Murl

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On the real DAT are the cubes colored like a blue or are they white like on CDP and nothing to set them apart from the background. I find that on CDP I have to look away from the object and glance at it, if not it takes on this odd shape and I can't count them. I don't know if it is a purposeful illusion or if my mind is playing tricks on me. Any of you have any advice as to how you overcame this?
 

sfrice80

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The cubes are white like on crack dat pat but I didnt have a single illusion. CDP does purposely put in optical illusions because it even states it in their visual explanation.
 
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Yea! it's unlikely to get any illusion questions on the real DAT. Also, the cubes are white on the real exam.