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How realistic is the ADA PAT?

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steelrfan8

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That practice exam they have on ada.com, how is the difficulty level of it compared to the real DAT PAT? I just took it after about 3-4 days of learning different ways to solve problems to see where I was and I got a 17 and 8 minutes remaining out of the 60 I timed myself at, so I'm just wondering about the realistic the difficulty is. I'm going to order Crack PAT for more practice since it seem sliek the more of these problems you solve, the easier they become.

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ADA pat is slightly easier than the currents DATs. I would say for CrackDAT, some sections are harder on CDP, such as the cubes but some are easier.

If you score consistently in the 20s or 21s, you will probably get a 20 on the real DAT. I was scoring around 21s on CDP, and I ended up with a 20 .
 

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ADA pat is slightly easier than the currents DATs. I would say for CrackDAT, some sections are harder on CDP, such as the cubes but some are easier.

If you score consistently in the 20s or 21s, you will probably get a 20 on the real DAT. I was scoring around 21s on CDP, and I ended up with a 20 .


Sounds good, just wanted to make sure the ADA PAT isn't a total joke where a 17 is like a 10 on the real DAT PAT :laugh:

My source for PAT is gonna be the 5 PAT exams and the 3 DAT Achiever ones, from what I read so far it seems like thats a decent combo to get some good practice in.
 
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