DAT Breakdown (23AA/23TS/23PAT)
I will preface this by saying that my exam was not what I expected. After finishing the 90 minutes of sciences, I expected a nice break before the latter half of the test but the PAT timer on the upper right of the screen was already counting down: 59:57, 56, 55, 54... F***. Did I really just click past my break? Can Prometrics pause my test? Most definitely not. No point asking for help. How do I explain my botched scores to admissions? Will I even get an interview now?... DAT Breakdown (23AA/23TS/23PAT)
Thread Starter Mature student.. Long road to psychiatry training Follow 17 minutes ago 17m ago Hi all This is my first post on the student room, however have read lots of posts about maure students applying for medicine. I guess I am here in the hope of being told my goals are realistic....I am aware ...
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Using data from the ACL National Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Database, investigate the outcomes of Georgia participants in the Matter of Balance (MoB) program, including stratified subgroups.
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