Our highly-experienced DAT tutors provide unique teaching methods for DAT preparation. Whether you struggle with the content, test-taking strategy, or a little bit of both, your tutor will work with you to build upon your foundations in the material. Our DAT tutors work with students both online and in person to help them crush the DAT in order to become more competitive on dental school applications!

DAT Study Packages

Free ADA ® full-length DAT practice test

We think it’s crucial that students who are preparing for the DAT practice on questions written by the exam creators, the ADA®. We include an official ADA® full-length DAT practice test with every study package. It includes real practice questions for all sections covered on the DAT exam.

Customized Study Plan

We know that every student is on a different page. Your DAT tutor will create a study plan that is tailored to your needs.

Top Scoring DAT Tutors

Our DAT tutors score within the 94th percentile or above on the exam. In addition to top scores, we vet each DAT tutor to make sure he or she has a digestible didactic method.

Money-Back Guarantee

We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their tutor and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. All unused hours are refundable, so you can try our DAT  prep risk-free.

Payment Plans

We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.

Customized Scheduling

Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.

We'll Help you achieve your goals
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    Succeed

    The DAT is a multiple-choice standardized exam that is taken at selected testing centers throughout the United States. A student who wants to participate in the test must submit the preliminary application through the American Dental Association (ADA). A student cannot participate more than three times to take the exam. The cost to take the test is $460, all of which is non-refundable. After taking the exam once, a student must wait 90 days before retaking the exam.

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    Strategize

    The first section on the exam will be the Survey of the Natural Sciences (90 minutes), which includes questions from Biology, General Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. There are 40 questions about Biology, 30 questions about general chemistry, and 30 for organic chemistry.

    The second section is all about testing perceptual ability (PAT), specifically in the areas of three-dimensional manipulation and spatial reasoning. There are six different problem sets designed to take PAT.

    The third section tests reading comprehension. There are three academic essays for test takers to read, analyze, and answer questions about.  It is designed to test the applicant’s ability to read, analyze, and apply critical thinking in order to answer the related questions.

    The final section is a 45 minutes test of Quantitative Reasoning. It is designed to test basic math skills that include algebra, critical thinking, fractions, roots, and trigonometric identities.

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    Practice

    By working with a private DAT tutor, you can become competent in the content while simultaneously adapting and applying effective test taking strategy to use on test day. Our experienced DAT tutors are ready to challenge you to improve and learn the material, so that you can become a competitive applicant for prestigious dental institutions.

    Our highly-experienced DAT tutors will help you to master the survey of the natural sciences by covering biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry. We will also increase your perceptual ability, prepare you to pass the quantitative reasoning and answer the questions from the reading comprehension.

    You will be happy to know that, we provide a free official DAT practice test to every student who signs up for our DAT tutoring. Sign up today!

Top DAT Tutors

  • JT F.

    DAT: Academic Average 23 (99th %)

    JT received a Master of Science in chemical biology of cancer at the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science in human biology at Boise State University. He is in the process of applying to dental schools with…

  • Mike H., MD/MA

    Mike graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine with an MD/MA in 2013, and as an MD, Mike appreciates the difficulty of the medical school application process from both sides.  Before medical school he worked as a scientist in biotech for 10 years,…

  • Jason F., MD

    Jason has an extensive background in medicine and life sciences. He double majored at MIT in chemical engineering and biology, and received his medical doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. He has spent the past few years applying his knowledge…

Our approach to private DAT tutoring:

We start off by learning as much about our students as possible. In order to provide you with a personalized DAT prep course, it is important that we understand your history with the DAT exam. Some of the information we seek includes:

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    How long have you been studying for the DAT, or are you just beginning?
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    Have you taken the official DAT exam before?
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    Have you taken a practice DAT test?
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    What did you score?
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    Do you need help with every section of the DAT, or do you want your DAT prep course to focus on certain sections/problem types?
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    Are you struggling with content?
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    Are you struggling with strategy and time management?
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    Where are you located, and what are your best days/times to meet with a tutor?
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    Do you prefer online or in-person meeting? (Note: you can use both options interchangeably)
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    What is your deadline, and have you registered for an upcoming test date?

After we understand our students and their background studying for the DAT, we then match the students with a private DAT tutor who meets their expectations, location preference, and schedule. The first step is to determine where are your weakness(es) between the four sections of the DAT. We match the student with a top scoring DAT tutor based on the student’s learning style/personality.

Along with individual DAT tutoring, we also provide DAT tutoring in small groups. In small group tutoring, the tutor provides a general course study plan, while allocating time to address individual questions or concerns. It is our mission to help you build the confidence and knowledge necessary to crush the DAT.

We include an official ADA ® full-length DAT practice test for students. Students can use this as a diagnostic from which our DAT tutors can analyze the results and identify where you need to focus your studies and what you need to improve exactly to get the best result.

In addition to providing the best DAT private tutoring, we also offer application help and personal statement revision. We understand that the dental college application process is a rigorous one. Our professional application staff can help you ensure that you have a strong preliminary application through the American Dental Association (ADA). We are here to help you get into your top dental program!

The Dental Admission Test (DAT) tests the student’s ability in both academic and technical areas for the most dental degree programs in the USA. This test allows you to get admitted into dental colleges and set yourself up for your desired professional career. Depending on the college, a good DAT score can be the deciding factor when it comes to your acceptance. A good DAT score will help you reinforce your chances for admission. The DAT score plays a vital role in testing whether the candidate is equipped to begin dental school.

 

The Total Score
  • Survey of Natural Sciences
    12-30
  • Quantitative Reasoning
    15-30
  • Academic Average
    12-28
  • Perceptual Ability
    10-30
Average Scores Range from 17-30
More Info & Resources

Free Online DAT Resources:

American Dental Association (ADA) provides sample questions free for students to use.

Biology plays an important role it the DAT. Students will benefit from the following resource: Feralis Biology Notes.

Take advantages from the Predental Month of American Student Dental Association (ASDA). There are a lot of useful resources available along with the valuable webinars to help you take a improve your DAT preparation.

Flexible Scheduling

Students who decide to use a package for their DAT tutoring can choose the frequency and duration of their meetings. We understand that students’ schedules are busy and inconstant, so you can register every lesson according to your best days/times of availability.

Online or In-Person

You can meet with your DAT tutor online or in-person. You can also choose a combination of the two. Some students prefer online tutoring because of the convenience while others would prefer an in-person DAT prep course. No matter your preference, we have tutors available to match your needs.

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