Canadian DAT Statistics

The following are the breakdown of past Canadian DAT scores that you may find useful. Each cycle, the CDA releases these statistics to everyone who wrote the DAT. Using a collection of these data, we have compiled these statistics to help students understand how scores were distrbuted on the Canadian DAT in recent years and how many people scored in each section.

2014 DAT

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2014 DAT

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2015 DAT

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2015 DAT

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2016 DAT

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2016 DAT

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Canadian Dental School Admission Statistics for 2015

Statistics for the average incoming class at each Dental School in 2015 (Graduating in 2019)

Dental School  # of Applications # of Seats Available Average GPA Average DAT Scores of 1st year class
 UofT  546  96 3.90
(Worst year dropped)
 22AA
 Western  591  56  89.8%
Based on best 2 years
 21AA
 UBC  408  58  86%
(Worst year dropped)
 21.9AA
 Alberta  244 31  3.91
(Worst year dropped)
 23.7 Reading / 20.9 PAT / 23.8 MDT
 McGill
(Non-residents)
 272  11  3.88  DAT Not Required
 McGill
(Residents)
 206 20 3.82   DAT Not Required
 Manitoba 177 29 3.5 min. for IP
/ 3.8 min. for OOP
18.7 min. for IP
/ 23 min. for OOP for average of all sections
 Saskatchewan 223 28 87.88% 20AA

IP = In-province residence
OOP = Out-of-province residence