A straightforward way to think about the main differences in UCAT and BMAT is that the UCAT aims to get a greater understanding of your “raw” abilities. These include speed reading, mental arithmetic, decision making and more. The UCAT is not so concerned with your basic knowledge but instead tests you through more abstract concepts. So what about the BMAT?Read more...
Are the scores of your UCAT mock exams not what you want? Feel like you are studying and trying your best but still not getting the scores you're aiming for? This can be really disheartening and a motivation killer. So what can be done about it?Read more...
This section measures your capacity to understand real-world situations while identifying the critical factors and appropriate behaviour in dealing with them. How good is your judgement?Read more...
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to be felt for medical school admissions. Here, we provide you with a compilation of official updates relevant to medical school admissions to make sure you are all up-to-date.Read more...
Find out your provisional rank among this year’s cohort, what it means, and what actions you should consider.Read more...
2020-09-14UCAT Section Advice
Many students find the Verbal Reasoning section of the UCAT difficult due to the sheer amount of textual information that needs to be processed. Here, we provide top tips to improve reading comprehension.Read more...
2020-09-07UCAT Section Advice
Find out about the most/least drag-and-drop questions for the SJT and how you can get more practice.Read more...
2020-09-01UCAT Section Advice
Do you feel not too confident about tackling the pattern recognition questions in the UCAT? Need some help? Don’t worry. Here, we provide five specific and practical tips to master these types of questions.Read more...
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