To explain the benefit of the UCAT Self-study prep coach, please take the test below:
Diagnostic Test (Duration: 2 mins)
1: Quickly glance at the problem below and identify the question type.
Were you able to recognise the type of question correctly?
No – The self-study prep coach would be worthwhile. The inability to recognise the type of problem you are solving will hinder your time-management skills. To ensure you complete a subtest on time, you will need to identify the question type before solving it and quickly determine whether you should solve accurately or skip.
Yes – The self-study prep coach may not be worthwhile. However, if you were able to recognise the question type but required in-depth reading, you are probably too slow and will most likely benefit from the self-prep coach as the guide provides tips on how to spot each question type in good time.
We should also note that the Exam Theory chapter looks at other parameters such as stimulus types and reasoning types, which is beneficial for targeted study. Furthermore, we look at a question’s task to help determine a problem’s difficulty before attempting it.
2: Place a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ if any of the below applies.
While we believe everyone should study in a way that works for them, some common mistakes should be avoided that hinder productivity and learning. If you’ve answered ‘Yes’ to any of the above options, we recommend picking up the self-study prep coach. The guide includes a concise and easy to follow preparation guide to avoid the above mistakes.
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Question 1 Solution (Return to Question)
Question-type: Logical Puzzle
You’ll be able to also spot the following parameters once you become comfortable with exam theory:
Subtest: Decision Making
Stimulus type: Textual
Reasoning type: Deductive Reasoning
Task: Solving a logical puzzle with a sequential variable.