The UCAT has replaced the UMAT in deciding your chance of getting into medical school. It is an entirely different exam. You will face different questions and a very different test approach.
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UMAT was a pen-and-paper test, but UCAT is a computer based test. You’re looking up, not down. You're using a mouse, not a pencil.
It’s not all computer-based though. You will have a laminated whiteboard to doodle maths sums and diagrams. You do get an on-screen calculator, but sometimes it helps to jot things down.
No waiting for UMAT results several months from when you sat it. Get your UCAT results the moment you finish the test and exit the testing cubicle.
Each year a trial group take the test before anyone else, and their results set the test's difficulty for that year. Your raw marks are converted to UCAT scores by comparing them with statistics about this trial group. That’s how the administrators provide your results as soon as you finish.
In the UMAT, you had a day of testing, but only on one day in late July or early August.
For the UCAT, you can choose any day in July that suits you. Whether you're a morning or afternoon person, book a two-hour slot as soon as possible.
If you feel under-prepared, then you rearrange the date for later. But be careful, available slots at your local test centre can fill up, and you might have to travel a long way or miss out altogether if you leave it late.
Practice prepares you for the worst outcome, so you can achieve under stress. It seeks to help reduce test anxiety in a test that many take very seriously.
10,000 questions might seem like a lot, but we cover practically every question type, so you feel as confident as one can be.
Practise efficiently by using performance metrics highlighting your strengths/weaknesses down to a sub-topic level. We have data from 10 years’ worth of students to generate predictive models for exam performance. Compare yourself to your UCAT peers or get a prediction on your final overall score.
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