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NBDE & iNBDE Dental Boards - Anatomy

NBDE & iNBDE Dental Boards - Anatomy

Cram Cards

"NBDE Cram Cards" is the best way to save study time for the Dental Boards

4.7 Ratings 88 Reviews

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"NBDE Cram Cards" is the best way to save study time for the Dental Boards
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
88 Ratings
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  • Great app Jan 20, 2015

    By Letikita
    Very useful, pictures and lot of information to read on the go
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  • Handy Sep 17, 2015

    By TeamJAVA
    Love the fact that I can have it in my iPod. No more carrying heavy flash card.
    more
  • Awesome app for the NBDE Feb 12, 2014

    By GrossCaries
    Best app for studying on the go! It has excellent information to help me with my dental anatomy class as well as for my NBDE boards. Great app, nice interface, and very useful for reviewing the dental anatomy section. No wonder it has over 70 five star reviews! Could not ask for a more handy app!
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  • Amazing App! Nov 18, 2013

    By Naz1399
    This app really was very helpful while studying for my Nbde's since I had it on my phone 24/7 and could review questions anywhere. I would highly recommend it to anyone studying for their boards.
    more
  • Fantastic souce of study,Great app May 13, 2014

    By Sowg
    It is very helpfull app Because it is in question and answer format we can concentrate more and easy to understand,and explanations are with pictures,and quick response for doubts asked.
    more
  • STAY AWAY WRONG ANSWERS!! Nov 22, 2013

    By Dannyms23
    This app is terrible. It has several wrong answers and when I contacted the developers to tell them I never heard back. Also did some research and found out the cards are submitted from random users. DONT TRUST THIS APP :(
    more
  • EPIC FAIL Nov 21, 2013

    By JustinsBro
    This app is riddled with errors! It claims that the maxillary canine has the third longest crown in the mouth. It is the longest! Next longest is the mandibular canine (longest root), then the maxillary central incisor. How can I trust study materials that can't even get that right?!?
    more

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  • Great app Jan 20, 2015

    By Letikita
    Very useful, pictures and lot of information to read on the go
    more
  • Handy Sep 17, 2015

    By TeamJAVA
    Love the fact that I can have it in my iPod. No more carrying heavy flash card.
    more
  • Awesome app for the NBDE Feb 12, 2014

    By GrossCaries
    Best app for studying on the go! It has excellent information to help me with my dental anatomy class as well as for my NBDE boards. Great app, nice interface, and very useful for reviewing the dental anatomy section. No wonder it has over 70 five star reviews! Could not ask for a more handy app!
    more
  • Amazing App! Nov 18, 2013

    By Naz1399
    This app really was very helpful while studying for my Nbde's since I had it on my phone 24/7 and could review questions anywhere. I would highly recommend it to anyone studying for their boards.
    more
  • Fantastic souce of study,Great app May 13, 2014

    By Sowg
    It is very helpfull app Because it is in question and answer format we can concentrate more and easy to understand,and explanations are with pictures,and quick response for doubts asked.
    more
  • Great app Nov 18, 2013

    By Kvgm123
    A+++ very useful
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  • Wow, Dec 2, 2013

    By M Castillo
    They are great, good help.
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  • STAY AWAY WRONG ANSWERS!! Nov 22, 2013

    By Dannyms23
    This app is terrible. It has several wrong answers and when I contacted the developers to tell them I never heard back. Also did some research and found out the cards are submitted from random users. DONT TRUST THIS APP :(
    more
  • EPIC FAIL Nov 21, 2013

    By JustinsBro
    This app is riddled with errors! It claims that the maxillary canine has the third longest crown in the mouth. It is the longest! Next longest is the mandibular canine (longest root), then the maxillary central incisor. How can I trust study materials that can't even get that right?!?
    more

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