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CANADA牙医考试 流程

参考来源:

http://www.ndeb.ca/accredited/written-examination

 

Application Process

Applications must be submitted online. All fees must be payed by credit card.

Regsitration for the November 2011 Written and OSCE Examinations is now closed.

The deadline to register for the March 2012 examinations is January 10, 2012. Please click on the following link to begin your application to participate in the NDEB examinations:

https://ndeb.brighttrac.com/

Graduates from accredited dental programs who graduated more than  5 years (60 months) ago, must download the following form and follow the instructions:

Special Consideration Application Form

 

The Written Examination

I CONTENT AND FORMAT

The Written Examination consists of two books, each with 150 multiple choice type questions.  Each book is given in a 150 minute examination session.  The sessions are held in the morning and afternoon of one day.

The Examination Blueprint outlined below gives the content areas and approximate number of questions in each area.

Book 1

  • Health Promotion/Population
  • Health
  • Relationship of General/Oral Health
  • Scientific Literature
  • Records
  • Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology
  • General Biochemistry/Cariology
  • Oral Microanatomy
  • Oral Embryology

(50 questions)

  • Anxious Patient
  • Abuse & Neglect
  • Occupational Hazards
  • Periodontics
  • Pharmacology
  • Growth & Development
  • Physiology

(50 questions)

  • Radiology
  • Informed Consent
  • Prevention
  • Anatomy
  • Microbiology/Immunology
  • Pathology/Medicine

(50 questions)

Total Number of Questions in Book 1: 150

Book 2

  • Fixed Partial Denture/Removable Partial Denture
  • Dental Emergencies
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Ethics & Jurisprudence
  • Trauma
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Implants

(50 questions)

  • Operative Dentistry
  • Endodontics
  • Orthodontics
  • Dental Anatomy/Occlusion
  • Special Needs Patient

(50 questions)

  • Infection Control
  • Local Anesthesia
  • Therapeutics
  • Oral Facial Pain
  • Oral Surgery
  • Geriatric Dentistry

(50 questions)

Total Number of Questions in Book 2: 150

The list of competencies from which examination items are developed is available at http://www.ndeb.ca/accredited/competencies.
II SCHEDULE

Validation of  Registration         8:30am
Book I                                    9:00am to 11:30am
Book II                                   1:00pm to 3:30pm

 

III VALIDATION OF REGISTRATION

During the validation of registration candidates will be issued an Identification (ID) card.  To receive the ID card, candidates will be required to show current government photo identification, (i.e. a current passport or driver’s licence), for comparison to the ID card.  Candidates who do not provide government photo identification will not be admitted.

Candidates must have the ID card visible at all times and must return the card to the Test Administrator at the end of the examination.  Removing any paper with copied test items or notes from the examination location is prohibited and will be considered as compromising the integrity of the examination.  The consequences of such actions are delineated in NDEB By-law 18.01.  The NDEB will verify that all ID cards are returned.  Candidates who fail to return their ID card may receive a zero “0” score for the examination.
Written Examination Protocol

Download: 2011 Written Protocol (PDF 567 KB)

The following released Exams are available in PDF Format.

Download: NDEB Released Written Questions (PDF 1163 KB)

The OSCE Examination

I CONTENT AND FORMAT

The OSCE is a station type examination comprised of a morning session and an afternoon session on the same day.

The majority of the stations will have 2 questions and will require the candidate to review the information supplied (e.g. case history, dental charts, photographs, radiographs, casts, models) and answer extended match type questions.  Each extended match type question will have up to 15 answer options and one or more correct answers.  All answers for these questions must be recorded on the answer score sheet provided.

A few stations may require the candidate to review the information supplied and write an acceptable prescription for a medication commonly prescribed by general dentists in Canada.  Any required prescription must be legibly written on the supplied form and submitted as directed.  The candidate’s NDEB Identification Number must be correctly recorded on the prescription form.

Candidates will have 5 minutes at each station to answer the questions.  After 5 minutes the candidate will move to the next station.  The Question and Answer Framework for the examination is available below.

