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2024 Fee Schedule

Last updated December 5, 2023

All prices are effective January 1, 2024 unless otherwise indicated.

National Dental Hygiene Certification Examination™

1st Attempt

This includes a $150.00 (+ tax) non-refundable fee.

(Registration for May 2024 exam onwards)

$800
+ applicable tax

Rewrite Fee

This includes a $150.00 (+ tax) non-refundable application fee.

(Registration for May 2024 exam onwards)

$700
+ applicable tax

Late Registration Fee

For registrations received after the registration deadline, up to the late registration deadline. This does not include the Exam Fee (including the non-refundable application fee). Non-refundable/transferrable.

$150
+ applicable tax

Transfer Fee

(Transfer from May 2024 exam onwards)

Transfer, one time only (unless it is following eligibility revocation by Program Director), to a future examination date for eligible candidates. No transfer less than 15 business days before examination. All requests received after that date will be treated as withdrawals (see below). Non-refundable.

$60
+ applicable tax

Withdrawal Fee – (15 business days or more prior to exam)

(Withdrawal from May 2024 exam onwards) Non-refundable.

$150
+ applicable tax

Late Withdrawal Fee – (less than 15 business days but more than 2 business days prior to the first day of the exam administration)

(Withdrawal from May 2024 exam onwards) Non-refundable.

$275
+ applicable tax

Late Withdrawal Fee – (2 business days or less prior to exam)

No refund

Preparatory Tests

(Applicable as of February 1, 2022) Non-refundable.

$33 each
+ applicable tax

Rescoring Fee

(Applicable as of January 1, 2024) Non-refundable.

$200
+ applicable tax

Appeal Fee

(Applicable as of January 1, 2024) Non-refundable.

$200
+ applicable tax

 

Taxes

Current residence of Applicant Applicable tax
Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and the Territories 5% GST
Ontario, USA and other countries 13% HST
PEI, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland 15% HST

Equivalency Assessment

Equivalency Evaluation Application

This includes a $150.00 (+ tax) non-refundable fee
(Applicable as of January 1, 2024)

(If applicant found not equivalent, no refund will be issued.)

                             $1,050
             + applicable tax

Optional Fees:

Original documents returned by courier (int’l)

(Applicable as of July 27, 2023)

$175
+ applicable tax

Original documents returned by courier (Canada)

(Applicable as of July 27, 2023)

$65
+ applicable tax

Reassessment

This includes a $150.00 (+ tax) non-refundable fee

$460
+ applicable tax

 

Canadian Practical Examination in Dental Hygiene™

CPEDH™ Application

                           $2,650
         
   + applicable tax

Withdrawal Fee - for requests made before application deadline

 $300
          + applicable tax

Withdrawal Fee - for requests made 21 business days prior to exam

$300 + 50% of remaining exam fees
+ applicable tax

Withdrawal Fee - for requests made less than 21 business days prior to exam

No refund

Other (non-refundable)

Certificate Reprint

(Applicable as of January 1, 2024)

$45
+ applicable tax

Express Post (Canada)

(Applicable as of February 1, 2023)

$26
+ applicable tax

Courier Fee (Canada)

(Applicable as of July 27, 2023)

$65
+ applicable tax

Courier Fee (International)

(Applicable as of July 27, 2023)

$175
+ applicable tax
 
Territory Acknowledgement

The FDHRCTM office stands on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation. The Algonquin peoples have had a special, reciprocal relationship with this territory since time immemorial, and this relationship continues today. The FDHRCTM recognizes without qualification the inherent lands and territory rights of the Algonquin peoples as articulated in Section 35 of the Constitution Act of Canada 1982, as well as the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples which is enshrined in various legislation in what is now commonly called Canada.

See the FDHRC’sTM full territory acknowledgement here.