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CDP vs the real thing

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by bburl09, Aug 9, 2011.

  1. bburl09

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    Hello SDN people! I have been going through the Crack the DAT PAT program and I was wondering how it compares to the real thing. I've definitely made improvements in the section, and I wanted to know if I would be shocked at the difficulty of the questions when I take my test. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
     
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  3. fujindesu

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    Pattern folding (the shape ones without markings) is harder than CDP, angle is similar. everything else is easier on the real dat.
     
  4. bburl09

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    You're talking about the crazy shapes without any markings right? The angles are going to be the end of me, I just know it. >.<
     
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    If you REALLY want some INTENSE PAT practice...if you have the most expensive edition where you have 2500 angle, 4500 cube counting, and 2500 hole punching, DO those!! I found them to be MUCH harder than the PAT tests. Plus angle ranking is awesome since you can adjust the angles from 2-7 degrees, and most hole punch problems have anywhere from 2-5 holes with the weirdest folds!
     

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