These are answers to a question a student who is preparing to take the OAT had about how to best prepare for the Reading Comprehension section. It is taken from SCCO’s Facebook Group for Pre-optometry Students: Question: So I’m having trouble studying for the reading comprehension section of the OAT. […]
What follows are highlights from the FAQ I formatted for those preparing to take the OAT. For the complete downloadable PDF of this FAQ, click here: FAQ About OAT Preparation and Scores How does SCCO consider OAT scores? How should I prepare to take the OAT? The OAT (Optometry […]
Judging from the number of hits on blog topics related to OAT preparation, it’s a popular topic right now. I thought this information might be helpful: how SCCO’s incoming class (last season) prepared for taking the OAT. Here are Polled results from SCCO’s incoming class for Fall 2013: OAT Preparation Questionnaire […]
This is a discussion taken from SCCO’s Facebook Group for Pre-optometry Students. Students talk about how to access practice OAT tests. Question: I was wondering where is the best place to take OAT practice tests? Answer #1: I would go to the local university library and head straight […]
This is a discussion taken from SCCO’s Facebook Group for Pre-optometry Students. Students talk about methods to improve scores on standardized tests, (i.e. the OAT). Question: I have trouble taking standardized tests. They psych me out! I’m worried about doing well on the OAT. Any suggestions for […]
This is a discussion taken from SCCO’s Facebook Group for Pre-optometry Students. Various methods of how to plan study time for the OAT are discussed. Question: I’m curious to know how people scheduled their time to study within 2-3 months or less. With my situation, I will […]
This is advice given from a pre-optometry student on SCCO’s Facebook Group for Pre-optometry Students. If anyone wants a great FREE website to review Organic Chemistry, check this out: http://ochem.jsd.claremont.edu/tutorials.htm Simple videos, but they improved my comprehension of what the reactions really mean (easier to remember!).