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Here is the detailed DAT guide: http://www.ada.org/~/media/ADA/Education%20and%20Careers/Files/dat_examinee_guide.ashx

I hope this video helps you out. I used 6 materials to help me take the exam. Fortunately, I only had to take it once, and I was satisfied with my scores. Here are the links to the materials that I have used:

1) Math/Science Destroyer: http://orgoman.com/mathdestroyer.html

Like I mentioned, these books consist of just problems. HARD problems. If you can go through these, then you are already ahead of the game. But for instance, some of the organic reactions were things I haven't even learned in undergrad. If you have the time to sit down and run through them, that's great. If not, I don't really advise you to use your limiting time on cracking problems you won't even see. However, math may be more helpful since the questions they ask in math will probably be similar. Again, it's harder than the actual questions.

2) Kaplan DAT (7th edition): http://www.amazon.com/Kaplan-DAT/dp/1607146592/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435325776&sr=8-1&keywords=kaplan+dat+7th+edition

There are new editions out right now, but I mostly used this to read through chapters in biology and chemistry. I didn't take the full-length tests through this book. You CAN opt out to get the newer edition, but how DIFFERENT will the lessons be? Meaning, if you are learning about atoms, there's not much you can add to learning about atoms in the new editions. Get my drift? I'd advise to get the last edition to save you some bucks!

3) Chad's Videos: http://www.coursesaver.com/index.php

There's a reason why so many pre-dental students use Chad's videos to study for the DAT. His lectures are pre-recorded and are CONCISE. This was extremely helpful for my chemistry and organic chem sections since it had been like 2 years since I even touched those classes. You can buy the videos by sections or individually, but I'd say to just get both chem and organic. Biology is free but is is unfinished; maybe you can use some to review your bio. Oh, and each lesson has a quiz at the end to test your knowledge. I definitely recommend getting these because not only do they teach you the main topics covered in the DAT, but he also shows you little tricks to remember how to solve reactions and such.

4) Cliff's AP Biology: http://www.amazon.com/CliffsNotes-AP-Biology-Fourth-Cliffs/dp/1118127994/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435326205&sr=8-1&keywords=cliffs+ap+biology

This was my primary source for studying for the bio section of the DAT. It is really in depth, but I tried to memorize as much as I could. I'd say this book by itself is plenty for you to prepare yourself.

5) DAT Bootcamp: http://datbootcamp.com/

This is an online program. I really liked it! You can purchase the smaller bundle or the whole thing. My friend (Thanks Joon!) purchased it and let me use it using his...

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