Apr 22, 2019
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Hi, I was wondering what resources were the most useful to study from for the Canadian DAT. I currently have DATcrusher as I heard it's the most representative for Canada's DAT. Through the other forums, I've heard that people have also used resources including Chad's videos, Feralis, Cliff, Barron, Dat destroyer, DAT Bootcamp etc. I think for me, it wouldn't be very efficient to go through all of those. Any recommendations of which one I should definitely invest my time in? Are certain resources more helpful for certain sections, if so what are they?

I would appreciate any advice on where to start and what to use as I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed with all these resources. Thanks everyone!
 
Jul 30, 2020
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No one is answering, so here’s my $0.02. Granted, I took the American DAT and have no experience with the Canadian DAT. But, to my knowledge they are legit the same test except y’all don’t need to do a QR or Ochem portion. Also its on paper. You also have a manual dexterity test I believe (?)

Likely, any good American DAT resource should be equally good for you - just avoid QR and Ochem.
 
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