gchem

  1. bentley13

    DAT Done: 25AA, 24 TS, 25 PAT; 3 week study Schedule

    Hey SDN. I took my DAT earlier today, and I just thought I would share my experience with everyone. I used several posts like this to help me throughout the process. There is honestly nothing more helpful than learning from past test takers. I studied for a total of 3 weeks (8am-8pm every day...
  2. Dental_Dream101

    Second Time DAT Taker

    (scroll down for update) Hey guys, I have been lurking on this site for a long time and decided to finally make an account. So i studied for the DAT during summer and didn't do too well. I studied using the DAT destroyer, DAT genius and DAT Q Vault. Growing up i never really had a great...
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    OAT Tutor

    Hey everyone! I would like to offer my services to you as a tutor for the OAT. I have have tons of experience with the exam, in both taking it myself (99.9%) and in tutoring other students. In this time, I have thoroughly understood exactly what the exam is looking for and have detailed...
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    DAT Tutor

    Hey everyone! I would like to offer my services to you as a tutor for the DAT. I have have tons of experience with the exam, in both taking it myself (AA:25, TS:27) and in tutoring other students. In this time, I have thoroughly understood exactly what the exam is looking for and have detailed...
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    DAT Tutor

    Hey everyone! I would like to offer my services to you as a tutor for the DAT. I have have tons of experience with the exam, in both taking it myself (AA:25, TS:27) and in tutoring other students. In this time, I have thoroughly understood exactly what the exam is looking for and have detailed...
  6. redraincoat13

    GenChem Rxn Product/Gas Predictions

    I've been reviewing the gchem and ochem sections from Kaplan and can't seem to find reaction predictions for gchem reactions, but have seen a few questions on practice exams asking for predicting products/reagents. For example, when this metal reacts with this solution, what gas is produced? I...