Question by : Are there any dentists who have entered dental school with a undergraduate gpa below 3.5?
And is Calculus essential for dental school. All schools are different the one I am looking at only suggests calculus.
Answer by hikarihime9029
Are you in America?
In America, most dental schools do not look at your undergraduate GPA. They look mainly at your DAT scores. Make sure you have really good DAT scores. Calculus is not required. It all depends on your pre-dental or pre-professional curriculum requires.
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Question by shushufontana: how many years does it take to become a cosmetic dentist?
including college, dental school, and specialty training
Answer by KT
i don’t know my advice yahoo search it and im sure the answer will be right there!
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Question by catirrusia77: Why the american dental association has not adopted the International tooth numbering system?
Currently we are using the Universal tooth number system, but it look a lot of practitioner disagree with this system
Answer by Dan
I don’t know. Tradition. Its what we are used to here. Why doesn’t the United States change everything to metric?
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