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  1. bres

    bres Member

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    Those who have already taken DAT or will take...

    Can we share the subject which was or might be on RC?

    I know there was "brain development Vs. social aspect" in recent DAT.

    Would be very helpful. thanks guys.
     
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  3. Big_Poppa DDS

    Big_Poppa DDS Senior Member

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    6 years ago, I remember having a passage on Universal precautions and infection control
     
  4. ItsGavinC

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    I took the DAT on May 31. The reading section was simple and I finished the section in just over 30 minutes. My passages were on "The Brain and Language" (the one the OP mentioned), "Gene Therapy" and "Echinodermata Oocytes". I got a 24 on the reading section, which means that roughly I missed 4-5 questions.
     
  5. Buckyball

    Buckyball Play with my "Buckyballs"

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    Hey ItsGavinC,

    I had the "Brain and Language" passage when I took the DAT october of last year! I thought it was interesting!

    Bucky
     
  6. ohgee

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    oh, i hope i can get that "language and the brain" passage next tuesday, i just took a class on it last quarter!
     
  7. markymarky

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    i could have sworn that i had a wine-making passage...
     
  8. wasabi007

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    i clearly remember a passage about diabetes type I and type II from last year's DAT
     

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