NBDE I Dental Question Bank and Practice Test

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“The part 1 questions were great! Overall this is a great collection of questions and medical/dental knowledge by dentists for future dentists.”

Jane Shin, former Harvard Dental School Student
Editor for BoardVitals NBDE question bank

Advantages of using BoardVitals NBDE I Prep:

  • Questions, answers and explanations categorized by Human Anatomy, Embryology, Histology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Microbiology, Pathology, Dental Anatomy and Occlusion
  • Each Question has a percent correct rating, so you can compare yourself to others
  • Surveys conducted to identify relevant content areas on the NBDE I Exam and content is continually updated and improved
  • Flag questions that you want to go back to at a later date in time

Tips and Advice for the NBDE I Exam:

The dental exam includes 400 questions. All questions are in the standard multiple choice format, but be aware that 20% of the exam is structured as an interdisciplinary testlet. This means that there will be a scenario presented and then a variety of questions from the different exam categories will be shown (all related to the single topic). BoardVitals has interdisciplinary questions dispersed throughout the exam, but you may encounter them as separate questions depending on how you use our NBDE I question bank. The test taker should also be prepared for Professional Ethics / Patient Management in addition to the following stated categories:

  • Anatomic Sciences
  • Biochemistry-Physiology
  • Microbiology-Pathology
  • Dental Anatomy and Occlusion

The ethical questions are generally not considered difficult, but make sure to devote a portion of your study time to knowing ADA suggested guidelines.

Additionally, be ready for the following types of structured questions: completion, paired true false, question, cause and effect, and negatives (except, all of the above). We have tried to mix in as many of the question structures as possible to give the student a realistic test experience.