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i'm pretty sure most schools do NOT b/c your TS score would be impossible to determine--it's not simply an average of your bio, chem, and organic.
I was wondering if DAT's are similar to SAT's.. do d-schools take highest possible scores from multiple tests?
true, but maybe unofficially they can look at your scores and say you got lower on PAT the second time but improved elsewhere, they might take it into consideration that you are capable of doing better on it, even if you didn't your second time.
In general though, I wouldn't count on this.
yes, that's what i'm hoping. i took dat first time scoring 20/20/17..... retook and scored 22/22/18. However, I scored a 20 on RC the first time and 17 the second time
hopefully, schools will see that i'm capable of reading and the 2nd test was just a fluke....i seriously dunno what happened