Learn the OAT’s unique content challenges, including the physics section, with our free, online practice test. Start building your study plan by finding out how you’d score if you took the OAT today.
Taking an OAT practice test under timed conditions will show you how to pace yourself throughout the exam. You’ll find out which areas you’ll need to focus on while planning out the rest of your OAT prep.
As you consider an OAT score goal, it’s always wise to look at average scores at the schools to which you’re applying. For starters, though, here are the basics you might need to know about your OAT score.
Because of concerns surrounding COVID-19, OAT testing has been suspended at all Prometric testing centers. Testing is set to resume on May 1, 2020, barring closures extending. Learn more from the ADA Department of Testing Services.
Can I reschedule my OAT?
If your OAT was scheduled during the testing center closures, Prometric will contact you to reschedule your OAT. The soonest that centers could re-open is May 1. We will update you if test center closures are extended. Learn more from the ADA Department of Testing Services.
How will OAT postponements affect eligibility windows?
If your DAT test administration eligibility window expires between March 15, 2020 and June 30, 2020, your administration window will be extended through July 1, 2020. Stay on top of updates from ADA’s Department of Testing Services.
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