So you’ve decided you want to study medicine or dentistry? You realise that the medical school or dental school you want to apply for requires the UCAT test? Fear not, we are here to give you our six top tips to scoring well in the UCAT!
The UCAT is a very time-pressured exam, often giving you no more than 20 seconds per question. This can be initially quite challenging and stressful but with good preparation and practice, you will be able to ace it in no time. Here are some of our best timing tips when it comes to successfully sitting the 2019 UCAT!
The ability to spot patterns from a set of unknown information is an important skill for everyone looking to get into medical school or studies medicine and the UCAT Abstract Reasoning section of the exam tests exactly that ability. Here we cover our Top 5 UCAT Abstract Reasoning Tips to help you prepare for this section of the UCAT!
The most common exam used by UK medical schools is the University Clinical Aptitude Test(UCAT). The way in which the medical school uses the UCAT score is hugely variable, and cut-offs (if such are used) can vary considerably each year depending on cohort performance. The UCAT does not contain any curriculum or science content and instead focuses on exploring the cognitive powers, reasoning skills, and logical thinking of applicants - all of which are vital attributes for a doctor to possess.