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  1. I was under the impression that the limited capacity was for those that had to have their tests rescheduled due to COVID-19
  2. Yeah I get what you mean. But if you think about it, because of COVID, no one can even take the test between 3rd and 4th year. Honestly in the grand scheme of things its not that big of a deal but just at the moment its kind of frustrating. A year of working in private practice won't kill me
  3. Yeah unfortunately it looks like I'm in that spot of not being able to apply but also not being able to take the test. Pretty frustrating as I'd hoped there would've been more cohesiveness between the examining board and schools (and a lot more understanding but dental schools are notorious for their lack thereof). Any schools you know of that are more understanding to this?
  4. Not sure if anyone else is in the same boat as me. As a Canadian dental student graduating in 2021, with the INBDE announced I opted not to take the NBDE part 1 after my 2nd year of dental school as I figured I could just get it over with in 1 section at the end of my 4th year with the INBDE (Yeah very foolish of me). Now I'm at the point where I'm thinking of applying to programs in the US and a lot of them mention the necessity for Part 1 to even apply, with no mention at all of the INBDE. Maybe I just had more faith that US dental schools would be more updated/current with the new boards, e
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