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    I am an EU student and I want to score the best I can. I'm taking the UKCAT on 5th October so I think I still have enough time. Last year I scored 680 which I think is quite good considering I only studied 2 days (but I didn't do anything else so it was like 30 hours of studying). My problem is that althoug I consider my English to be quite good I guess I'm still a little bit slower at reading than a native speaker and there will be some words that I won't understand.

    How should I prepare? Is the 1000 Questions book enough? I was thinking about Medify but that's too expensive.
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    Oh man my UKCAT is tomorrow and my VR is so bad...

    I hate the VR section >.<

    Above 750 for an individual section, or for the whole thing?*

    I had 850 for VR with an average of 750 across all components, and I seem to recall averages of 760-780 cropping up in my cohort so yes, it's definitely possible.

    Hi I did my ukcat yesterday and got over 750 so it is possible !
    I revised using 1000q book , kaplan book and medify .
    I would highly recommend medify as being n the computer it gave me the most realistic practice experience. I found the questions in 1000q to be much more complex than those in the actual exam
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