Hi. I have just started Year 12 (Sep. 2016) and studying Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Maths at A-Level. I would like to study Medicine at university, and already have a few ideas about where I might like to apply. I am aware that many universities look quite a lot upon the UKCAT score to determine who will receive an interview. I am fairly confident about my A-Levels, and achieved 10 A*s at GCSE, so the factor of my application I am most worried about is my UKCAT score. Would anyone have any advice about the test in general? How did you prepare? I know many people say 'Practice, practice, practice...' but are there any other tips anyone could give me about strategies to ensure that a low UKCAT score does not prevent me from achieving my dreams?
Thanks in advance!
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