17th May 2023
3 Steps to UCAT Success
Preparing for UCAT can seem overwhelming. It can be difficult to know how to best prepare for UCAT and how to utilise your precious study time. Over the last two decades, MedEntry has developed an unrivalled understanding of the strategies used by the highest performers to tackle aptitude tests and get into medicine. This blog describes three steps to succeeding in UCAT. 1. Sim ...
15th May 2023
UCAT ANZ 2023 Registrations Close on 17th May!
UCAT ANZ 2023 registration deadline Registrations and bookings to sit UCAT ANZ 2023 will close Tuesday 17th May at 11:59pm AEST. You can still register for UCAT ANZ 2023 after this date (up until Tuesday 31st May) however, this will attract a late fee of $85. After this, final late bookings will be accepted until Monday 5th June 2023 (11:59pm AEST) ...
6th May 2023
4 Ways to Avoid Burnout in Your UCAT Prep
This is it. You are in the final months of your last year of high school. It is the last lap in the race to the finish line. It is time to grind… Or is it? What is burnout? It’s when you’re drowning in mountains of workload, overwhelmed with panic / exhaustion / a combination of both and it is usually caused by prolonged or excessive stress. Burnout is pretty much that ch ...
28th April 2023
5 Tips for Acing UCAT (from someone who succeeded on their second attempt)
I remember walking out of the UCAT exam centre, the first time I had sat the UCAT, in a state of disbelief. Not because the UCAT exam was incredibly difficult or out of my depth, but rather the opposite: I had actually found the exam reasonable and doable, yet I was devastated with my UCAT score. In the months leading up to the UCAT, I had been in the throes of in-school assessments and lea ...
27th April 2023
Equipment you need to get UCAT ready!
The saying goes, ‘A bad workman blames his tools’, but it’s also true that having the right tools plays an important role in the successful completion of any task, including UCAT. For example, imagine trying to chop down a tree with a kitchen knife! Not only is it important to select the right tools, you also need to use them efficiently and effectively. So, what equipm ...
26th April 2023
How I scored 99th Percentile in the UCAT
I am now a medical student at Monash University, but I remember being in exactly your position, desperate for tips that would help me perform well in the UCAT. So, here you are – the five most important practices that helped me score 99th percentile in the UCAT. Found my ‘Zone of Excellence’ Finding my ‘zone of excellence’ was life changing fo ...
20th April 2023
Prepare for UCAT: Prepare for a Marathon
Many students who have scored 99th percentile in the UCAT have said that preparing for UCAT is like preparing for a marathon. There are many similarities: they both require significant motivation, consistent practice over a period of time and a clear head under pressure. Not to mention that for many people both a marathon and the UCAT are the hardest challenges they have faced so far in t ...
19th April 2023
Help! I got a poor UCAT Score for my last Mock Exam – What should I do?
There will be a time in everybody’s UCAT preparation journey where scores may fluctuate or decrease. A single bad performance in a UCAT mock exam should not discourage you, but instead be a call to action. If you achieve a poor UCAT percentile or score, ask yourself, “How can I change my UCAT preparation so that this won’t happen in the live UCAT?” This blog outli ...
18th April 2023
5 Tips For UCAT Timing
If you ask any candidate sitting UCAT what the hardest part of the UCAT is, they will inevitably say one thing: timing. All questions in the UCAT are do-able if you are given unlimited time. If sufficient time is given, most students would be able to score very highly in UCAT. However, UCAT is designed intentionally to give you less time than is required to answer UCAT questions. Thi ...
14th April 2023
6 Ways To Make UCAT Study More Effective
Fifty years of educational research shows that effective learners (for UCAT or other learning) have one - preferably all - of the following six characteristics. 1. Encounter challenging ideas or people Basically, this is Newton’s First Law of Motion in action in the academic, cognitive, psychosocial, attitudinal and career-preparation dimensions of your education: a body ...