What month Should I take the DAT?
Your registration is valid for six months. The ideal time to take the DAT is at the end of the spring semester, junior year or immediately after you have completed your organic chemistry courses. If your test scores are not what you would like, you must wait 90 days to re-take the test.
How long should you study for the DAT?
Give yourself at least three to four months to study for the DAT. Many sources recommend 200–250 hours. Plan on three hours per day, five days per week, for three months.
What percentile is 23 on dat?
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Do you need biochem lab for med school?
Most medical schools require one year each of biology, physics, chemistry, and organic chemistry with laboratories. Most schools further require a year of college level mathematics and English.
Is Kaplan DAT course worth it?
While Kaplan DAT course is a great tool to help you build a strong foundation for your DAT and your future. There are some areas of knowledge in which you may need to use different resources to supplement the material provided by Kaplan. Their practice tests and simulations are slightly easier than the actual DAT.
Is Biochem harder than Ochem?
If application suites your learning style, organic chemistry will be easier to you, and if you have a great memory and can fit many puzzle pieces together, biochemistry will be easier for you.
Is Biochem on the MCAT?
Unlike organic chemistry and physics, there will be a lot of biochemistry on the MCAT. Your MCAT comprises four sections: Chemistry and Physics (C/P), Critical Analysis and Reasoning (CARS), Biology and Biochemistry (B/B), and Psychology and Sociology (P/S).