We provide following courses to fulfil the varying demands of the students.
  1. Iridium Course: for  ADC Preliminary Exam preparation in 20 weeks.
  2. Crash Course: for ADC Preliminary Exam preparation in 8 weeks.
  3. Course for Overseas Registration Examination (ORE) preparation in 20 weeks.
  4. NEET MDS Online Practice course in 20 weeks 
  5. Course for preparation of Govt Dental Job Exams in 8 weeks
  6. Course for preparation of NDEB for AFK, ACJ & ACS in 20 weeks

1. Iridium Course

This course is designed for a fresh start. You should take it if you want to prepare for Knowledge and Judgement examination of the Australian Dental Council thoroughly.

What will you get?

This course will provide you the study material in form of short notes, clinical case studies, essential links for required topics, Australian practice guidelines, video lectures, mock test papers on weekly and monthly basis. The mock test papers will contain questions based on new blue print of the ADC written examination.

At the end of each test paper, you will see your scores. You will see the explanation of the topic. Here, you will come to know, what cluster this question belongs to and what is the purpose of asking that particular question. You may need to do further study and retake the test. You can take the test as many time as many you need. The course duration will be valid for 5 months that can be extended upon request. You will have your own pace for study or you can follow the set schedule by the faculties.


Learning Objectives

  • To become proficient in solving the scenario based, multi choice single best answer questions under real examination conditions.
  • To gain deep understanding of the topics.
  • To prepare for part two practical examination.
  • To Increase the probability of success in the preliminary examination.

What you get extra

You will get the study materials that have been accumulated by the previous ADC examination passed faculties. The materials have been selected carefully in a span of several years. The study materials include notes, books, journals, specific regulations of Australian dentistry etc. You will get one to one support during your study. 

To buy, scan QR code and pay Rs. 75,999.00 60,799.00 only.


 2ADC Preliminary Exam: Crash Course

This is a fast-paced course of 10 week duration & is designed for final revision and practice for ADC part 1 written examination. 

Salient features of This Course

  • It contains papers, each containing enough questions as per ADC Written Examination new blue print format. 
  • At the end of each paper, the results will be shown with the correct answer and explanation. 
  • The questions are designed exactly the same way as it appears in the actual examination. 
  • The papers contain scenario based, single best answer, multi option questions.
  • After completion of this course, you will have a better understanding of attempting the questions of ADC Part 1 written examination.

 Scan the following QR code and pay Rs. 3,999.00 only to get access.


3. Overseas Registration Examination

If you do not want to read the text, you can listen this presentation on YouTube at this link Overseas Registration Examination

What is the Overseas Registration Examination (ORE)?

ORE means Overseas Registration Examination. It is an exam that overseas qualified dentists have to pass because their dental bachelor degrees are not recognised by GDC. After passing ORE, a dentist can get registration in GDC and he or she will be allowed to practise dentistry unsupervised in the UK. The ORE tests the clinical skills and knowledge of overseas dentists who  are referred to as a candidate. Candidates are expected to be at equal or above the standard of a ‘just passed’ UK BDS graduate. A candidate should be able to show competence, knowledge and familiarity in the different aspects of dentistry in the exam. 

The ORE has two parts

The​ Part 1 is designed in such a way that it tests candidates’ application of knowledge to clinical practice. ORE part 1 consists of two computer-based exam papers:

Paper A covers clinically applied dental science and clinically applied human disease. Basically it will check your ability to apply your knowledge of non clinical subjects to understand its role in human diseases.

Paper B covers aspects of clinical dentistry, including law, ethics, health and safety. It means paper B will check your ability to treat patients taking care of existing laws of the UK, ethics, and safety. Each paper lasts three hours and is made up of multiple short answer questions. They will contain extended matching questions and single best answer questions. A candidate is expected to be able to show competence, knowledge and familiarity in the different aspects of dentistry.

You need to achieve a minimum 50% marks in each paper to pass the part 1 of ORE. There are a maximum of 200 places available at each examination period. You must pass both papers in order to progress to Part 2. 

