UCAT stands for University Clinical Aptitude Test. Unlike traditional school and university exams which assess knowledge, UCAT 2019 assesses generic skills, including verbal aptitude, mathematical understanding and abstract reasoning.
Students who wish to study medicine or dentistry in Australia or New Zealand in 2020 will need to sit and succeed in UCAT 2019.
UCAT 2019 is comprised of five separately timed subtests:
- Verbal Reasoning
- Decision Making
- Quantitative Reasoning
- Abstract Reasoning
- Situational Judgement
UCAT 2019 is a computer based test and takes a total of approximately 2 hours. UCAT 2019 will take place in various testing centres across Australia, New Zealand and in some overseas locations.
UCAT 2019 is a very difficult test, unlike what students have ever sat before. Quality preparation is therefore essential. Please visit www.medentry.edu.au for more information and to enrol in one of our UCAT 2019 preparation courses.