The DAT (Dental Admission Test) is conducted by American Dental Association and has been the benchmark test for admission to Dental Schools.It is a standardized exam taken by potential dental school students in the United States and Canada.The exam is conducted to assess a dentist's academic capability, his ability and ease in comprehension of scientific concepts.
Courses in Biology, general and organic Chemistry as a part of at least one year of college education
Most applicants complete two or more years of college before taking the test
Application to Canadian dental schools should discuss the acceptance of the DAT by those schools prior to registering for the test
Format and Timing
The DAT is a computer based test that can be taken almost any day of the year. Tests are taken at Prometric testing centers throughout the United States and Canada.
DAT comprises of four major sections
|Survey of the natural sciences||90|
The test breakdown is as follows
|Section||Question||Time Limit (Minutes)|
|Survey of Natural Sciences||100||90|
|Perceptual Ability Test||90||60|
|Reading Comprehension Test||50||60|
|Quantitative Reasoning Test||40||45|
|Optional Post-Test Survey||15|
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