The MJDF consists of Part 1 and Part 2 exams. Candidates will normally be allowed a maximum of five years in which to complete all parts, but will need to pass Part 1 before progressing to Part 2. Part 1 consists of 150 Single Best Answer (SBA) questions within a single three-hour paper.
Purpose and objectives The MFDS examination is intended to provide evidence of knowledge, understanding and clinical competence beyond that recognized by the primary dental qualification.
Purpose and objectives Award of the Diploma will indicate that the candidate has enhances his/her knowledge and understanding well beyond the primary qualification level to the standard required to proceed into specialist training.
Purpose and objectives : Part 1 is designed to test candidates’ application of knowledge to clinical practice. Part 2 is designed for candidates to demonstrate practical clinical skills.
Purpose and objectives : The main functions of the ADC are to act as an external accreditation entity under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law .
Purpose and objectives : The purpose of the NBDE Part I and Part II is to assist state boards in determining qualifications of dentists who seek licensure to practice dentistry. The examinations assess the ability to understand important information from the biomedical and dental sciences, and the ability to apply such information in a problem-solving context. State boards use the information provided by the NBDE to help protect the public health.