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    DATCrusher PAT Breakdown: Paper Folding

    Many people have difficulties when it comes to this section because they think that they need to exercise a great deal of concentration in order to "fold" the given pattern and deduce which answer choice [...]

    By | August 8th, 2017|Categories: PAT Breakdown|0 Comments

    DATCrusher PAT Breakdown: Cube Counting

    Ahh, cubes. Yet another favourite of mine. Besides being one of the four sections on the PAT that you can easily ace, it's pretty fun. Cube counting can also raise your confidence levels going into [...]

    By | July 24th, 2017|Categories: PAT Breakdown|0 Comments

    DATCrusher PAT Breakdown: Angles

    Conceptually speaking, the angle section is the easiest to understand and grasp. all you have to do is rank the given angles from smallest to largest right? It seems easy enough for a child to [...]

    By | July 24th, 2017|Categories: PAT Breakdown|0 Comments

    DATCrusher PAT Breakdown: Hole-Punching

    This section takes an activity that most of us as kids actually partook in. Take a piece of paper, fold it many times and use a hole-puncher to punch some holes. Then unwrap and stare [...]

    By | July 23rd, 2017|Categories: PAT Breakdown|0 Comments