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The Dental Admissions Test (DAT) is required by all dental schools and programs and should be taken in the spring or the summer before you apply to dental schools. Your application materials should be completed and submitted approximately 1 year prior to your anticipated starting date. Dentistry programs consider a variety of factors in selecting students including a high grade point average, good DAT scores, strong letters of recommendation (including those from a practicing dentist), and at least 20 hours of observation with a practicing dentist.
The scientific method is the most commonly used way to generate knowledge in exercise science. As you begin your program of study in exercise science, you will quickly learn that exercise science is founded in well-designed and well-conducted research. It is therefore important to provide a general overview of research in exercise science so that you may have a greater appreciation and understanding for the research work performed in the areas comprising exercise science. Research procedures Exercise science professionals may conduct research using human and animal models, tissue and cell cultures, computer modeling, and advanced statistical procedures.
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ACSM's Introduction to Exercise Science (American College Sports Medici) by Jeffrey A. Potteiger