Did you know that Medify’s UCAT ANZ Online Course features a timed practice mode? In this blog, we show you how to use the timed practice mode to improve your UCAT ANZ scores.
Medify’s UCAT ANZ timed practice mode allows you to choose how many questions you want to practise and to answer them within UCAT ANZ based time-limits, just as you would in a section of the actual UCAT ANZ test.
You can select a group of 10, 20, 30 or 40 questions, and choose one of the five UCAT ANZ sections to practise. The timed practice mode will keep on dispensing new questions that you’ve not attempted before. Once you’ve gone through all the questions, it will go back to the beginning and distribute random questions that you would’ve seen before.
1. Go to our UCAT ANZ course website and click the “Log in” button on the top right. If you have not signed up for our UCAT ANZ course, click “Buy Now” on the top right and complete the purchase to access our UCAT ANZ course that features over 10,000+ questions, 8 full mock exams, 18 mini-mock exams, comprehensive tutorials and performance feedback.
2. Once you’ve landed on the UCAT ANZ 2020 Online Course webpage, click “Start Practising”.
3. Click the “Timed Practice” tab.
4. Choose the number of questions you would like to answer, and which section you would like to practise for. The time limit will be changed depending on the number of questions you choose.
5. Start your practice session and repeat as many times as you want.
6. Once you’ve finished a timed practice session, you will be able to review your performance. You can see how many questions you’ve answered correctly (and incorrectly) and how long each question took. You will be able to click on the incorrect questions to review them. Explanations are provided for answers to all questions.
You can also review your incorrect questions at a later time or date by clicking on the “Performance” tab and clicking individual sections and topics. This tab also gives you an overview of your performance on different sections and topics.
The UCAT ANZ only allows you to spend between 14 to 64 seconds per question on average, depending on the section. During the early stages of your UCAT ANZ preparation, untimed practice sessions may be useful for familiarizing yourself with the different types of questions and solving the questions correctly. However, as you become more prepared and the UCAT ANZ test date approaches, you should start using the timed practice mode to get the most out of the UCAT ANZ preparation course.
The timed practice mode gives you a true reflection of your performance and allows you to identify your weaknesses more accurately. With untimed practice, you may look at the results of your practice sessions and be satisfied that you’ve answered a certain proportion of questions correctly. However, with timed practice, you quickly realize that it is just as important to solve your questions quickly, as well as correctly. To put things into the perspective, it is much better to answer all questions and get 70% of them correct, rather than to answer half of the questions and get 100% of them correct.
Under timed conditions, you are able to simulate the condition of the actual UCAT ANZ test and this trains you mentally to handle such pressures. Given that the number of mock exams and mini-mocks are limited, you should make a good use of the timed practice mode. Furthermore, timed practice sessions prompt you to apply educated guessing when needed, which you may be more reluctant to do under untimed conditions.
If you’re still to start your UCAT ANZ revision and fancy improving your chances of gaining a great score check out our UCAT ANZ 2020 Online Course.
We have a bank of over 10,000 questions, a decision-making section, and 8 full mock exams and 18 mini-mock exams; we even give you performance feedback too.
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