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 Decision Making section assesses your ability to make logically sound decisions and judgements using complex statistical information within a short period of time.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...
Are you currently preparing to take the UCAT? If so, you’ll want to know how to sign up for it, once the registration period finally rolls around. Testing takes place between 3 August and 1 October 2020, with UK registration opening on 1st July 2020.Read more...
2020-07-03UCAT Revision Tips
Need more guidance on using the scratch pad during the UCAT? We have prepared another blog article showing you how to use the scratch pad to solve a UCAT question.Read more...
The UCAT has strict ID requirements in place and undertakes a thorough verification of your ID. Here, we go over what constitutes a valid ID, and an additional requirement for Online UCAT candidates who are under 18.Read more...
2020-07-01UCAT Revision Tips
Are you feeling a bit unsure on how to use the new scratch pad feature during the UCAT? We have prepared a blog article that shows you how to use the scratch pad effectively and efficiently with a step-by-step worked example.Read more...
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