We take misconduct in the DAT very seriously. Every candidate must agree to abide by the CDA Principles of Ethics, which are outlined in the DAT Candidate Guide, before they register for the test. This includes maintaining honesty, truthfulness, and integrity throughout the testing process.

Violations, such as cheating or disclosing test content, can lead to severe consequences including the voiding of examination results, legal action, and other penalties. We actively investigate any allegations of misconduct and take appropriate action to ensure the integrity of the DAT.

For more information on our ethical standards or to report any concerns, please refer to the DAT Candidate Guide and see the Misconduct section of our Frequently Asked Questions.