The UCAT exam is taken by students applying for Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences. Rather than testing scientific knowledge, it examines candidates’ cognitive abilities and clinical aptitude.
There are five sections to the exam: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, abstract reasoning, a situational judgment test, and decision-making. The UCAT exam is commonly held to be more like an IQ test than a conventional written examination.
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Our UCAT study schedule covers important dates and when you should be starting.You can use our UCAT study schedule to build your own plan.
Here you can download useful UKCAT Study Materials to help you in your preparation for the test. Our UKCAT Section Guide takes you through each of the skills that the UKCAT tests.