# Author name: Dale Paynter

## OAT Test Prep: Physics Part 2

Article by Dale Paynter – Salus University 2014 Welcome to the second article for the Physics section of the OAT! In this article, Iâ€™ll be discussing the different study materials that helped me prepare for this section. As usual, there are free optometrystudents.com practice problems at the end, so enjoy! Why is the Physics section […]

## OAT Test Prep: Physics Part 1

OAT Test Prep:Â  Physics Part 1 by: Dale Paynter Hey everyone, today I will be giving an overview of the Physics section for the OAT.Â  This will be the first article in a multi-part series covering Physics.Â  At the end of this article, we have free, exclusive optometrystudents.com practice problems! The Physics section covers material

## OAT Test Prep: Quantitative Reasoning Part 3

Welcome to the final Quantitative Reasoning article! Today, I will be going over examples of geometry and trigonometry problems similar to those found on the OAT.Â  As always, I have created each of these free practice problems myself.Â  Our next OAT article series will be covering Physics, as we have received numerous requests for that

## OAT Test Prep: Quantitative Reasoning Part 2

Welcome back to the second Quantitative Reasoning strategy article by Salus 2014 Optometry Student, Dale Paynter!Â  In the first article, I outlined the topics for this section, so please check that out if you haven’t already done so.Â  For today, I’ll be giving you some more free, optometrystudents.com practice problems that will cover some of

## OAT Test Prep: Quantitative Reasoning

Today’s article “OAT Test Prep:Â  Quantitative Reasoning” was written by Salus 2014 Optometry Student Dale Paynter. All of the questions have been created by Dale and not extracted from other sources. Welcome to the Quantitative Reasoning strategy article!Â  The QR section of the OAT is the final section of the exam, and covers a variety

In today’s article, Dale Paynter, a Salus Optometry School 2014 student will be talking about his pre-optometry experiences that helped solidify his decision to enter the field.Â  Enjoy! One of the most important questions any prospective optometry student should ask his/herself is “Why did I choose optometry?” Indeed, this is one of the most important

## Know These Equations For The OAT

OAT Equations Today I will be going over the common equations found on the OAT. One of the most important aspects of the OAT is figuring out what equations are the most important to study. This is especially true for Physics and Quantitative Reasoning, but equations will be found in Biology and General Chemistry as

## Salus Optometry School Interview (PCO)

The Successful Interview For my first optometry school interview, I was naturally apprehensive.Â  I, like many other optometry school applicants, had already graduated from college.Â  And although I had set myself back a year, so to speak, by delaying my application, I had used the extra time to gain more shadowing experience in optometry, as

## OAT Test Prep: Reading Comprehension

Welcome to my new OAT series, where I will be covering all six subjects on the OAT in separate articles.Â  Today I will be covering the Reading Comprehension section of the exam.Â  As always, check back for more articles in the future! Please keep in mind that you can comment at the bottom of the

## How To Handle Test Day â€“ OAT Test Prep #3

OAT Strategy Article 3: How to Handle Test Day Welcome back! This article will cover some important test day information and strategies, and will also alert you to some common mistakes to avoid. This will be the final article in my general OAT series; so please check back soon for my next article, which will

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