With exams out of the way many of you will be shifting your focus to the UKCAT. The UKCAT is tricky, there’s no doubt about that and unless you’ve done it before (which the large majority of you wouldn’t have) it’s difficult to know how exactly you should prepare. I’ve put together a bundle of 3 posts which will give you a good head start and send you well on your way to getting the UKCAT score you need.
Firstly, it’s important to make sure you’re well-informed about the test. The UKCAT is not your standard pen and paper test, so you need to make sure you read up about it so you’re not in for a shock come test day. Many students ask about how it’s scored and what scores universities require. I’ve put together a list of the most common UKCAT queries and answered them over here!
Hindsight is a wonderful thing and like I said before, the UKCAT is especially difficult if you haven’t done it before as you feel completely stranded with this utterly foreign test format and structure. Luckily I can draw on my own experiences and help you all out! Head over here to read the 5 things you need to know about the UKCAT before beginning your preparation.
Now that you’re as well informed as you’ll ever be it’s time to delve right in and get on with the preparation. Click here to find out 3 ways you can kickstart your UKCAT preparation.