DAT Study Schedule

I procrastinated studying for the DAT, because I was so overwhelmed and didn’t know where to begin. I didn’t follow any of the study plans I found on the online forums because they all required certain study materials that I didn’t have and didn’t want to buy. As a result, I ended up creating my own study schedule to prepare for the DAT which I think you’ll find very useful. After going through the rigors…

The Perceptual Ability Test

The Perceptual Ability Test, also known as the PAT, is one of the four tests of the Dental Admission Test. It is essential to do well on this test as it is scored separate of the other three tests – Survey of the Natural Sciences, Reading Comprehension, and Quantitative Reasoning – that formulate your Academic Average score. Therefore, you want to rock the PAT since its score stands alone from the others. I also believe…

When To Take the DAT?

This is a common question most people ask in preparing for the Dental Admission Test. I’ll address this question as well as provide some useful information that will help you plan out your undergraduate classes and take the DAT at a reasonable time. Most people would recommend that you take the DAT right after finishing your General Biology, General Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry required courses so that everything is fresh in your mind. That could…