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    Hi Guys,

    Basically I have my UKCAT test in 4 Days, and I have done NO revision whatsover and its the most important test of my life. I have to reschedule it to later date but I can't because there are NO test slots available!!!

    HELPP!!!!
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    Hi Guys,

    Basically I have my UKCAT test in 4 Days, and I have done NO revision whatsover and its the most important test of my life. I have to reschedule it to later date but I can't because there are NO test slots available!!!

    HELPP!!!!
    why haven't you revised?
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    But whatever you do, good luck.
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    take the mock test on the Kaplan website and see how you do so you know which section to focus on! I found verbal reasoning the trickest
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    Hi Guys,

    Basically I have my UKCAT test in 4 Days, and I have done NO revision whatsover and its the most important test of my life. I have to reschedule it to later date but I can't because there are NO test slots available!!!

    HELPP!!!!
    hi, calm down.

    there is a girl on here, this year, that revised in three days and got above 640.
    you just need to buckle down and revise. my exams in a few days too, we can keep eachother motivated
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    I agree, I MUST do non-stop revision till the day of exam.

    I have joined medify and have completed 100 questions! so it's going well. BTW just writing this post as I have a 5min break.

    Any more tips please??!! I really need it.
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    I agree, I MUST do non-stop revision till the day of exam.

    I have joined medify and have completed 100 questions! so it's going well. BTW just writing this post as I have a 5min break.

    Any more tips please??!! I really need it.
    not non-stop revision... youll go mad.
    work for 50 mins, then take a half an hour break, then 50 mins etc.

    have you completed any full mocks? this will give you info about your weakest and strongest suits.

    can i ask is there a reason youve left it late? or just procrastination?
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    (Original post by eemooz)
    not non-stop revision... youll go mad.
    work for 50 mins, then take a half an hour break, then 50 mins etc.

    have you completed any full mocks? this will give you info about your weakest and strongest suits.

    can i ask is there a reason youve left it late? or just procrastination?
    Thanks, I haven't done one a full mock. When you did your first one, did you do it for the whole 2 hours? Or u took breaks in between the sections?

    Procrastination and reason is a lot of other work.
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    It's karma. Nobody wants a doctor who doesn't take things seriously.

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    (Original post by f.loco)
    Thanks, I haven't done one a full mock. When you did your first one, did you do it for the whole 2 hours? Or u took breaks in between the sections?

    Procrastination and reason is a lot of other work.
    do it for two hours, no breaks. it will help you adapt to the way the ukcat works, and plus in the real exam you wont be able to take a break.
    i did my first full mock about a week ago? not sure exactly.

    are you a reapplicant? grad entry? or straight from alevels?
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    (Original post by eemooz)
    do it for two hours, no breaks. it will help you adapt to the way the ukcat works, and plus in the real exam you wont be able to take a break.
    i did my first full mock about a week ago? not sure exactly.

    are you a reapplicant? grad entry? or straight from alevels?
    hey, thanks. 2 hours straight on!! wow gonna be tough, but I shall do one today.

    Can you tell me how you find it, and when ur test is?

    Going straight from alevels
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    Just cram. Like all day.
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    (Original post by TeachChemistry)
    It's karma. Nobody wants a doctor who doesn't take things seriously.
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    this has hit me, I shall do so much practise to actually prove u wrong!
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    hey, thanks. 2 hours straight on!! wow gonna be tough, but I shall do one today.

    Can you tell me how you find it, and when ur test is?

    Going straight from alevels
    yeah it will be tough, but its gonna be worth it cause you need to prepare. ive just realised ive only done one mock fully, without taking breaks lol.
    my exams on the 16th, wbu?
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    this has hit me, I shall do so much practise to actually prove u wrong!
    My work here is done.
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    (Original post by eemooz)
    yeah it will be tough, but its gonna be worth it cause you need to prepare. ive just realised ive only done one mock fully, without taking breaks lol.
    my exams on the 16th, wbu?
    17th!! I said 4days cuz my exam is starting in the morning so I can't do no revision on that day ofc.
 
 
 
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