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Natalie Fein, MSeD, NCC, DCC
Nationally Certified Counselor
Depending on where you are at in your education makes a difference. According to the American Dental Association, https://www.ada.org/en/education-careers/careers-in-dentistry/be-a-dentist/applying-for-dental-school , you will need to successfully complete:
8 hours Biology with lab
8 hours Physics
8 hours English
8 hours General Chemistry with lab
8 hours Organic Chemistry with lab.
Usually, to achieve organic chemistry and physics, you will need to be be complete Pre-Calculus or Higher. While you don't need to be a science major, you do want to follow a pre-med curriculum.
A year before you apply to Dental Schools, you will want to take the Dental Admission Test.
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