Saturday, February 2, 2013

DAT Question of the Day

I received a suggestion in the comment section the other day & after a bit of research, I've decided it's a good one.

I was contacted by Michael C who is a senior at the University of Florida (Go Gators!). He is a Pre-Dental student who, with a friend, have developed a website DAT Question of the Day.

In order to be accepted into a dental program, there a several requirements and a high score on the entrance exam, called the DAT, is one of them.

When I was in undergrad, the only help I had was buying a study guide or taking a course to help you study, however nowadays that's so old school.

This website offers one question a day from past exams Nd they will even email it to you if you sign up for it. There is also an area to click through and review questions.

If you are working toward dental school, this appears to be a nice helpful site. Check it out!

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1 comment:

  1. Sensitive to hot or cold? This is also suggestive of decay. Best thing is to have a dentist look at it. If the sensitivity occurs on release after biting, you may have a cracked tooth. Another possibility is root sensitivity. This happens when the root is exposed due to receeding gums. There is less enamel when you get to the root and it is more sensitive but since your pain is also on the top, it is less likely.

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