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THE 1%

​Our crash course is an amalgamation of the best tips and proven techniques from some of the most successful candidates in the country over the past few years.

View some informative videos HERE

Important update for 2017-18 recruitment:
1. Communication scenarios will be published a week before the test day. PML station scenarios will not be published.
2. SJT will now be online at a separate test centre. You will be required to book your own time slot.

Course Curriculum




The DFT interview compromises of a communication station which contributes 25% of your final mark.


On the day you will be asked to communicate a dental scenario to a actor acting as a patient. It is key to work on essential communication skills such as showing empathy, reduced use of jargon, clarity in your explanation, but most importantly the involvement of the patient in the treatment plan whilst alleviating any of their concerns.


We aim to highlight the most common pitfalls at our crash course as well as working on structuring your presentation.


Working towards your communication will enable you to carry forward skills beyond the interview. We are confident that after working on our communication workshop you will have a better understanding on the assessment station.  

PLM Station



Professionalism, leadership and management contributes to the other 25% of marks from your interactive stations.


The assessment will involve you knowing the latest guidlines and regulations that governs the dental profession. Key components include the regulations that govern consent for minors, complaints procedures and contamination protocols amongst many others.


As part of our crash course we will supply you with a manual with some of the key points from these regulations for you to take away. 


A list of the complete regulations you are expected to know will be discussed at the crash course. Doing well in this station will present you with a greater opportunity to be amongst the top percentiles to attain your first choice.




The situational judgement test has been designed to assess the core values and judgments of each candidate in varying situations. There is often a wrong answer, but also many right answers. The key is to chose the correct answers in the order of what the GDC wishes its registered dentists to conduct themselves.


We have worked on a tried and tested formula to help you chose the right choices. Further discussion of this technique will be discussed at the crash course as well as providing some sample questions.


The SJT is said to be hard to revise for due to it testing your innate thinking. But if you are able to think along a certain way then you are more likely to fit into their way of thinking. 


Duration of practice for this test is not always effective, rather it is your technique that will be most effective.


We have compiled advice from past examiners of the DFT recruitment process. 

top 1 %

We have compiled revision techniques from applicants who achieved rankings in the top 1% of all UK DFT applicants. 


We will provide you with course material to ensure learning occurs after attending our course


We have compiled guidance from previous writers of SJT questions that are similar to those that have been used in the DFT recruitment

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