UKCAT course

The United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is required by most medical schools in the UK, be it for undergraduate or post-graduate admission. In our experience, the right practice and preparation can make a big difference to your test score.

Our intensive one-day UKCAT course includes tuition on each of the five components of the test: verbal reasoning, quantitative analysis, abstract reasoning, decision analysis, and situational judgement. For each component, you are taught various methods and techniques (and tips and tricks) for arriving at the correct answers. You are then given a large number of mock questions on which to practice what you have learnt, with the tutors constantly at hand to iron out any remaining weaknesses.

Just remember to bring a calculator!

Dates for the UKCAT course in 2015 are 5 July, 26 July, and 16 August.

If you cannot meet any of those dates, it may be possible to organise targeted one-to-one coaching.

All our courses are taught by highly experienced, medically qualified tutors.

UKCAT course programme

09:45 – Arrivals and registration
10:00 – Introduction to the UKCAT and general strategies
10:30 – The verbal reasoning subtest
11:30 – The quantitative reasoning subtest
13:00 – Seated hot lunch
14:00 – The abstract reasoning subtest
15:00 – Tea and coffee
15:15 – The decision analysis subtest
16:15 – The situational judgement subtest
17:00 – End