rajmahal2004 said:That seems hard to believe. Only a few schools have a 22 average, I've seen it for Harvard, maybe UCSF and UCLA, UOP around 21. I looked up some stats on Baylor from a year or two ago and it puts it at around 19. I know stats are up this year but you really think its that high?
A 22 on the DAT puts you in the 96.1 percentile, so if 10,000 people apply only about 390 nationwide get that or above. Those other schools mentioned above get lots of out of state applicants. But correct me if I'm wrong, I don't believe many of the Texas schools get too many out of state people. So the chance of having that high an average is pretty slim.
Not disputing you, but sometimes admissions people exaggerate.
Dentist 2 be said:I know this is completely off topic but I see a lot SDNers with below 3.0 science GPA scoring about a 20 on their DAT science. How is that possible?
Some of us went to really competitive undergrads that don't inflate grades. That difference between getting a B+ and an A- seemed oh so hard. If I was smart enough have gotten a 3.5+ GPA, I bet I could have gotten 26's on my DAT.Dentist 2 be said:I know this is completely off topic but I see a lot SDNers with below 3.0 science GPA scoring about a 20 on their DAT science. How is that possible?