UCAT Classes in Dubai - Abu Dhabi - Sharjah
UCAT Trial Class Attend a 1-hour trial class on the topic of your choice : Verbal Reasoning, deciding , Situational Judgement, Abstract Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning. This trial class gives you an opportunity to urge taught by our UCAT experts & better gauge your readiness for the test.
The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT), also known as UCAT is a standardized medical entrance test for medical and dental universities that are part of UCAT Consortium.
The test is developed and managed by the UCAT Consortium and administered by Pearson VUE all over the globe. The test measures your cognitive abilities through multiple question formats across five different sections. The test is aimed to prepare you for the world of medical and dental studies that require reasoning, logical and critical thinking skills.
The UCAT is usually conducted between the months of July and October of every year. UCAT score is one of the parts of several attributes that universities consider at the time of accepting your application.
UCAT TEST FORMAT
The subtest measures your ability to critique and reason the findings. All questions in this subtest mainly revolve around two main ideas – to understand the given passage clearly and to determine whether a specific conclusion can be drawn from what is being presented. This section has eleven passages with a few passages followed by four questions expect you to choose an appropriate inference or conclusion and in rest of the passages your task is to find whether the conclusion drawn is parallel to what is stated in the passage by choosing either true, false or can’t tell.
From the title of this subtest, you understand that you need to make decisions based on various scenarios presented. The subtest measures your ability to use an approach which is logical to arrive at a conclusion. Your performance in this subtest is an appropriate measure of your ability to manage and deal with high risks as profession of a doctor is prone to uncertainty. All questions present a situation followed by a question to which you need to produce only one correct response or five responses by selecting yes or no to produce each response. You may consider using an onscreen calculator to answer a question involving mathematical computation.
The subtest measures your numerical skills. To perform well on this subtest, you need to learn how to interpret problem solving questions involving numerals. This subtest is not solely about aptitude however it’s about the aptitude that you need to possess to be able to make right decisions on drug level calculations based on the patient’s weight, age and other factors and also in a few advanced cases to draw a statistical analysis of a particular case study. Most of the scenarios have four questions that follow and the rest are standalone questions/scenarios. Each question has five answer choices and your task is to choose an answer one which is appropriate.
The word abstract takes multiple interpretations when you relate it to a lifesaving profession. A critical abstract reasoning is essential for doctors as it is directly related to the conclusions that they draw basedon the patterns(symptoms) they observe – a few will be relevant and the rest will be distractors. To identify the relevant details you need be sharp and critical to the patterns that you observe and this subtest aims to measure one such interesting skill of yours. Abstract reasoning questions will be presented in four different formats throughout the section.
A doctor’s profession mostly revolves around a judgement that the doctor makes in every situation, the action solely follows the judgement. The subtest is designed to measure your integrity, team player, resilience, involvement, and perspective in a few medical, ethical and professional situations. You are expected to produce responses to two different ideas – appropriateness of possible actions and importance of possible considerations. While answering questions on appropriateness, you have to select an answer from the four answer choices – a very appropriate thing to do, appropriate, but not ideal, inappropriate, but not awful, and a very inappropriate thing to do. Similarly, for questions on importance, you have to select an answer from the four answer choices – very important, important, of minor importance, and not important.
UCAT TEST FEE
UKCAT REGISTRATION FEE – NON EU STUDENTS
UCAT SCORE REPORTS
Your UCAT score will be available before the UCAS deadline, October 15th. On the day of the test, after completion of the test, you will be given a copy of your test results which is valid for entry to medical and dental colleges in 2019 or deferred entry in 2020.
You may request for additional copies of your test results for a fee of £25. The UCAT consortium reports your test score to the universities of your choice in the first week of November.
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Q) How much time does the UCAT test preparation take?
The SAT test is for 3 hours.
Q) Can I retake my UCAT Exam?
The SAT exam can be taken several times. It’s offered multiple times a year.
Q) For how long is the score valid?
ACT is a CBT while SAT is a PBT. The scoring pattern and the approach to the test is different.
Q) How should I prepare for UCAT?
A good SAT score is above 1400.
Q)Is 2740 a good UCAT score?
Well, a Diagnostic Test can be taken to assess one’s level followed by a rigorous prep for 2.5 – 3 months with an expert.
Q) Is 700 a good UCAT score?
Yes, it is a good composite score but a score above 700 will secure your place in a medical school.
Q) Is Bmat harder than Ucat?
Both the tests have a different approach, however, BMAT is slightly more difficult than the UCAT.
Q) Is 630 a good UCAT score?
It’s a decent score but the chances of acceptance might get affected.