My name is Shahed and I'm a dental student at the University of Alberta. While I was preparing for the DAT, I realized that the majority of resources out there were catered towards the American DAT and created by people who had never written the Canadian version of the DAT. And so I set out to create DATCrusher, a resource specifically for the Canadian DAT. Since launching in October 2016, we have grown into a team that consists of dental students, software developers, and pre-dental students from across the nation.
We are constantly looking for creative ways to help students prepare by adding unique features such as printable PAT Generators, unique reading comprehension software, and much more! Our goal is to help you CRUSH the Canadian DAT. If you ever have any questions, you are more than welcome to contact me at any time 🙂