Location and Cost of Overseas Registration Examination

The Part 1 exam is held at King’s College London and costs £806. There are currently no confirmed dates for 2021. Your exam results will be sent to you by email. Generally it is declared within 20 working days of the examination. You will be given a percentage mark out of 100 for paper 1 as well as paper 2. Also, you will get an overall pass or fail award. Approximately 40 working days after the examination, the Part 1 Supplier, King’s College London, will provide you with result feedback. Upon passing Part 1, your name will be added to the Part 2 candidate list. You will be allowed four attempts for Part 1. 

Part 2 of ORE 

Part 2 is designed for candidates to demonstrate practical clinical skills. For each examination period, a maximum of 144 candidates are able to undertake the Part 2 exam. The current cost of the examination is £2,929 per candidate, payable at the time of booking. 

Part 2 Examination Dates: 

There are currently no confirmed dates for 2021 part 2.

Four Components of Part 2 of the ORE:

  1. DM,
  2. OSCE,
  3. DTP &
  4. EM 

First component is An operative test on a dental manikin: Candidates are required to perform three procedures over a period of three hours. These procedures primarily involve the preparation and restoration of teeth, but may also include other procedures where appropriate simulation can allow assessment of operative skills. 

Second component is An objective structured clinical examination (OSCE).  This is where candidates visit a series of ‘stations’ which test their clinical skills. These may include history-taking and assessment, communication skills such as an explanation of problems and treatment plans, judgement and decision making, ethics and attitudes, and clinical examination. The series of stations will cover aspects of behavioural sciences, human disease, law, ethics, professionalism, clinical dentistry, restorative dentistry, paediatric dentistry, orthodontics, preventive dentistry, dental public health, comprehensive oral care, oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral microbiology, dental radiology and imaging.

Third component is A diagnostic and treatment planning exercise (DTP):  This involves an actor who will provide an appropriate history. You will be provided relevant additional information such as photographs, radiographs, study models or results of other special tests. You will not examine the actor. The exercise may involve any of the above aspects of clinical dentistry I just mentioned.

Fourth component is a practical examination in medical emergencies (ME).  This assessment consists of two parts: First is a structured scenario-based oral and the second is a demonstration of single handed basic life support. This will include cardiopulmonary resuscitation using a resuscitation manikin. You will be allowed four attempts for Part 2. Your exam results will be sent to you by email. The result will be declared within 20 working days of the exam. If you only fail the medical emergencies exercise during the ORE Part 2 , you will be able to re-sit this component only at a future exam. Sitting the ME only exam costs £300. If you pass the ME component at this sitting, you will have passed Part 2 of the ORE. If you fail, you will need to retake the full ORE Part 2 exam, if you are eligible to do so. The ME only exam is held at the same time as the full Part 2 exam. Once you have passed Part 2, you will be able to apply for registration with the GDC.   

Books Recommended for ORE Preparation

  • Oxford Handbook of Applied Dental Science
  • Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry 6
  • Scully’s Medical Problems in Dentistry, 7 e
  • Master Dentistry: Volume 1
  • Master Dentistry: Volume 2
  •  Essentials of Dental Radiography and Radiology-Eric Whaites
  • Vanders Physiology
  • BD Chaurasia for Anatomy
To purchase course for ORE part 1 preparation, Pay Rs. 74,999.00 59,999.00 only after scanning the QR code.



4. NEET MDS Online Practice course

NEET MDS Online Practice course aims to help you practice online MCQ papers on a weekly topic wise basis. In this course you can study on your own and keep on tracking your progress.

Benefits You Will Get from NEET MDS Online Course

You do not need to leave your home or workplace for NEET MDS preparation and stay safe from Corona.

All tests are supported by proper explanation.

More than 6000 MCQs for an extensive preparation. No topic will be left behind. Notes will be provided for every topic.

Access to previous NEET/AIIMS/PGI papers.

Option for unlimited re-takes for already attempted papers for improvement.

Doubt clearing sessions are regularly held.

In case you need any help, you may be provided by an experienced faculty.

The duration of this course is 20 weeks.

To buy this course scan the QR code and pay Rs. 11,999 5999.00 only.


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