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DAT Study Plan

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by hrndawg, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. hrndawg

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    Im takin the DATs in August. I was told to use Top Score, Destroyer and Achiever as my main tools. I see a lot of threads also mention Kaplans blue book. Is it necessary to use it also, or instead of one of the other three?

    Lookin forward to utilizing this site!
     
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  3. Drill2Fill

    Drill2Fill DentalStudentWannabe

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    The kaplan bluebook will give you the foundation you need to do well on those practice test. If you feel confident in your foundation knowledge you might not need it.
     
  4. dentaldentist

    dentaldentist Junior Member

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    I would start with the kaplan blue book first and then move onto the other tools you listed. The blue book will give you a good foundation and the others will help sharpen your knowledge and test taking skills.
     
  5. polf

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    definitely buy additional references for the bio and math sections. kaplan is lacking in those areas
     

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