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polarnut

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Is it 3 years before schools make you to retake?
 

SuperC

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I am not real sure what you mean by that.... This is what I know.

You take the DAT..... You want to take it again.... Wait 90 days.... Retake.

You scores are valid for 3 years.

(I think) your last 5 attempts are always on your DAT score report no matter how long ago you took them

-C
 

bkwash

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and i would call the school to see how they handle it. i.e some schools only look at the highest one, some might average, some might pick and choose the higher scores from each test section
 
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