I just finished my DATs today and I need some advice. PAT: 27 QR: 19 RC: 16 Bio: 22 gchem: 23 ochem: 21 TS: 22 AA: 20 PAT: I thought it was pretty straight forward, but some of the answer choices should have been clearer (there were two keyhole questions that I thought was very bad). I used crack dat PAT and was getting 23-24 average. I had a post with my crack dat PAT score if you are interested. Crack dat pat's a pretty good indicator of your pat score except top front end on the real thing's harder. angle ranking and keyhole were pretty comparable with crack and cube counting, punching hole, and pattern folding on the real thing was a lot easier than crack dat. QR: I don't have much comment about this section. I rushed through everything because everyone was complaining about running out of time. I should have spent little more time on each question. RC: I got that FRAP test with ethics passage. I was freaking out and I just did really bad. I was getting 20s on the practice exams. English is my second language btw. Sciences: I thought the ochem section was the easiest, but somehow I did better on bio and gchem. I only used kaplan, topscore, and shaum's bio for this section. I thought the kaplan ochem and gchem were pretty good and shaum was really good for bio. I'd say focus more on gchem and ochem if ur test's coming up soon because bio's pretty random. here are my topscore scores bs/gchem/ochem/pat/rc/qr Test 1 18/19/18/NA/20/20 Test 2 19/19/18/25/21/20 Test 3 16/18/25/NA/20/20 As you can see, I did a lot better on the real DATs, except my rc and qr sections. I am a biochem major with 3.86 gpa and 3.95 science gpa from a decent private school. I know my reading score's really bad and I was just wondering where I should apply. I am thinking about applying to Case, NYU, Tufts, Upenn, and Columbia for now. Do most schools have DAT cut-offs? I know columbia and upenn don't have cutoffs, but I dont really know about other schools. I would like to thank everyone on the forum for all the help.