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When is the best time to apply to dental school?


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Julianne’s Answer

I would apply as soon as you are eligible and complete the pre-requisite courses and DAT. The application cycle usually opens the beginning of June and it is best to apply as soon as it opens.

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Dant’s Answer

Hi Elon,

I would apply as soon as you have completed the course requirements to get accepted to dental school and have taken the DAT (Dental Admission Test).

When I considered applying, I was eligible for during my 3rd year of college. I choose to finish my bachelor's in Chemistry and then applied. However, a degree was not required to get in just the course requirements which are listed in the school's admission requirements.

I was accepted and it all worked out for me!

Hope this helps,

Dant Sandras, DDS
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David’s Answer

I would apply as soon as you have completed all the course requires for dental school and as well taken the DAT (Dental Admission Test). Most people who apply are or is eligible to apply is during their 3rd year of college latest will be the summer of 3rd year of college, but if you are doing pre-dental then just follow the course guideline and you will be set for applying to dental school immediately instead of stressing for the course you need. Some people may choose to finish their degree first before applying for dental school which it is not bad choice but all depend on your preference because some want to take a short little break before continuing and some just one shot go through everything and be done with. The earlier you decide and complete all the course works and pre-requirements for applying to dental school is your best option, again it is your decision and no one can force you to do anything.

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Elyse’s Answer

I think whenever you’re ready to apply you should go for it! If you’re out of high school maybe start exploring some dental school options and see what is a good fit for you.

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