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What's New

  • Sep 22 112th Council Meeting The 112th meeting of Council will be held on Friday, September 29, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (online). Read More
  • Sep 19 Professional Development Opportunity - Truth and Reconciliation We wanted to let you know that the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation will be hosting free webinars next week from 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm EDT. Denturists and staff are encouraged to attend these webinars to deepen their understanding of the history of the First Nations, Metis, and Inuit. Read More

Qualifying Examination – Appeal of Results

Details regarding the Qualifying Examination Appeal (QE) process are found in the Qualifying Examination Appeal Policy.

Grounds for Appeal

An appeal will be considered by the QE Appeals Committee only if the candidate claims that their unsuccessful examination attempt was a result of one or more of the following specific circumstances:

  • Illness on examination day
  • Personal emergency
  • Procedural irregularities 

The QE Appeals Committee does not consider complaints regarding the content of the examination or possible responses to examination questions.

A candidate must submit a written request, stating “Notice of Appeal”, within fifteen (15) business days of the release of the examination results, if he/she wishes the QE Appeals Committee to review the specific circumstances that, in the candidate’s opinion, affected the candidate’s examination performance.

All appeals, or information or communication relating to an appeal must be submitted to the College in writing. 

The QE Appeals Committee will review the candidate’s written appeal to determine whether a remedy may be provided. All appeals are treated impartially and confidentially. 

Monitoring of Appeals

The Qualifying Examination Administrator is the individual responsible for overseeing and managing the administration of the qualifying examination appeals process. 

If you wish to submit a Notice of Appeal to the College please review the Qualifying Examination Appeal Policy and submit your Notice of Appeal by one of the following methods:

Email: with “Notice of Appeal” included in the subject line. 
Fax:    416-925-6332, Attention: Qualifying Examination Administrator
Mail:   College of Denturists of Ontario
           Attention: Qualifying Examination Administrator
           365 Bloor Street East, Suite 1606
           Toronto, ON M4W 3L4