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Dental Admission Test (DAT) Computerized Sample Tests and Guide, TopScore Pro for the DAT by ScholarWare.com (2013-05-03) Multimedia CD – 1870
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These exams are EXTREMELY easy compared to the actual DAT. That being said, the grading is very difficult. If you get just one or two wrong on a section, it drops you down more than a few points. This is how the actual DAT is, but the questions are a little more difficult.
Use this thing if you're out of study materials and you have a week or two left till the exam. It's not really good for anything other than keeping you busy.
Check out the Barrons book for the PAT section. The book is worthless for everything else, but it's PAT is really good. It's got tons of mistakes in it, so you must check your PAT answers by yourself or with a friend. Don't look at the other sections, they're all incorrect.
I'm now a second year at UCSF...
As for the product itself, I thought it was slightly confusing to use at first but all went well in the end. One thing to take into consideration is that it does EXPIRE after 7 months. The PAT section did have repeat questions in each of the 3 tests, and by the time I did the third test I could already see what the answer was. In addition, the answers need to be evaluated by looking at the answer sheet and comparing it to the answer that you chose - unlike the science and math section, it does not show you the right answer and explanation on the spot.
Finally, the grading system was questionable. I repeatedly got a total score of 18 on each of the 3 exam (I also scored a 16 and 17 on the Princeton Review exam, which I also thought questionable). However, on the actual DAT I got a score of 21, and a ran out of time on every section except the science section. To summarize, I score 17 Biology, 22 Chemistry, 23 Organic Chemistry, 21 Reading, 21 PAT, and 24 Quantitative Reasoning.
Overall, I was happy with my score and with the little time and money for studying, I thought this was a great investment.