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UCAT Calculator Keypad Trainer Launched!

Using the UCAT Calculator quickly is an essential skill, particularly in the UCAT Quantitative Reasoning subtest. MedEntry has developed an interactive Calculator Keypad Trainer to help you use the UCAT Calculator quickly and accurately.The Trainer can be found on MedEntry’s Skills Trainers or Community pages, and contains 30 stages which test various calculator operations. In order to complete a stage, you must press each key within the 30 second time limit, and meet a particular accuracy target: As you complete each stage, the game becomes more difficult, testing more operations (such as division and multiplication), and requiring you to enter press more keys within...
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UCAT Speed Reading Trainer Launched!

When sitting the UCAT, you will have an average of less than 30 seconds to answer each question. Therefore, increasing your reading speed is an essential skill to develop, particularly in the Verbal Reasoning subtest. Two common causes of slow reading include subvocalization (or reading words aloud in your mind) and reading each word individually. To read quickly, you need to avoid subvocalization, and engage in ‘chunking’, which involves reading multiple words simultaneously. MedEntry has developed an exclusive UCAT Speed Reading trainer that helps you to reduce subvocalization, helps you ‘chunk’ and significantly increases your reading speed.You can set the number of words...
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Quantitative Reasoning Mental Arithmetic Trainer

Strong mental maths skills (the ability to make calculations quickly in your head) is a major advantage in the Quantitative Reasoning Subtest of the UCAT.MedEntry has developed an arithmetic training game to help you work on your mental arithmetic under timed conditions, and it available right within your online learning platform:The game consists of three levels – easy, medium and hard, and you have 30 seconds to solve each of the puzzles.You can also view the leaderboard to see how quickly you completed the arithmetic puzzles in comparison to other MedEntry students:Please also read our Top Tips for Quantitative Reasoning.MedEntry are...
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Community Portal

Community PortalWith purchase of an Online, Platinum or Diamond package, you join the MedEntry student community – one with shared goals and a history of success. To continue engagement and interaction between students in the community, MedEntry has developed a Community Portal, with new features being added regularly.Currently, the Community Portal includes the following features:Weekly QuestionEvery Monday, a sample question for one of the UCAT subtests will be displayed. MedEntry students can discuss their answer and reasoning. The worked solution will be displayed over the weekend.Social MediaMedEntry’s UCAT & Interview Study Space Facebook group is a great place for you to...
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Medical Interview Preparation: My Achievements & Experience

MedEntry has developed a My Achievements and Experience module, allowing you to record all of your co-curricular activities, achievements/awards and work experience.This information will help you when writing a university application, preparing for medical interviews, or updating your CV.To access this module, click on My Achievements and Experience in the University Admissions course. From this page, you can submit co-curricular activity, award, and work experience entries:In the form, you can upload images if you wish (for example, photos of certificates): Once entries have been submitted, you can view them in the My Achievements and Experience module, and make any necessary adjustments: You can also...
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MedEntry’s UCAT Practice Exams are optimised for UCATSEN!

What is UCATSEN?UCATSEN (University Clinical Aptitude Test Special Educational Needs) provides certain students sitting UCAT with 25% extra time when sitting the test.UCATSEN is available to students with a medical condition that impacts upon their ability to perform in testing settings such as UCAT, for example, those with learning disabilities.How do I apply for UCATSEN?If you feel you are entitled to sit UCATSEN, you should submit an application for Access Arrangements before you make your UCAT booking. The deadline for access arrangements applications for UCAT is 10 May 2019 at 5pm AEST. Candidates should submit the online form and supporting documentation...
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MedEntry UCAT Exam Percentile Rankings

UCAT scores may look complicated, but essentially all they do is compare your performance against other UCAT candidates. Therefore, to understand how you are performing in UCAT, you need an indication of how your performance compares to others.MedEntry makes this easy by converting your raw UCAT practice exam results into percentile rankings. These percentiles compare your performance against other UCAT candidates who have completed the same UCAT practice exam.You will be provided with a UCAT percentile ranking for each of the five UCAT subtests, as well as an overall UCAT percentile ranking for the exam.Your percentile rankings are calculated by comparing...
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Monitoring Your UCAT Progress

 To effectively prepare for UCAT, it is essential that you understand your strengths and weaknesses, and that you track your progress as you work through UCAT resources. It is not enough to simply complete UCAT practice questions or practice exams; you also need feedback on how you have performed, and advice on where you should focus your future UCAT preparation efforts.MedEntry makes this easy with a tool that helps you view detailed information about your UCAT progress, including percentile rankings and a breakdown of which question types you should focus on to boost your performance. Accessing the Check Progress pageThe UCAT Check...
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