Practice is the key to success in the UKCAT
Whilst there are many ways to improve your question answering, you cannot be fully prepared until you have worked through authentic questions under the simulated environment of the real test. That's why UniAdmissions produced these mock papers, spanning 200 pages, and including 700 questions.
Working through these 3 practice tests under exam conditions will build your familiarity with the test format. Using the fully worked solutions you can fine-tune your performance before test day arrives to ensure you perform to the best of your ability.
Published by the UK's leading University Admissions Company, this fully up-to-date resource contains all the latest question styles in the test, as written by our specialist test tutors. Practicing with these papers will allow you to rapidly improve your test scores and approach the real exam with confidence and gain the score you deserve.
|Publisher:||RAR Medical Services|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Comprehensive School in South Wales to receive a place on the Oxford medicine course he embraced all aspects of university life, both social and academic. Matt
Scored in the top 5% for his UKCAT and BMAT to secure his offer at the
University of Oxford.
Matthew has worked with UniAdmissions since 2014 - tutoring several applicants successfully into Oxbridge and Russell group universities. His work has been published in international scientific journals and he has presented his research at conferences across the globe. In his spare time, Matt enjoys playing rugby and golf.
Rohan is the Director of Operations at UniAdmissions and is responsible for its technical and commercial arms. He graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and is a fully qualified doctor. Over the last five years, he has tutored hundreds of successful Oxbridge and Medical applicants. He has also authored ten books on admissions tests and interviews.
Rohan has taught physiology to undergraduates and interviewed medical school applicants for Cambridge. He has published research on bone physiology and writes education articles for the Independent and Huffington Post. In his spare time, Rohan enjoys playing the piano and table tennis.