It’s Your Turn in the Chair: Study Tips for the AACD Accreditation Written ExamFebruary 18, 2019 by AACD Executive Office
Being a successful student often requires learning how to study. As a dental student, you probably devised strategies and methods for studying for your exams based on your learning style, the types of questions you were going to be asked, and the type of material you were studying. Now that you’ve registered to take the AACD Accreditation Written Exam*, you may need to brush the dust off of your highlighters and buy some new notecards. Whatever your personal approach to studying may be, we want to offer you some insights into proven methods of studying for the AACD Accreditation Written Exam.
For a limited time, when you register to take the Accreditation Written Examination at AACD 2019 in San Diego, we'll help you get ready with a free sample exam! But wait, there's more! We'll also throw in an AACD 2019 logo t-shirt that you will receive on site—an exclusive piece of apparel only for attendees taking the written exam! Click here to register for AACD 2019 and add the Accreditation Written Exam to your registration.
Other more superstitious folks might tell you to also wear your lucky socks and use your lucky Dixon Ticonderoga pencil, but we know that you won’t need any luck if you follow these proven methods for studying for the AACD Accreditation Written Exam.
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