UCAT will take place in July 2019. However, there are a few things you can start doing now to enhance your UCAT skills. Our first tip is to read widely and critically.
UCAT questions draw from a range of sources, including magazines, newspapers, research papers and internet articles. You may be required to interpret a passage of text, table, graph or other diagram in UCAT. Questions cover various topics including history, geography, politics, economics and science.
While UCAT does not require any prior knowledge, having a good understanding of current affairs and expanding your general knowledge will certainly help. You will not only develop your UCAT skills, it will also be useful for other subjects such as English.
Good resources to start with include:
When you read, pay particular attention to:
For more practice, enrol in one of MedEntry’s UCAT preparation courses. Along with practice questions, you will be provided with strategy guides that cover important principles, including how to expand your vocabulary, interpret data, and think critically.
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