th July 2020 | Dental News, Training

We know how difficult it is to revise and the preparation for dental exams is vital.  This is made harder during the COVID-19 pandemic.  There are so many distractions when forced to be housebound .  Even putting the washing on becomes an event!

Practise exams are recognised as being an excellent method of revision.  It tests your knowledge on the subject without the stress of an exam environment.

Dental exam revision

To help people going though dental qualification, we have set up some test papers, which are as close to real exam questions as possible.  They are based on previous exam questions and our expert knowledge on the NEBDN examinations.

What is great for you, this is a free service for our registered clients.  To gain access to the service you will need your email address and a password that we will provide you with.  If you have not already received your password, please email training@dentaltrainingltd.com and we will provide you with instructions on how to access the website.

For those with a password, please visit dentaltrainingexams.co.uk and get started.  Please note, to simulate exam conditions, each exam has a time limit.  You will be only able to complete each exam once too, so ensure you have enough time and are ready for the exam.

If you have not done your training with Dental Training Ltd, then you can still use the service.  But there is a one time fee of £50 to take all the revision exams. Follow the link

Dental Exam Revision Membership

 

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