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Took the DAT, and Slightly Worried about my PAT score

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by RealDonald, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. RealDonald

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    I took the DAT several days ago and just found this forum. I have and overall 3.7 GPA and 3.54 science GPA. My scores for the DAT are as follows:

    PA 17:mad:
    QR 18
    RC 25
    Bio 20
    GC 23
    OC 25
    TS 22
    AA 22

    How do I stack up? I see so many scores on here that are higher than mine, and my PAT is on the lower end and this really worries me. Any input is appreciated! Also, is there a distribution of DAT scores published somewhere? I can't seem to find anything.
     
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  3. Logs

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    I would say that you still have a pretty good chance. You have a good AA and good GPA so I think you should be fine. The only issues is that you took the DAT so late.
     
  4. Predoctalk

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    Many schools don't care much about PaT. You are more than fine
     
  5. Parle G

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    I have similar DAT scores (TS 22, AA 21 PAT 17) but with a low sGPA, so I think you are more than fine! :)
     

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