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I graduated 10 years ago however didn’t pass the computer portion of the nerb exam. I was thinking of retaking the crdts next year. Do you think it’s been too long since I’ve been out of school? Think it would be a waste of money?



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I would think that having experience under your belt would actually make taking a clinical easier. Hygienists who have been working, some for many years, but are relocating and need a different clinical for their new state of licensure re-take clinical exams and from what I have heard do just fine. Each hygienists’ situation and outcome is different, but again, I think experience would help.

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