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. The exam is given in two parts: 75 questions with an optional break and the immediate completion of the final 75 items.
- 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.
AAID CODE OF CONDUCT
All test materials are property of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. This exam is securely delivered. The AAID reserves the right to review and pursue additional investigation against any reported irregularities. Irregularities include failure to abide by the proctor instructions and rules, tampering with the computer or software, attempting to, or suspected of cheating, appropriate action will be taken. This may include disqualification or invalidation of your exam results.
The AAID reserves the right to investigate, suspend, and terminate a candidate’s examination for any of these irregular behaviors below, but are not limited to:
- Obstructing the proctor’s duty throughout the process or failure to follow proctor instructions.
- The examination is given in English. Candidates are not permitted to use any translation devices during the examination.
- Personal items, such as cellular phones, hand-held computers/personal digital assistants (PDAs) or other electronic devices, pagers, smart watches (Apple watch, Fitbit, OS ware, etc.), purses, hats, bags, coats, books, and notes are not allowed during the examination.
- If you are administered a virtual exam e.g., no live proctor), a cellular device will be used for the video capabilities but cannot be accessed for anything other than the recording capability during the examination.
- Eating, drinking, smoking is not allowed during the test.
- Seeking unauthorized assistance during the exam
- Visitors, children, spouses, family, or friends ARE NOT allowed during the test.
- Studying and study items are NOT allowed during the test break.
- You may not disclose, copy, or reproduce any portion of the material contained in this examination
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. The required application fee is non-refundable.
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 the past 12 years.)
- You will be asked to upload verification of attendance for each course.
- At least 75 hours must be participatory
- Choose exam date (see schedule for upcoming deadlines)
- Include payment for the application fee of $1,085 USD.
- The application fee is non-refundable. All payments must be in U. S. dollars.
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