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Great Pre-dentistry programs and success rates at the DAT

vijay172vijay172 3 replies3 threads New Member
Hi,
How do i find out about colleges that prepare students for the Dental exam to get into graduate schools and colleges that have a good track record of having students pass the Dental graduation test. ? Basically, a great pre-dentistry program that will prepare you for the DAT(Dental admission test) exam to get into a dental College. A college with a great DAT Study group, hands on internship. Also, does 3+4 DDS program mean the student still has to take the DAT after 3 yrs of undergrad studies geared towards a dental education ?
TIA,
Vijay

Details:
Here is my preliminary research till now:
https://becomeadentist.org/prepare-for-dental-school-in-college/
Some colleges and universities that offer pre-dental programs include:

Auburn University
Eastern University
Michigan State University
Murray State University
The Ohio State University
Johns Hopkins University
Towson University
Marquette University

Some dental schools:
Marquette University
Case Western Reserve University
Creighton University
University of Florida
Indiana University
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Iowa
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of the Pacific

Though some of our pre-dental students pursue non-science majors, most choose to major in:

Biochemistry and molecular biology
Biological sciences
Biomedical engineering
Biomedical sciences
Chemistry
Physiological sciences
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