? Hello Dental Hygieniuses! StudentRDH wants to share the amazing success story of Brie Campbell who recently passed the NBDHE ? and now is finally enjoying her life as a Registered Dental Hygienist. Brie had a lot of plans after graduating from Dental Hygiene School. She’s getting married, moving with her new husband to Arizona, then taking her board exams – in that order. The wedding and move to Arizona went well, but unfortunately, she ended up failing her exam.

Things didn’t look great for a while, but with a little tough love from a fellow StudentRDH user who failed a couple of times before, Brie managed to regain the courage to try again. Thanks to that new friend’s help and her sheer determination, Brie confidently passed her boards after her second take!

Brie shared a lot of insights and tips that will surely be helpful for those who are in a similar situation. Or even if it’s your first time taking the boards, her tips may actually work for you too!

☝Her story is the proof that failure is the condiment that gives success its distinct and one of a kind flavor! ✔ Nothing is impossible when you work hard, stay strong and have faith in yourself! ☺

Hey Brie, Congratulations, You’ve done amazing! ? ?

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About the author:

Claire Jeong is an educator and entrepreneur. She founded StudentRDH and SmarterDA – which offer dental hygiene and dental assisting exam review courses. The online platform delivers content of the highest quality through the latest e-learning technology. According to some students, studying is now “addicting.” Claire was invited on various podcasts to speak about memory techniques and learning efficacy; topics she also promotes through articles, speeches, e-books, and blogs.

Claire has a Master’s Degree in Administration from Boston University and a Dental Hygiene Degree from Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene in Boston. Prior to her career in the dental field, she has been mentoring students for 15 years and was an education specialist at Boston Children’s Museum. Claire is licensed to practice in the United States as well as Canada.