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admissions question


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Aug 15, 2002
I plan on taking the DAT in mid-may and applying in June. When i register for the DAT, should i go ahead and choose five schools I want my scores to be sent to or should I just send them out individually? is one way better than the other? thanks.

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Since the DAT application fee already includes them sending the scores to five schools. If you alrady know which 4 or 5 schools that you are applying to, then you should let them send it immediately after the completion of DAT rather than to take up more time to send it in yourself.
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Mar 25, 2003
Hahah, wow. You guys are on top of things. I wish I read SDN more before I applied. =p

My 2004 AADSAS application was sent submitted online on 12/22/03 and was processed by AADSAS on 01/12/04. The first school received my application on 01/12/04. That's a good 8 months after they first started accepting applications. =P

Good luck to all future applicants.
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