About AFK


•200 single answer multiple-choice questions, delivered in two parts

• One Day
• 4 Hours (Two hours to complete each part)

• AFK is offered in two formats, electronic delivery at Prometric test centres and booklet format offered at select exam sites

• 24% Questions from Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Local Anesthesia, Medical Emergencies, Medicine including Physiology
• 10% Questions from Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Geriatric Dentistry, Special Needs Patient including Oral Embryology, Growth and Development
• 10% Questions from Periodontics including Microbiology and Immunology
• 6% Questions from Endodontics
• 17% Questions from Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology including Histology, Oral Radiology
• 7% Questions from Evidence-based Dentistry, Prevention, Infection Control, Ethics & Jurisprudence
• 10% Questions from Oral Surgery, Trauma, Oral Facial Pain, Dental Emergencies including Applied Anatomy
• 16% Questions from Cariology including Microbiology, Biochemistry, Restorative, Prosthodontics, Implants

• A test equated, re-scaled score of 75 or greater is reported as “PASS”