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Comprehensive Treatment Planning Exam (CTP)

The Comprehensive Treatment Planning (CTP) examination is a computer-based examination administered by Prometric testing centers. The exam consists of three (3) patient cases of varying complexity, one of which is a pediatric patient. For each case, Candidates assess patient history, photographs, radiographs, and clinical information, create and submit a treatment plan, and then answer questions or perform tasks related to each case. Candidates are allowed three (3) hours to complete the CTP exam. A 15 minute tutorial is provided prior to the beginning of the examination.

Once enrolled in an exam, you will receive information regarding scheduling the CTP exam. This exam will be taken at a Prometric testing center. You will have approximately a 45-60 day time frame to take the exam.

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Prometric information for CTP exam

You will need to schedule an appointment at a Prometric test center to take the CTP exam. Once you are enrolled in a Dental exam, you will be emailed a letter with the information needed to schedule your CTP exam with Prometric. You cannot schedule without this authorization.

Appointments are limited and WREB recommends scheduling your appointment with Prometric as soon as you receive the email with your authorization. This will increase your chances of arranging the most convenient time for your schedule.

Learn more about Prometric and to schedule your exam or call 1-800-490-6550.

Provisional Acceptance

Provisional acceptance is available to matriculating students taking the exam at the participating sites listed below. Please refer to the Dental Candidate Guide for details on the process. It is the Candidates’ responsibility to make arrangements with the school to ensure radiographs are submitted during the windows listed below.

2018 Provisional Acceptance Schedule

Clinical Exam

The clinical exam consists of two (2) Operative procedures and one (1) Periodontal treatment on live patients, plus an Endodontic treatment exam on two (2) extracted teeth. The schedule consists of one Orientation Day and two and a half (2.5) Clinic Days.

For more information refer to Exam Procedures under Policies & Procedures.

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