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Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by arpitpatel86, May 17, 2008.

  1. arpitpatel86

    arpitpatel86 2+ Year Member

    May 9, 2008
    im a resident of north dakota (state without dental school), which i guess makes me part of WICHE. im not too familiar with the wiche/psep program i just recently came across u know if that program makes it possible to get into dental school little bit easiar by having a lower DAT score than some1 who is not in the wiche prog or does it just fund you but you still need the same dat score as every1 one else pretty much. for instance if i applied to Colorado could i be able to get in with the DAT score that the instate people are getting instead of competing with the out of state people....
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  3. airsimon

    airsimon 5+ Year Member

    Feb 2, 2007
    It depends on the school. Some schools accept WICHE students first before Out of staters. Colorado is one of those schools. Mind you... to get into Colorado you still need a really high GPA/DAT score, even if you are in-state or a WICHE applicant.

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