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Course SummaryUse this engaging test prep course to help you prepare for the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT). Our short video lessons and self-assessment quizzes can help build your confidence ahead of the exam so you can do your best on test day.
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About This Course
The chapters in this course cover all the topics you'd expect to be tested on when you take the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT). Working as a comprehensive study guide, this course is accessible on any mobile device, tablet or computer at any time so you can study at your convenience. Use the entire course as a test preparation tool, or focus solely on the video lessons that correspond to the subjects that need to be strengthened. Once you have completed the chapters, you will understand how to:
- Evaluate texts critically
- Understand the process of logical thinking
- Use tools for risk assessment and problem solving
- Analyze statistical and graphical data
- Employ quantitative problem-solving skills
- Describe abstract reasoning skills and situational judgment skills
About the Exam
The UKCAT is a test used by medical and dental schools to assess several innate mental abilities deemed significant by these organizations. The test is multiple choice and is broken down into several individually timed sections including verbal reasoning (44 questions), quantitative reasoning (36 questions), decision making (29 questions), statistical judgment (69 questions) and abstract reasoning (55 questions). The full test takes 120 minutes to complete. The test is offered twice a year, once in the summer and once in the fall, and taking the test twice in the same year is considered unprofessional behavior.
UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) Preparation & Registration
Once you have read through this course, you should understand the types of questions that you will be tested on when you take the UKCAT. On exam day, expect to see questions that will test your ability to apply logical thinking, quantitative problem-solving and abstract reasoning skills as well as statistical and graphical data analysis and critical evaluation. By taking our self-assessment quizzes, you can identify any areas that need more work. Watch the video lessons or make copies of the printable transcripts to work on these subjects at your convenience.
In order to take the UKCAT, you must register for the exam and select your preferred testing center from a list of worldwide locations. Fees may differ between the two sessions based on the test center location and the resources available at the time of the exam. Payment for the test is made online after registration. You must bring your photo identification with you to the test center, and it's recommended that you arrive 15 minutes early.
UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is a registered trademark of the UKCAT Consortium, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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