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MedEntry is delighted to have launched our new UCAT QBank: the most advanced, personalised and comprehensive UCAT question bank available.
The MedEntry QBank has three key sections:
We will go through each of these sections in detail.
With MedEntry’s QBank, practicing for UCAT is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Generate a UCAT quiz or drill in three easy steps:
Timed mode allows you to choose how many UCAT questions you would like to attempt, or how long you would like to spend on your UCAT practice. If you select this mode, a countdown timer will appear during your UCAT QBank attempt.
Untimed mode allows you to “just get started” with a single UCAT question or unit! Once you have completed the UCAT question, you will have the option to continue attempting more UCAT questions, or review the questions you’ve done.
After selecting your preferred UCAT timing mode, click Go! to start the quiz:
After a UCAT QBank attempt, you will be provided with detailed information on your performance:
In the Performance section, you will find a sophisticated overall UCAT performance page, containing graphs which show your UCAT performance compared to other MedEntry students.
This graph shows how you have performed at each UCAT question type in comparison to other MedEntry students. The average bar shows how students performed on the same UCAT questions that you have attempted.
In the example above, we can see that the student has performed better than average at UCAT Decision Making and UCAT Quantitative Reasoning, but below average at UCAT Verbal Reasoning. You can also click on a specific UCAT subtest to view more detailed information:
This bubble chart shows a representation of how many UCAT questions you have attempted in each UCAT subtest, in addition to your performance.
The diameter of each circle indicates the number of UCAT questions you have attempted, whereas the position on the y-axis indicates how many of these UCAT questions were answered correctly.
The dynamic QBank History page displays a summary of your UCAT question bank attempts, whether in progress or complete. The history page also indicates which UCAT question types were practiced:
Note: if you completed a UCAT Practice Drill before the release of the MedEntry QBank, it will be available for review in the QBank history page:
Our IT engineers are continuing to develop more features for the MedEntry QBank to make it even more innovative and personalised. This includes additional performance graphs, an option to have your UCAT drills curated by MedEntry, and even more quality UCAT questions added to the QBank.
Just another way MedEntry delivers effective, top quality UCAT preparation for our students.