UKCAT: Medify, worth subscribing or nah? Watch

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Hi all,
I have just booked my UKCAT exam and wanted to ask whether you guys think that purchasing a subscription for Medify is worth the money. Also, since there's only approximately 4000 questions, provided I do purchase a subscription, what is the best length of time to purchase the subscription for? I was thinking two weeks to get through 4000Qs is sufficient. However, is it? Thanks in advance
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(Original post by Wolfram Alpha)
Hi all,
I have just booked my UKCAT exam and wanted to ask whether you guys think that purchasing a subscription for Medify is worth the money. Also, since there's only approximately 4000 questions, provided I do purchase a subscription, what is the best length of time to purchase the subscription for? I was thinking two weeks to get through 4000Qs is sufficient. However, is it? Thanks in advance
Hi there!

Medify is decent but The Medic Portal has launched a brand new, 100% free UKCAT question bank which is really quick, has detailed performance and tracking and thousands of questions. Plus the official UKCAT site has way more questions this year.

A good idea might be to work through the thousands of questions on these resources first - after these, you might not need more!

Hope this helps!
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Hi there!

Medify is decent but The Medic Portal has launched a brand new, 100% free UKCAT question bank which is really quick, has detailed performance and tracking and thousands of questions. Plus the official UKCAT site has way more questions this year.

A good idea might be to work through the thousands of questions on these resources first - after these, you might not need more!

Hope this helps!
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Thank you for your response
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Guys can someone answer the questions I've posed in my first post please???
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Yes I used it as well as the other resources. I liked medify because you can just select however many questions you want to do and just do them. Its also easy to track what questions you've done and ensure you're doing them to time.
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Yes I used it as well as the other resources. I liked medify because you can just select however many questions you want to do and just do them. Its also easy to track what questions you've done and ensure you're doing them to time.
Thank you, I appreciate your response!
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