We investigate previous UKCAT exam papers annually, updating our own UKCAT materials to ensure the most accurate possible experience.
Our intensive course prepares medical school applicants for the rigors of the UKCAT.
We not only ensure that you really understand the different UKCAT questions that could be asked, but also how you can answer them to the highest standard.
Our UKCAT prep course is run by specialist Medicine graduates.
To give you a reflection of the intensity of the true test, we carry out our UKCAT mocks under timed, examination conditions.
Our expert tutors teach you to excel under the time pressure of the UKCAT by arming you with the necessary skills and strategy.
Our course is delivered by carefully selected and trained tutors from our network of over 2,300 top graduates.
Michael graduated from Cambridge in 2015 with a BA in pre-clinical Medical Sciences and Social Anthropology, and subsequently studied clinical Medicine at UCL. While studying, Michael has worked extensively as a mentor and tutor, with a focus on science and medical school applications. He has run Oxbridge classes at top London schools and contributed several chapters to the DMA book. His interests lie in psychiatry, medical anthropology and public health, and he hopes to combine his clinical practice with involvement in medical education.
Don graduated from Oxford in Medical Sciences and is now a final year medical student at Imperial College London undertaking the clinical years of his degree. He has mentored with Dukes Education for the past two years. Don has worked on dozens of events to support students to achieve their goal of studying Medicine and becoming a doctor. He is currently exploring a range of specialisms, but is particularly interested in Psychiatry.
Full papers marked and returned to you with plenty of time to assess weaknesses before the real thing.
All of our unique mock papers in with incredibly detailed answer packs.
A booklet to help you improve your exam technique, ability to tackle UKCAT exam questions and time management.
Our UKCAT courses are designed to develop pupils’ reading and thinking skills. Medical practitioners must also be able to interpret findings from published materials and apply this to their own practice. It is essential they can critique such materials and draw their own conclusion as to the validity of any findings.
In the verbal reasoning section of the UKCAT test, you must process passages of information and determine what conclusions can be drawn from information. The Dukes Medical Applications UKCAT course works to enhance attendees’ comprehension abilities – an ability need by all medical professionals to understand complex information.
As a medic, communicating clearly and simply to patients is essential and is an element tested in the verbal reasoning section of the test. With our UKCAT course, we aim to improve attendees’ information transferral skills, so they can excel in the test.
We endeavour to instruct future medical students on how best to judge the legitimacy of results, as this is an important area tested in the UKCAT exam.
On our course, we focus on expanding students’ existing numerical skills to enable them to better solve numbers based problems.
During the UKCAT, students have to solve data based problems. On our prep course, we help Medical Applicants with their table, chart and graph interpretation skills.
An important skill that Medical Schools consider is the way in which applicants can appraise their own discoveries. The UKCAT preparation courses run at Dukes emphasise the need for pupils to refine their aptitude for evaluating and appraising results.
Our practice UKCAT courses help potential medical students to master the identification of patterns and abstract thinking skills. These skills will be measured in the UKCAT test as medical professionals often must think abstractly to come up with diagnoses from a list of symptoms.
Our UKCAT Preparation Course will help examinees draw conclusions when presented with core information hidden amongst irrelevant and distracting material.
The UKCAT course at Dukes Medical Applications boosts future medics critical thinking and theory formulation skills.
The SJTs consist of a series of scenarios where students must identify possible actions and considerations.
We help UKCAT examinees to make the appropriate judgments for the situation and understand the importance of taking other considerations into account.
Medical careers require a huge amount of persistence and determination. Dukes UKCAT courses encourage students to better draw on their personal strengths to tackle these problems successfully.
The new Decision Making section of the UKCAT assesses a candidates’ ability to apply logic to reach a decision or conclusion, evaluate arguments and analyse statistical information.
High-level problem solving skills are crucial to scoring well in the UKCAT. Complex logic application is covered comprehensively on our preparation course, so students can take the UKCAT with confidence.
We offer bespoke training on our UKCAT course so that potential medical students are armed with the skills needed to assess and manage statistical information.
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If you are interested in attending, our advice is to book a place with us early, as slots inevitably run out during the year.
We’ve provided you with a ‘mini mock’ – a UKCAT practice test you can sit in 15 minutes, which gives you a chance to fit in some practice for the exam.
Our UKCAT experts have created a series of example UKCAT questions that are typical of the real exam, to give you a flavour of what you will face in the exam.
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.