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Pat Format

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by skyisblue, May 15, 2007.

  1. skyisblue

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    I know that one can jump around from section to section in the PAT, but can I go from one question in one section of the PAT to another question in another section of the PAT?
     
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    I thought you may navigate from one question/section to another only when you've submitted answer to the last question and come to the Review page.:confused:
     
  3. Decan

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    Yep...you cant skip sections, but you can skip individual questions until you get to the section you're looking for. When you get to the end of the PAT part, you can go back to any question you skipped.
     
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    So we have to take the sections in order, but then can go back to ANY question in ANY section ONLY AT THE END of the entire PAT test?
     
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    I think it's a good idea to take the test in order because skipping through each question really uses up more time than you think.
     
  6. Decan

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    Yes...I agree w/ the above poster though.
     

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