5 top tips before starting timed UCAT practice

Article from Siddhartha Matcha, a Kaplan UCAT Teacher & 3rd Year Medical School student at the University of Cambridge. The UCAT is considered difficult primarily due to the time constraint; remember, it’s not a content-based exam like many of you will have faced (e.g. A levels). Aptitude tests such as these were designed to assess your ability to work with speed and accuracy. You’d think practising for the UCAT under timed conditions would be greatly beneficial, right? While this is true LATER in your UCAT preparation, it’s probably a good idea to do a few things BEFORE you begin timed practice; 1 – Fully understand the timing of each section of [Read More]