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Hi everyone,

I'd like to get started practicing for PAT, since I'm planning on taking the DAT in December. I was planning to use Bootcamp for this purpose, but I just checked their website and they appear to only offer subscription packages (3 months). I would like to hold off on purchasing DAT Bootcamp until I'm ready to start using it for practice tests, which I am not yet.

I have heard the earlier you start studying for PAT, the better. The other option I'm aware of right now is CrackDATPAT; it is sold in $100, $150, and $200 packages. Is anyone familiar with these options? Which one would you recommend for my situation? I have no experience with PAT yet. Also, are there other options out there? Perhaps, not as expensive?

Thank you!
 

Wall2Wall

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Get DAT Achiever. The 7 pack costs 140 bucks but you get 7 tests for all other sections too. I would practice separately on the first five and reserve the last two for full-length purpose. The questions are super hard but that's what prepares you for the worst though.
 

enamel88

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If you want to get comfortable and learn pat before you tackle the harder ones I suggest using crack dat pat (10 version) since I'm assuming you've never done the pat before? Cdp is not a subscription base but license based so you'll have the software forever as long as you don't upgrade your os or move onto a new computer. Once you get comfortable with the techniques move on over to bootcamp.
 

JLT223

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I used solely bootcamp for PAT and it is more than enough. Best practice there is. And I would HIGHLY recommend destroyer for the sciences.
 

Graffix

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If you dont want to pay $$ yet DatGenius has free generators for CubeCounting, Angles, and hole punch. Also I played the eyeball game before I paid for PAT practice. http://woodgears.ca/eyeball/ . These should get you ready for when you buy bootcamp in october im assuming?
 
OP
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If you want to get comfortable and learn pat before you tackle the harder ones I suggest using crack dat pat (10 version) since I'm assuming you've never done the pat before? Cdp is not a subscription base but license based so you'll have the software forever as long as you don't upgrade your os or move onto a new computer. Once you get comfortable with the techniques move on over to bootcamp.
What is the 10 version?

Thank for the responses, everyone.
 

enamel88

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There's a 10 test version and a 5 test version. I think the 10 test is called the Ace or King's edition...something like that. Go on over to their site and take a look.