DAT Study Guide:
General Study Guide for the DAT
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The DAT Materials
The DAT consists of multiple-choice items distributed across a battery of four tests: the Survey of the Natural Sciences (Biology, General Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry), Perceptual Ability Test, Reading Comprehension Test, and Quantitative Reasoning Test.
The US DAT has 2 additional sections: 30 questions in Organic Chemistry added to the Natural Sciences Test, 40 questions in the Quantitative Reasoning (QR) Test which covers Math.
For more details on the DAT Materials check here.
Timing and setting the date of the DAT
You must choose the date of your exam 60 to 90 days prior to your desired test date, and since you will have to pay extra fees for rescheduling and canceling the exam date you should do this carefully. Normally you can take the DAT every 90 days. For more information on the timing and setting the date of the DAT, you can check here.
DAT Study Schedule
We also provide a detailed study guide and study schedules which you can customize to your liking and personal preferences, considering which topics you need to spend more time on and which topics you just need to review and practice.
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