A HIGHER SCORE—WITH ONLINE OR ONDEMAND CLASSES
PERSONALIZED GUIDANCE FROM A TEAM OF TEACHERS
STRATEGIES THAT TRAIN YOU TO THINK LIKE THE TEST
 A full DAT prep course, live or on demand
 120+ hours of online instruction and practice
 7 fulllength, computerbased practice tests
 Topicspecific quizzes
 1500+ DAT practice questions in a customizable Qbank
 40 interactive workshops covering frequently tested topics
 The most uptodate DAT Lesson Book
We pick the very best DAT instructors who know the test and how to keep you engaged for your best results. And the best part—with live or ondemand classes you can work with them anywhere you are, at the time that suits you best.
The DAT covers a lot of ground, including two years of undergraduate science. With personalized guidance we help you stay focused on the content you really need to know—instead of stressing over the things you don't.
Practice helps your score, but realistic practice makes all the difference. Personalize your studies with our customizable Qbank. Then find out where you really stand with our fulllength, testlike practice tests. Build your confidence with prep that looks and feels like the DAT.
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Here's what your course will cover

Strategy & Reading I
Test Strategies, Reading Comprehension
After this session you will be able to describe the sections of the DAT and their scoring systems; formulate a personal study calendar that includes all the necessary actions from now until Test Day; and recall the steps of Kaplan's question, answer choice, and CBT strategies. You will also be able to recall Kaplan's strategies for reading strategically and classifying reading comprehension question types.

Biology I
Diversity of Life, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior
After this session you will be able to differentiate between the taxonomy kingdoms; describe the parts of a cell, including their origins and functions; explain the processes of replication, transcription, and translation; calculate individual and population genetics; and describe relationships among different organisms and environments.

Perceptual Ability I
Keyholes, TopFrontEnd, Angle Ranking, Hole Punching, Cube Counting, Pattern Folding
After this session you will be able to recall the basic format of each PAT subsection and apply specific Kaplan strategies to TopFrontEnd, Keyhole, and Pattern Folding questions.

Quantitative I
Quantitative Strategies, Numerical Calculations, Conversions, Algebra
After this session you will be able to identify opportunities to apply Traditional Math, Picking Numbers, Backsolving, Educated Guessing, and Estimation to math problems; calculate numerical problems involving fractions, decimals, exponents, and absolute values; calculate algebra problems using equations and inequalities; and analyze the properties of graphs and figures.

General Chemistry I
Atomic and Molecular Structure, Periodic Properties, Stoichiometry, Thermochemistry, Equilibria, Kinetics
After this session you will be able to differentiate between the different types of intramolecular and intermolecular bonds; predict properties based on those bonds and the periodic table; calculate stoichiometric values and balanced chemical equations; calculate energies based on thermodynamics; calculate properties of systems at equilibrium; and determine chemical rate laws.

Organic Chemistry I
Nomenclature, Stereochemistry, Mechanisms (Substitution, Elimination, Addition)
After this session you will be able to assign names to molecules; differentiate among different types of isomers; identify types of substitution, elimination, and addition reactions; and describe the properties of those reactions.

Biology II
Anatomy and Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology
After this session you will be able to recall the structures and functions of the digestive, circulatory, respiratory, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, urinary, integumentary, immunological, and reproductive systems; describe the steps of mitosis and meiosis; and describe the stages of embryonic development.

Perceptual Ability II
Keyholes, TopFrontEnd, Angle Ranking, Hole Punching, Cube Counting, Pattern Folding
After this session you will be able to finish the PAT subsections within the appropriate amounts of time and while using the Kaplan strategies for each subsection.

Quantitative II
Conversions, Probability and Statistics, Geometry, Trigonometry
After this session you will be able to calculate conversions; calculate averages, variance, and standard deviation; calculate probabilities; analyze geometric shapes; and calculate trigonometric relationships.

General Chemistry II
Liquids and Solids, Gases, Solutions, Acids and Bases, OxidationReduction Reactions, Nuclear Reactions
After this session you will be able to calculate the energy involved in changing temperature and phase of matter; calculate the properties of gases using the ideal gas law; calculate the general and colligative properties of solutions; calculate pH and dissociation constant values for acids and bases; determine oxidizing and reducing numbers; calculate the energies associated with electrochemical cells; and determine the products of radioactive decay.

Organic Chemistry II
Aromatics and Bonding, Organic Chemistry Reactions, AcidBase Chemistry, Properties of Molecules and Organic Analysis
After this session you will be able to determine aromaticity; describe the properties of and predict the products of reactions involving aromatics, alcohols, ethers, carbonyls, and carboyxlic acid derivatives; identify specific named chemical reactions; determine the relative strengths of acids and bases; interpret results from IR and NMR spectroscopy; and evaluate the separation methods of extraction and distillation.

Strategy & Reading II
Reading Comprehension, Test Strategies
After this session you will be able to apply the strategies you have already learned to any question on your exam. You will also be able to plan your study calendar appropriately so you know what to do from now until Test Day.
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