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Quantitative Reasoning
Quantitative Reasoning
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Quantitative Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning section includes 40 questions for 45 minutes, the last section, which means many students are exhausted by that point or might have mismanaged their time in other sections.

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shadowing a general dentist
Shadowing
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Shadowing

Dental students are expected to spend time shadowing a general dentist. It is best to have worked with several dentists rather than just one.

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Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry is the last subsection of Survey of Natural Sciences and there are 30 questions in this subsection.

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Hole Punching
Hole Punching
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Hole Punching

In the paper folding/hole punching section, you are given a shape of a flat square of paper which is usually folded one or more times and then a hole or two is punched in some places of this paper.

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Keyhole
Keyhole
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Keyhole

There are 15 questions in keyhole subsection of PAT. It is recommended that you spend no more than 50 seconds for each question.

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Cube Counting
Cube Counting
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Cube Counting

In each question of cube counting section you are presented with a shape made of cubes of the same size that are cemented together.

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Angle Ranking
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Angle Ranking

There are many techniques with different names for doing angle ranking, we will explain each one here. You must try them out and see which one works best for you.

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reading comprehension of the DAT
Reading Comprehension
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Reading Comprehension

Most of the strategies for reading comprehension tests revolve around looking for specific parts of the text that can potentially contain the answers to the questions.

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Study for the DAT 2020
Study for the DAT 2020
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Tips for Studying for the DAT 2020

The questions “How much should I study for DAT?” or “How should I study?” or “Should I self-study or take a test preparation course?” can have different answers depending on the person’s learning habits, situation, weaknesses, strengths and routines, but long story short you need to study several hours most of the days of the week to be successful.

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