The list of competencies from which examination items are developed is available at http://www.ndeb.ca/accredited/competencies.

II SCHEDULE

Validation of Registration            8:30 am

Morning Examination Session     9:00 am to 11:30 am

Afternoon Examination Session  1:30 pm to 4:15 pm

III VALIDATION OF REGISTRATION

During the validation of registration candidates will be issued an Identification (ID) card.  To receive the ID card, candidates will be required to show current government photo identification, (i.e. a current passport or driver’s licence), for comparison to the ID card.  Candidates who do not provide government photo identification will not be admitted.

Candidates must have the ID card visible at all times and must return the card to the Test Administrator at the end of the examination.  The back of the ID card may be used for calculation or rough notes.  Candidates must take the ID card with them from station to station during the examination and leave it at the last station at the end of each session.  Removing any paper with copied test items or notes from the examination location is prohibited and will be considered as compromising the integrity of the examination.  The consequences of such actions are delineated in NDEB By-law 18.01.  The NDEB will verify that all ID cards are returned.  Candidates who fail to return the ID card may receive a zero (?0”) score for the examination.

OSCE Protocol

Download: 2011 OSCE Protocol 

Question and Answer Framework for the OSCE

Download: OSCE Template

Fees

FEE SCHEDULE FOR GRADUATES OF ACCREDITED DENTAL PROGRAMS

January 2012 – December 2012
(Subject to change)

 

  1. APPLICATION FEE$400.00

(payable ONCE ONLY, when applying and non-refundable)

  1. EXAMINATION FEES
  • Written Examination       $700.00
  • Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)   $900.00

No examination fee will be refunded to a candidate who commences an examination and for any reason does not complete that examination

  1. WRITTEN AND OSCE EXAMINATION WITHDRAWAL FEES
  • Withdrawal from an examination PRIOR to the deadline date $100.00 per examination
  • Withdrawal from an examination AFTER the deadline date $300.00 per examination

A withdrawal fee of $150.00 per examination will be charged for a candidate who withdraws from an examination after the examination registration deadline date but prior to the examination date, provided that the candidate supplies well documented evidence of illness or documentation of circumstances beyond a candidate’s control.

  1. RESCORING

A candidate who is unsuccessful in an examination may, within 3 months of the release of their results, make a written request for a manual rescoring of their examination.

  • Written Examination      $150.00
  • OSCE Examination       $300.00
  1. OTHER FEES
  • Replacement of NDEB Certificate    $45.00
  • Proof of Certification      $20.00/letter

ALL PAYMENTS FOR RESCORING AND OTHER FEES MUST BE PAID ONLINE USING A CREDIT CARD BY SIGNING INTO YOUR NDEB PROFILE PAGE

Dates and Locations

CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION DATES AND LOCATIONS – 2012

For Graduates of Accredited Dental Programs
(The examination dates may be changed by the NDEB as required)

 

MARCH 2012 SESSION

Written Examination: March 3, 2012

OSCE Examination: March 4, 2012

Registration Deadline: January 10, 2012

Centres will be established at the ten Canadian dental schools. Please note that the NDEB also intends to establish a centre in Boston Massachusetts and Minneapolis, Minnesota for the March 2012 session.

 

MAY 2012 SESSION

Written Examination: May 26, 2012

OSCE Examination: May 27, 2012

Registration Deadline: April 27, 2012

Centres are established one year in advance of the date of the examination. Centres will be established in Canada in several locations, provided there is an expectation of a minimum of 10 candidates at a location.

 

NOVEMBER 2012 SESSION

Written Examination: November 17, 2012

OSCE Examination: November 18, 2012

Registration Deadline: October 1, 2012

Centres are established one year in advance of the date of the examination. Centres will be established in Canada in several locations, provided there is an expectation of a minimum of 10 candidates at a location.

NOTES:

  • According to Board policy, the NDEB may establish Written and OSCE Examination centres outside of Canada. These identified locations must have acceptable security and an expectation of a minimum of 50 candidates.
  • The NDEB will try to accommodate location preferences but may have to offer alternative locations due to space limitation at some examination locations.
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