I’m glad you’ve joined in on this 7 Day ‘Study for the Dental Hygiene Board Exam’ Challenge!
At this point you could be feeling like you’ve studied so much you don’t know what else you can possibly study, but you only have so much time left so you know you should study SOMETHING...
I was a student once too and I know how stressful it can be. You have so much to study and so little time. Let’s dive right in on this 7 Day Challenge.
- I want you to go right now to your Oral Pathology textbook from school. I have the Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist fourth edition. There is a newer edition out there yes, but you know what? Not much has changed from either edition and for $4.99 + shipping if you don’t have any oral pathology texts I suggest you get it here. The newest edition is $112.
1. Read Chapters one, two, three and seven. There are only nine chapters so you are well on your way! It doesn’t hurt to read the whole textbook, it’s actually a very easy read but with a month left of studying it isn’t necessary. Those chapters (one, two, three and seven) are the main ones and typical board exam questions seem to come from those.
2. Once you have read those Chapters – I want you to go back and read over any oral pathology notes you have. If you are a student in my Full Board Exam Prep Course – go back in your membership area and read the full powerpoint I have on oral pathology. I make it very easy for you, instead of reading your textbook AGAIN you can study from the full document I have prepared for you, with video!
3. OK! How are you doing so far? You have read those chapters, and reviewed all your oral pathology notes hopefully. If you aren’t a member of the Full Board Exam Prep Course, you can look at my Mock Exam Package on Oral Pathology here. You receive a full powerpoint on notes and mock exam questions/multiple choice and rationales at the end.
Today is your day for oral pathology! Study well and you will have it down pat ☺. Be sure to answer the questions in your textbook as well. Stay tuned for tomorrow for a different topic! If oral pathology takes you a few days that’s ok too, keep your next emails as a reference and you can work on them at your own pace.