You lay a foundation of your lifestyle during your academic years. No doubt there are some exceptions, but when you want to join dental care as your profession, you need to enter the dental schools. The dental aptitude test (DAT) plays the most vital role when you apply for admission.
You may take this sample test to see your aptitude for the dental career. But it shall also make you familiar with the structure of dental test that you may face in your real life psychological session.
When you go through a real DAT session, you must keep in mind the current practices of dental schools. Dental care institutions organize tests on national or state levels. For example, in Canada, these tests are prepared by keeping in view the requirements of ten Canadian dental care schools.
Furthermore, the candidates appearing in DAT are accepted by U.S. dental schools. Contrary to that the scores of the USA dental aptitude tests are not allowed in Canada because the USA tests do not include a manual dexterity component.
The information about practices in your country shall help you to score better. You may be required to go through the tests after applying for the dental care schools. In other countries, you may appear in the dental aptitude tests before applying for such admissions.
No doubt practice of dental aptitude tests or the related tests helps you to go through the session with better scores.
However, you must be able to solve difficult quantitative reasoning problems by using easy algebra and reasonable probability. You should be capable of addressing natural sciences issues. Your capability to analyze patterns with the minimal available information and your reading comprehension, word identification, and use critical word identification also help you to score higher.
Most of the aptitude tests attract you in the time trap for their length and difficulty at different points. You need not only to learn some essential subjects but also be a master to break down complex problems into simple, understandable questions to avoid such time traps.
Some of the following sample questions are given with answers while others demand you to concentrate on your previous knowledge and go through your notes to find the answers. They are fairly easy. Stretch your brain muscles.
Describe Wolff-Kushner reduction reaction?
The reduction of aldehyde and ketones to alkanes. Condensation of carbonyl compounds with hydrazine forms the hydrazones and treatment with base induce the reduction of carbon coupled with oxidation of the hydrazine to gaseous nitrogen, to yield the corresponding alkane.
The ratio of ages of Swati and Varun is 2:5. After 8 years their ages will be in ratio 1 : 2. The difference in their present ages in years is
Let swati’s age = 2x
and varun’s age = 5x(2x+8)/(5x+8) = ½
Swati’s age = 16 years
Varun’s age = 40 years
Difference in their present age = 24 years
During recovery from oxygen debt, which of the following does not occur?
A) Glucose is converted to private.
B) Private is converted to lactate.
C) Lactate is transported to the liver.
D) Lactate is converted to private.
E) Oxaloacetic acid is converted to citric acid.
Transport of a substrate across a cell membrane with the aid of carrier molecules along the substrate's concentration gradient is defined as
B) Facilitated diffusion.
C) Active transport.
E) Simple diffusion.
Which of the following statements concerning oxidative phosphorylation is incorrect?
A) Cyanide inhibits oxidative phosphorylation.
B) Oxygen is the final electron acceptor.
C) Oxidation of NADH typically yields 2 ATP.
D) New ATP yield is 36 ATP per glucose molecule.
E) CO2 is released.
According to the second law of thermodynamics
A) Matter can neither be created nor destroyed.
B) Conversion of heat to work leads to less organization.
C) Entropy is unchanged or increases following a thermodynamic process
The raw materials of the earth's primitive environment (the "primordial soup") did not include....
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