PART 3 WRITTEN TEST
The written test will be given at the annual conference in Katy Texas. Time to be determined. Testing candidates will be given a testing number. Only the office will have the name of the testing candidate. Candidates will be notified of the testing time.
The written test will be in the form of multiple choice and true/false questions. The candidate will have 1 hour to complete the written test. Testing questions will pertain to the following information:
Anatomy and Physiology
Geriatric Aging and its markers
Recognition of Oral Pathology
Management of the geriatric mouth
Nutritional knowledge needed with geriatrics
The candidate must pass with an 80% or better score to move on to Part 4.
PART 4- SKULL CASE- BASED EXAMINATION TEST
The examination testing will take place on Sunday morning immediately following the annual October conference in Katy Texas. Candidates will be notified of the testing time. The testing candidate will be assigned a testing number.
The case-based examination will be designed to present 3 geriatric skull cases the candidate will be asked to chart the pathology, course of management, and recommendations.
Each candidate will have 30 minutes to complete each skull evaluation. For a total testing time of 90 minutes.
Candidates must pass with an 80% or better score.
**The evaluation team will NOT know the testing candidate’s name. Only the office will have the name of each candidate for the testing portions Once the testing is completed, candidates can leave.
Notification of results will be sent via email. Candidates who pass will receive their Certificates in the mail.