The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) examination was introduced as a means of assessing cognitive capabilities of medical school applicants. Given that the majority of medical schools ask students to sit the exams, the UKCAT now serves as the one of the key factors that determine whether you will obtain a medical school place.
Doing well in this exam could therefore make the difference in getting a place or missing out altogether. Medicas is one of the only providers of exclusive UKCAT practice questions, which you will receive as part of the Medicas programme.
Our questions cover all the main aspects of the UKCAT exam, including:
- Verbal reasoning
- Quantitative reasoning
- Abstract reasoning
- Decision analysis
All Medicas practice UKCAT questions have been designed by leaders in the field of aptitude testing and are of same standard students will find in the exam.
So, be assured that by signing up to the Medicas programme you are receiving the best form of preparation for your medical school application.