A RACE AGAINST TIME
At first glance, the UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) seems rather straightforward – a reading comprehension section here, a math section there, and an abstract reasoning section where you just have to look at shapes and patterns. Sounds easy enough, right? But speak to any successful UCAT test-taker, and they will likely tell you that approaching the UCAT like any other test will only leave you languishing at the halfway point of the race while everyone else is at the finish line.
“There’s simply not enough time,” we often hear students cry. “How is it possible to complete all these questions?”
The truth is, the UCAT is more of a test of strategy and skill, rather than a test of knowledge. When students complain that the UCAT is difficult, it is because they are approaching the test with the wrong mindset, like trying to cut steak with a butter knife. In order to do well in the UCAT, you need to be equipped with the right strategy for the battle ahead.
We created our strategy-based UCAT course to help students tackle the UCAT efficiently and effectively.