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University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT)

The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) is an admissions test used in the selection process for many medical and dentistry schools in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The test is a 2-hour computer-based exam consisting of 5 sections and aimed to test both cognitive and non-cognitive ability.

UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test): What You Need to Know

The University Clinical Aptitude Test is a computer-based examination that takes 2 hours to sit, and it is used by the majority of UK medical and dental schools. It used to be called the UKCAT, and if you know anyone who has applied for medical school in the past few years this is what they would have called it. It tests aptitude rather than academic ability...

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The Day of Your UCAT

It takes stamina to get through 2 hours of intense UCAT testing. Taking mock tests is a great way to build up your mental strength and help avoid fatigue. It’s the cerebral equivalent of training for a 10k run: you would prepare your body by running similar distances beforehand...

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After Your UCAT and Your Scores

You will receive your results when you leave the test centre. Remember that no score guarantees entry or means failure. The UCAT is only part of the admissions process; some schools and universities see it as a minor part...

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