The Parent’s Guide to the UCAT

James ChoiGeneral Advice, Homepage3 Comments

This is undoubtedly an exciting, yet also intense time for parents with children applying to medical school. The UCAT is an important part of the admissions process, and we regularly get phone calls and emails from parents who want to know more about the UCAT and what we teach on our course. If you’re a parent, this short article should … Read More

Verbal Reasoning – Introduction

James ChoiVerbal Reasoning2 Comments

Here’s a sample from the first 4 pages of our Verbal Reasoning section of the UCAT Crash Course Handbook. The whole section is 49 pages long (A4) and includes chapters on strategy and technique for the two subtypes of Verbal Reasoning question, and also a workbook full of questions that you’ll work through, both on the day of the course, … Read More

When should I take the UCAT?

James ChoiGeneral Advice6 Comments

This is a question we get asked time and time again, so we thought we’d devote a blog post to it. The long version of the answer can be found below in the two categories “If you (might be) taking the BMAT” and “If you’re definitely not taking the BMAT”. The short version is as follows: Take the UCAT in … Read More

Top UCAT Tips

Duranka PereraGeneral Advice, Homepage, Uncategorized, Verbal Reasoning7 Comments

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Our first UCAT Preparation Blog post contains what we feel are the top tips you need to know if you’re taking the exam. We’ll be adding more section-specific articles over time, but we thought we’d start with the very basics. So without further ado, here are our “Top UCAT Tips”. Enjoy!