Part 1: Written Exam
This is the qualifying examination for Associate Fellow and Fellow membership in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
The Part 1 (written) examination is designed to assess knowledge of basic science, "entry-level" knowledge and understanding of implant dentistry principles, and the ability to apply these principles in a clinical situation. Candidates have four hours to complete the 150 multiple-choice questions on the examination.
- To qualify, applicants must meet the educational requirements. Visit aaid.com/Part1 for more information.
- Applications must be received by the deadline for the examination location. Visit aaid.com/examschedule for upcoming dates.
- Preparation tips can be found at aaid.com/studyguide.
After passing Part 1 (written), candidates have the option of taking either the Associate Fellow or the Fellow examination, which are oral/case examinations. The oral/case examination must be completed successfully within four years after passing the Part 1 (written) examination; and candidates for the oral/case examination must be members of the Academy in good standing.
BEFORE you begin the application, you will need to gather:
- Applicant Information (complete name, address, phone number, etc.)
- 300 hours of education related to implant dentistry in the application (within past 12 years.)
- You will be asked to upload a verification of attendance for each course.
- At least 1 course must be participatory (If applying for examinations that occur after September 1, 2019 - 75 hours must be participatory)
- Choose exam location (see schedule for upcoming deadlines)
- Include payment for the application fee of $1,085 USD.
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