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What is the UCAT (UKCAT)

The UCAT is one of the very conmen entry exams to UK medical and dental schools. The UCAT course assesses characteristics in applicants, which will make them into good healthcare professionals.

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Why the change in name From UKCAT to UCAT

The change in name from UKCAT to UCAT is due to an increase global representation of the UCAT as a more internationally recognized admission test for medical school. The change took place in 2019; since the new name UCAT has been implement, various location such as Australia and New Zealand now use the test for medical school admission vetting. The name adopted is UCAT ANZ.

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Names of Universities/ medical schools that uses the UCAT for admission vetting.

Aberdeen, Anglia Ruskin, Aston, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dundee, East Anglia, Edge Hill, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Hull York Medical School, Keele, Kent & Medway Medical School, King's College London, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Plymouth, Queen Mary- University of London, Queen’s University Belfast, Sheffield, Southampton, Sunderland, St. Andrew’s, St. George’s London and Warwick (graduate entry).

UCAT MATERIAL BREAK DOWN

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What is tested on the UCAT?

The UCAT, test consist of 4 parts The verbal reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Situational Judgement.

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THE UCAT DETAILED BREAK DOWN

Section: Verbal Reasoning Questions 44 Timing 22 minutes. Scoring 300-900

Section: Decision Making Questions 29 Timing 32 minutes. Scoring 300-900

Section: Quantitative Reasoning Questions 36 Timing 25 minutes. Scoring 300-900

Section: Abstract Reasoning Questions 55 Timing 14 minutes. Scoring 300-900

Section: Situational Judgement Questions 69 Timing 27 minutes. Scoring Band 1- 4