Before proceeding with this article do read the 1st part of this article here http://www.dentalorg.com/dentistry-in-canada-1.html
So as per the 1st part any Indian BDS / MDS graduate wanting to work in canada as a dentist needs to fulfill the following steps . See the FLOWCHART below .
We will be seeing in to each step One by One .
Step .1.WEB BASED SELF ASSESSMENT
NDEB Online Self-Assessment
The NDEB web-based self-assessment has been developed as a tool to help you gauge your ability to successfully complete the Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge.
The web-based self-assessment consists of 100 multiple choice questions. Upon completion, a tally of your responses (correct, incorrect, and unanswered) will be provided, along with some guidelines on how to proceed based on your score. These results are provided as a guideline only, and neither disqualify you from taking the Assessment nor guarantee that you will receive the minimum required test equated score on the Assessment.
Click the links below to go the NDEB CANADA site to give the online assessment test . Do read the instructions before giving the test .
STEP . 2 . APPLICATION & DOCUMENT VERIFICATION
Application for the 2013 Equivalency Process is now OPEN. The application deadline date for the 2013 NDEB Equivalency Process is September 28, 2012.
Graduates of non-accredited dental programs can also successfully complete an accredited Qualifying/Degree Completion Program in order to become eligible to participate in the NDEB Written and OSCE Examinations. These programs are especially designed to orient international graduates to dentistry and dental practice in Canada.
You must contact the universities directly to obtain specific information regarding these programs and admissions procedures. Contact information can be found below.
The result of one or more of the Assessments in the NDEB Equivalency Process are requirements for application to a Qualifying Program or a Degree Completion Program. Each university will inform you of its admission policy including which Assessments are admission requirements.
The application fee for the NDEB Equivalency Process is $600.00, non-refundable.
- Application to the Equivalency Process and Registration for Assessments must be submitted online. Only credit card payments will be accepted.
- Upon verification, individuals who have previously participated in the l’Ordre des dentistes du Québec (ODQ) equivalency process, the Association of Canadian Faculties of Dentistry (ACFD) Eligibility Examination or the NDEB certification process for non-accredited graduates will receive a credit for the application fee.
- Due to a high volume of documents received by our office we are unable to provide oral updates on documentation. The status of your documents can be obtained by logging into your online application and selecting the Profile Tab. Documents that have been ‘received’ will take approximately 6-8 weeks to be reviewed.
STEP . 3 . Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge
EVALUATION OF BASICS )
The Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge is a multiple choice style assessment. It consists of two (2) books, each with 150 multiple-choice type questions. Each book is given in a three (3) hour session. The sessions are held in the morning and afternoon of one day.
Participants whose score on the Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge is a test equated 75 or higher may register for the Assessment of Clinical Skills and the Assessment of Clinical Judgement.*
To view your profile or register for an Assessment please log in at ndeb-na.brighttrac.com.
* In order to assure the consistency of scores on all the versions of the Assessments, the NDEB uses a test equating procedure. This procedure correlates a standardized reference examination with the current version of the examination and determines the standardized mark.
THE CONTENT FOR THE TEST ARE AS FOLLOWS . SEE THE TABLE BELOW
TO SEE THE OFFICIAL FILE OF CANADIAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION CLICK BELOW
VISIT THE OFFICIAL SITE OF CANADIAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION HERE