information icon BUYING FOR OTHERS? Click here to buy for others.

DANB AMP Practice Test

Quiz yourself about the anatomy of the head, neck and oral cavity, or prepare for the DANB Anatomy, Morphology and Physiology exam, with this online practice test.

Course Overview

Practice Test Questions
Months to Access Course

Improve your understanding of tooth anatomy and morphology and check your knowledge of tooth-numbering systems, occlusion and oral pathology with this customizable practice test. The practice test questions cover important topics such as the circulatory, lymphatic, nervous, muscular and skeletal systems and how they interact with the head and neck regions, as well as structures of the head and neck, anatomical landmarks of the mandible, maxilla and oral cavity, and more.

Solidify your knowledge of the anatomy of the head, neck and oral cavity. With more than 200 questions that mirror the DANB AMP exam outline, you’ll further your understanding of the concepts covered on the exam and improve your test-taking strategies. A variety of review methods help customize your experience to your personal learning style. Plus, you’ll be able to flag questions to come back to and identify areas that you may need to spend more time reviewing.

Questions are not from actual DANB exams, and completing the practice test does not guarantee you will pass the DANB AMP exam.

Course Credentials


Anatomy, Morphology and Physiology (AMP) exam

Course Compatibility

Desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone

After completing this practice test, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand the concepts covered on DANB’s AMP exam
  • Improve test-taking strategies specific to DANB’s AMP exam
  • Refer to recommended reference materials
  • Identify areas of study that may need practice

This product is part of the bundles listed below. Buy together and save!

NELDA Practice Tests

NELDA Exam Prep Bundle

Subject Matter Experts

Dr. Dunn is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who began his career in the U.S. Navy Reserve, from which he retired as a lieutenant. In 1964, he began a private practice and retired in 1998 to focus on educating young dentists. In addition to academic appointments at Temple, Tufts and Northeastern universities, Dr. Dunn also served as the chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Cardinal Cushing General Hospital. Dr. Dunn is also a published author of several textbooks and articles. He co-founded Por Christo, a voluntary medical team that he has led in 60 medical missions to South America and the former Soviet Union; he has received four humanitarian of the year awards, has been granted knighthood in two countries, and has been recognized with the President's Volunteer Service Award, along with many other awards and honors for his work. Dr. Dunn has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Ms. Ryan has over 20 years of experience as a dental assistant and currently works as a dental assisting instructor and coordinator at Ivy Tech in Indianapolis, Indiana. Previously, she served as a co-director at the Professional Career Institute and at the Berdan Institute in New Jersey. Ms. Ryan has also held delegate positions with the Indianapolis Dental Assistants Society as well as the New Jersey Dental Assistants Association. She is a member of several dental assistant associations and is currently working on obtaining her American Dental Assistants Association fellowship. Ms. Ryan has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Ms. Schmidt has over 30 years in the dental assisting community. After working 15 years as a chairside assistant, Ms. Schmidt has moved her attention to educating others. She is currently an associate professor at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California, teaching in both the dental hygiene and dental assisting arenas. She is owner of J/S Dental Ed Lab, a dental education consulting business, in Sylmar. Ms. Schmidt is a member of several local, state and national organizations and has been the recipient of many scholarships and dental assisting awards. Ms. Schmidt has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Ms. Schneider has worked as a chairside assistant and office manager for Dr. Mark W. Nelson since 1982. She has been a longtime member of the American Dental Assistants Association (ADAA), and has served as ADAA Seventh District trustee, secretary/treasurer, secretary, vice president and president. She has also served for the North Dakota Dental Assistants Association (NDDAA) as secretary/treasurer, president and editor. Ms. Schneider is a past chair of the Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (DANB) Board of Directors. Ms. Schneider has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Ms. Todd works in dental assisting education as both an instructor and program director. Currently, she teaches at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska. She has also worked as a clinical dental assistant in both general dentistry and orthodontics, and has experience as a dental software and digital radiography trainer. Ms. Todd has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.