UCAT prep course in dubai

What is UCAT ?

University Clinical Aptitude test also known as UCAT is an important standardized test that is used by a consortium of universities to select students into high-demand medicine, dentistry, and other health science courses. University admission officials verify final high school exam scores and conduct interviews along with UCAT scores during the admission process.

Since a student can only sit for one UCAT test per application cycle, they must be well prepared for the test.

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How does the UCAT work?

The test consists of five sections and all sections contain multiple-choice format questions.

Colleges that require UCAT

There are many med schools in UK, Australia, and Zealand that require students to take the UCAT admission test.

Duration of the test

The UCAT test takes two hours to complete. Candidates can not take breaks when completing any section and are entitled to extra time if they have a disability or a documented medical condition.

UCAT Test format

The table below summarizes the UCAT test format.

Section Time Limit Number of Questions Summary
Verbal reasoning 22 minutes 44 questions This section analyses the test-taker’s critical reasoning skills. The test taker must read and think about the content present in the passage/s and determine a specific conclusion that can be drawn with only the information presented.
Quantitative reasoning 25 minutes 36 questions This section assesses their ability to solve problems using their familiarity with mathematical topics such as ratios, percentages, simple algebra, averages, fractions, decimals, etc. A basic calculator is provided for use in this section
Decision making 32 minutes 29 questions This section focuses on testing the ability to logically reach a decision or conclusion by evaluating arguments and statistical data. There are different types of questions including but not limited to Venn diagrams, syllogisms, and logical puzzles
Abstract reasoning 14 minutes 55 questions This section assesses the ability to identify a wide array of patterns that are placed amongst irrelevant material. This section contains four different types of questions.
Situational judgment 27 minutes 69 questions The section of the test measures the test takers’ capacity to identify critical factors and behaviors needed in real-world situations. It also assesses resilience, integrity, and adaptability.

Free UCAT Diagnostic Test

View the free UCAT test to understand the format of the exam. You can also drop into the institute to take a free UCAT diagnostic test. You can review the results with UCAT professional tutors to understand how and what you need to do to improve your score. 

(The UCAT paper is assessed on a marking scheme. UCAT tutors are trained to analyze core areas of practice that will not help them ace the test but score better in the college entrance test.)

1. We start with a UCAT diagnostic test to realize your strengths and note points of improvement
2. Brush up on mental maths, and math topics covered in year 8- year 10 (GCSE/MYP Level).
3. Teach students how to improve their speed reading skills.
4. Practice 5-10 full-length UCAT tests in test simulated environment.
5. Improve on efficiency and then tackle at improving the speed of answering questions
6. We will provide students with a wide array of resources to practice concepts, so no material needs to be brought by them.

Students who have already taken the UCAT test but not got a great score can prepare better by taking our UCAT Repeater Course where we seek to improve the student’s skills within a period of three months.

Improving the UCAT score can increase your chances in securing a seat in your dream college/course or help you secure a scholarship. Since a student can only sit for one UCAT test per application cycle, we recommend in preparing for the test a year before they start applying to colleges