Originally Posted by yuan_renn
I see, thanks Young. Is ISAT just like IELTS? Or harder? Can briefly tell me about ISAT?
Basically, ISAT is like a modified version of an IQ test. It tests you on your reasoning ability as well as your aptitude with figures and data management.
It consists of 100 questions and you have to finish it in 3 hours. There's no way to prepare for the test because there's no syllabus; it's all logic, reasoning and semantics. Most people just walk in, rack their brains for 3 hours and walk out.
For dentistry, the minimum score to aim for would be the top 30% of all ISAT test takers. Of course, the higher you get, the better your chance of admission.