Best UCAT Preparation Resources 2019

June 28, 2019 3 min read

Preparing for the UCAT and unsure where to start with all the UCAT preparation resources available? Don't worry we are here to help you narrow it down! Here we have compiled a list of the best UCAT prepraration resources for 2019 entry!
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UCAT Timing Tips to Manage Your Time Efficiently

June 25, 2019 4 min read

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!

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UCAT Techniques to Master

June 14, 2019 5 min read

If you are a prospective dental or medical student, you probably know that there is a very high chance you might have to sit the UCAT as part of your application. So, we have compiled our best UCAT techniques to help you get a high score on the exam!
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Top 10 UCAT Tips

May 08, 2019 4 min read

If you are a prospective medical student preparing your application, you will have surely heard about the UCAT (UKCAT) by now. Getting a good UCAT result is one of the requirements, along with a personal statement, your grades and a letter of recommendation, that you will have to submit to be considered to be given an offer for a medical interview. We have prepared our Top 10 UCAT Tips for acing the exam here!

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UKCAT to UCAT: Everything You Need to Know

April 25, 2019 3 min read

If you are a medical or dental school candidate preparing to apply this academic cycle, you probably know that one of the requirements is to sit an entrance exam called the UKCAT. However, you might have noticed that recently that exam’s name was changed from UKCAT to UCAT. Here we cover all you need to know for what that means for you and how it might affect your application! 

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UCAT Test: Essential Knowledge for the UCAT

February 25, 2019 7 min read

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.
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