MedEntry is delighted to offer our students innovative, exclusive UCAT skills trainers for each of the four UCAT cognitive subtests. You will not find anything like our skills trainers on any other UCAT platform.
These skills trainers have been developed by an expert team of IT Engineers, academics and high achieving UCAT students.
The UCAT skills trainers:
The following UCAT skills trainers are available for MedEntry students:
Slow reading is the commonest problem students face when trying to master UCAT Verbal Reasoning. The MedEntry Speed Reading Trainer will help you to reduce subvocalisation and increase your reading speed. You can challenge yourself to improve by adjusting the number of words displayed and the reading rate.
Keyword scanning is an important technique in the UCAT Verbal Reasoning subtest. The MedEntry Keyword Scanning Trainer will help you practice your keyword scanning, enabling you to identify relevant information quickly and accurately.
Venn Diagrams are a common and difficult type of question in the UCAT Decision Making subtest. The MedEntry UCAT Venn Diagram Trainer will help you analyse Venn diagrams quickly and accurately, boosting your UCAT Decision Making score.
Using the UCAT calculator quickly and efficiently is an important skill, particularly for the UCAT Quantitative Reasoning subtest. Over 30 stages, the MedEntry UCAT Calculator Keypad trainer will build up your muscle memory in performing various calculator operations.
Mental maths, or the ability to make calculations quickly and accurately in your head, is an important, time-saving skill in UCAT. It is particularly useful in the UCAT Quantitative Reasoning subtest. The MedEntry UCAT Arithmetic Trainer helps you to develop these skills quickly, under timed conditions.
In UCAT Abstract Reasoning, you will need to identify common rules and patterns, while avoiding distractors. MedEntry’s UCAT Abstract Reasoning trainer helps you to practice the most efficient approach to answering UCAT Abstract Reasoning questions. The trainer has two modes and multiple difficulty levels, allowing you to alter timing conditions and the number of figures present.