UCAT

The UCAT Quantitative Reasoning section is the problem-solving part of the UCAT. For this subtest, you will have 24 minutes to answer 36 questions. The Quantitative Reasoning questions will vary greatly in nature, so familiarising yourself with all possible question types is a good idea before you tackle them. In this blog post we share our top tips to help you ace the UCAT Quantitative Reasoning subtest.
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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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The aim of Verbal Reasoning is to test your ability to read comprehensively an unknown block of text and evaluate it. The Verbal Reasoning section of the UCAT gives you 21 minutes to answer 44 questions, so even solely from a timing point of view, it is understandable why this is such a feared part of the exam. Not to worry, as we are here to give you our best UCAT Verbal Reasoning Tips!

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The UCAT/UKCAT exam is offered by Pearson Vue and has become a requirement for the vast majority of medical and dental schools in the UK and abroad. What is a good UCAT score for medical school is an often asked question that applicants worry about a lot, so we have put together a quick guide to help you out navigating what the UCAT scores mean and what your options are, depending on your score.
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