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Dental Hygiene Students Achieve 100% Pass Rate

Dental Hygiene Students Achieve 100% Pass Rate

Western Kentucky University Dental Hygiene students enjoyed a 100% pass rate on the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination (NBDHE). The NBDHE is a computer-based exam administered by the American Dental Association Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations. It is a daylong examination given to students to measure proficiency in a variety of subject matters including Anatomic Sciences, Pathology, Pharmacology, Radiology, Periodontology, Community Health, and Management of Care. Overall, WKU students scored more than 1 standard deviation above the national average! 

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Front Row: Courtney Jamison, Nikki Kennedy, Casey Frost, Sarah Lynch

Second Row:  Jessica Mounce, Christie Woods, Devan Russell, Kristen McCubbin

Third Row:  Ashley O’Bannon, Kelsey Morrison, Alicia Azimipour, Mikell Nelson, Brittney Kennedy

Fourth Row:  Morgan Poore, Kayla Jenkins, Samantha Johnson, Heather Sprouse, Whitney Rion

Fifth Row: Kayla Ginn, Azra Hajric, Lyndi Adler, Deanna Gipson

Back Row:  Chad Jones, Kelly Daughters, Tracy Walker, Alyssa Nantz, Hannah Murrey

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