Smart Test Taking tips from MedEntry UCAT Prep
Smart Test-Taking tips for UCAT: MedEntry UCAT Course Tips
- Make your MedEntry UCAT practice tests feel real – try your best to replicate the conditions in which you will be actually taking the UCAT. Take the UCAT test in one sitting with only 1 minute break in between subtests. If you have difficulty concentrating for two hours, it is worthwhile building your UCAT test-taking stamina: you might want to take just one or two subtests at first, and gradually build up until you are taking the full MedEntry UCAT practice tests in the months/weeks before the UCAT.
- Aerobic exercise will supply your brain and body with oxygen, which will relieve stress and enhance your mental agility. If possible, get in the habit of doing at least 20 minutes of good aerobic exercise a day, preferably before you sit down to train with MedEntry UCAT Preparation.
- Prepare your study area: don’t study on your bed, sit upright in a quiet area with good lighting, and make sure all the tools you need (computer, noteboard, pen etc.) are within easy reach.
- Familiarize yourself with the UCAT test format and instructions ahead of time to increase your chances of success on the day. This will save you time during the actual UCAT.