You need to retry entering the sessions. There is a limit on the number of sessions one can enter, however I think that number is in the thirties. If the problem continues, you need to contact AADSAS. Maybe its a temporary computer glitch that they need to be notified about.
beagle, Im still trying to figure that out... If i retake it, schools wont get my scores till mid -jan... so is it even worth it? Plus im in school full time now so im scared i wont be able to study enough to pull my score up more than one or two points... im totally confused..
On top of it AADsas wont reply to my email about the above problem.. i tried calling but it hung up on me... HELP!
I am retaking my DATS in the middle of november so schools won't recieve it until mid Dec.
Anyway, I say go ahead and take them over. January is not too late for them to be getting scores. **Remember--you can send schools an unofficial copy of your new DATS score the same day you take the test, so they don't have to wait around until January. It's better to be overprepared than not. however, if you are in school fulltime and cannot study for the DATS than that is a different story because you may end up doing worse the second time around. Do you have any time before december to study?
I'm sorry to hear about your AADSAS situation -- that stinks.
In regards to your retaking the DAT, you have a valid concern. Mid-Jan is late for schools to be receiving scores. Schools will have sent out a first batch of acceptances (early Dec.), received notices about whether students are going to attend there (the date is Jan 15.), and then based on those notices they *may* have sent out a second batch of acceptances by the time they get your scores. I think you'd be pressing your luck for some schools.
I would retake the DAT if you are confident that you can bring your scores up significantly, however be aware that many schools will already have lots of acceptances sent out by then.