The TOEFL iBT stands for ‘Test of English as a Foreign Language - Internet-based test’. It is a standardized test to measure the English language ability of non-native speakers wishing to enroll in English-speaking universities. TOEFL is a trademark of the Educational Testing Service (ETS), a private non-profit organization, which designs and administers the tests. ETS issues official score reports which are sent independently to institutions and are valid for two years following the test.
- Visit the official TOEFL website
- Visit the ‘Notefull’ page Youtube
- How to apply with a low TOEFL score to US Dental admissions: Link
- Tips on how secure a 100+ score on TOEFL: Link
- How to answer ‘Why is your TOEFL score low: Blog Link
National Board Dental Examinations have been developed to assist state boards in determining qualifications of dentists who seek licensure to practice dentistry. These examinations assess candidates' ability to understand important information from basic biomedical and dental sciences and also the ability to apply such information in a problem-solving context.
NBDE 1: To be discontinued from December 31st, 2020
NBDE 2: To be discontinued from July 31st, 2022
- Vist Blog 1: National Board of Dental Examination NBDE Tips
- Vist Blog 2: A complete study plan for your NBDE exams
- Vist Blog 3: Passing the NBDE Part I
NBDE 1 Guide: Guide 1 | Guide 2
NBDE 2 Guide: Guide 1
NBDE 1 Resources : First Aid, Dental Decks, ASDA released papers, Dental Boards Mastery App, and other medical and dentistry textbooks
NBDE 2 Resources : First Aid, Dental Decks, ASDA released papers, Dental Boards Mastery App, and other dentistry textbooks
INBDE stands for Integrated National Board Dental Examination. INBDE has been launched and will be replacing NBDE 1 & 2.
- Visit the official INBDE website
Guide 1: INBDE Item Develpment Guide
Guide 2: Integrated National Board Dental Examination (INBDE) 2020 Candidate Guide
INBDE Sample Questions
- Blog Article : Foreign Trained Dentist and the INBDE Exam
The Advanced Dental Admission Test (ADAT) is an admission test designed to provide advanced dental education programs with a means to assess applicants’ potential for success. Third- and fourth-year dental students and practicing dentists interested in post-graduate training (e.g., in a dental specialty area), and international dental students applying to advanced dental education programs or advanced standing in pre-doctoral programs, are encouraged to apply to take the ADAT. The test consists of multiple-choice test questions presented in English, and includes a battery of three tests on the following: Biomedical Sciences; Clinical Sciences; Data, Research Interpretation, and Evidence-Based Dentistry.
- Visit the official ADAT website
Advanced Dental Admission Test (ADAT) 2020 Candidate Guide
ADAT Practice Test
Advanced Dental Admission Test (ADAT) Practice Test
- Blog Article 1: The Advanced Dental Admission Test (ADAT) : What We Know So Far
- Blog Article 2: What you should know about the ADAT in 2018
- Blog Article 3: Advanced Dental Admission Test
- All NBDE 1&2 and INBDE materials, ADAT Knockout App
CASPer is a selection tool run and developed by Atlus Assessments inc. It is used by academic programs to help assess applicants for non-academic attributes or people skills.
- CASPer for International Dentists
- Blog Article 1: Tips to Master CASPer
- Blog Article 2: Surefire Tips for Improving Your CASPer Score (With Examples)
- Check out BeMo Consulting website and BeMo Youtube Channel
The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools.
- Check out the official GRE website