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DAT Scheduling Information

The Dental Admission Test (DAT) is a standardized on-line test for entrance into dental schools, given at multiple sites nationwide. All U.S. dental schools require students to take the DAT, but other admission requirements vary from school to school. The testing program is designed to measure general academic ability, comprehension of scientific information, and perceptual ability.

Once the applicant has registered, the DATs may be scheduled at the local Prometric Testing Center. More information including registration and scheduling can be found at ADA.org.  Normally DAT’s are taken in the spring of the junior year.

Biology Research Seminars

Each Friday afternoon from 1:30 to 2:20 p.m. the biology department has a scientist speak about his/her research. These seminars are open to the public and wonderful opportunities to learn about the research process.

Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminars

Each Thursday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. the chemistry department sponsors a seminar in SB 110.

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Academic Advising

Attention Pre-Meds and Pre-Dents: Academic Advising at Calvin takes place on October 26 and 27. Be sure to sign up for a time to meet your Academic Advisor and with Pre-Medical/Dental Advisor Rich Nyhof, if you wish. Sign up sheets for Rich Nyhof will be located on the doors of DeVries Hall 107 and DeVries Hall 111, the third week of October.

MCAT/DAT study groups

Check with Rich Nyhof to get connected.