The National Diploma in Dental Nursing examination will be in two parts, with the written paper and the practical known as the Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE).
Exam Fee: £485 (including both written and practical)
The written paper will consist of a mixture of Multiple Choice Questions (MQC) and Extended Matching Questions (EMQ) and will last around 2 ½ hours. Candidates who pass this section will then be automatically entered to the OSCE (practical) stage, which will take place approx 6 weeks after.
Candidates will be expected to complete all paperwork related to the exam and the tutor will submit all these applications prior to any deadlines. These forms will be provided throughout the course duration. Dental Premier will provide full details of any deadlines and information to ensure the highest quality of training and success rate.
IMPORTANT CHANGES AS OF OCTOBER 2015 – The NEBDN now require the students examination fee at the time of application for the Electronic Record of Experience, this fee is non refundable at any stage from the NEBDN once the eROE has been applied for if the nurse leaves the course, therefore can not be refunded by ourselves.