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    dr.Ayaan is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Entrance exam

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    How hard is it? What should i revise for? Ive applied through a agent (mistake i know) but i have not heard anything? Should i have been called up for the exam by now?

    Also, im applying for dentistry and dont understand this factulty business. I didnt choose one?

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    up up up ^^^^
    any one
    help

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    Well, first I think you need to choose where you want to study (as each faculty has its own entrance exam.) I think the First Faculty has the best dentistry program in the country so far but it's also reputed for being hard. There is only one dentistry group comprised of about 15 - 20 students but this number usually falls down to 10-15 by the end of the first 2 years (so you do get a lot of personalized attention). It's a 5 year course as you might already be aware.

    The First Faculty's program is also the most expensive among the others (around 14,000 - 14,500 EUR) so do a thorough search before on the tuition before you choose a place.

    Regarding how to prepare for the entrance exam, just make sure you revise the three subjects - Biology, Chemistry and Physics. I don't know where you're from but the level required normally corresponds to the British A-Levels or the American freshman year of college or the AP/IB program done in high school. Take the exam as soon as early (as that improves your chances of getting in).

    Good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by shrey View Post
    Well, first I think you need to choose where you want to study (as each faculty has its own entrance exam.) I think the First Faculty has the best dentistry program in the country so far but it's also reputed for being hard. There is only one dentistry group comprised of about 15 - 20 students but this number usually falls down to 10-15 by the end of the first 2 years (so you do get a lot of personalized attention). It's a 5 year course as you might already be aware.

    The First Faculty's program is also the most expensive among the others (around 14,000 - 14,500 EUR) so do a thorough search before on the tuition before you choose a place.

    Regarding how to prepare for the entrance exam, just make sure you revise the three subjects - Biology, Chemistry and Physics. I don't know where you're from but the level required normally corresponds to the British A-Levels or the American freshman year of college or the AP/IB program done in high school. Take the exam as soon as early (as that improves your chances of getting in).

    Good luck!
    ive pm'd you

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