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how to study for dAT

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by ddsshin, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. ddsshin

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    i just bought bunch of study aid materials for DAT
    i bought Kaplan blue book, Cliff AP bio, DAT destroyer, barron's Schaum bio, i have old bio, g chem, o chem text books.
    i am not sure how i should study...
    should i finsih off bio then finish off gchem, and ochem..
    or.. study small seciton of bio, gchem and ochem together daily.
    which is better???????
     
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  2. doc3232

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    Depends on you. Everyone will give you their own preference. I would probably study them together rather than 3 separate parts. Also, focus on what you are weak in.
     
  3. MTD52

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    ^^ this sounds like the most obvious advice, but it's really important. when people are studying alone, they often tend to "test" themselves more on things they know, just out of instinct or subconscious or whatever you want to call it. you obviously can't know EVERYTHING, so focus on what you have trouble with.

    I would recommend doing each subject all the way through, but as stated above, that's just me. You have to do what works for you.
     

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