UCAT · April 17, 2019
Top 5 UCAT Decision Making Tips
The Decision Making subtest was only included in the UCAT exam a few years ago and it is certainly one of the vaguest ones to study for. The aim of the Decision Making section is to assess your ability to apply logic, interpret information and evaluate arguments in order to identify the correct answer. For this subtest, you will have 31 minutes to answer 29 questions. The Decision Making questions will vary from logic puzzles to choosing the best argument to understand Venn diagrams. For more information on the logistics behind the Decision Making, check outUCAT official website.
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Know each question type and how to answer them
Time is your friend, so use it wisely
Don’t be presumptive or rely on a personal opinion
Remember that noteboard - it’s time to use it
Make sure you get plenty of UCAT practice
Practice for the UCAT with a real exam simulation
We hope this was a useful guide to the Decision Making section of the UCAT and you feel more comfortable with it. Don’t forget that if you have any questions about your UCAT prep or medical schools in general, you can send us an email at hello@theMSAG.com.
Miss Giulia Bankov
Giulia is a graduate medical student at the University of Glasgow. She previously studied Neuroscience at King's College London and completed her Cognitive Neurobiology and Clinical Neurophysiology at the University of Amsterdam