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Is getting high score in UkCAT acheiveable ? If yes then how so?
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Is getting high score in UkCAT acheiveable ? If yes then how so?
Hello there,

Getting a high score in UKCAT is certainly achievable. The first step towards it is to stop thinking about the score and concentrate on the process. Attempt to understand the style of UKCAT questioning first, without timing yourself. Then move onto solely online resources to time yourself and practicing more realistically.

Provide yourself with plenty of time before the test.

Anyone reading this post please feel free to contact me on TSR if your require help with UKCAT or any medical school related question.

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Is getting high score in UkCAT acheiveable ? If yes then how so?
Hi there!

It absolutely is - with lots of practice! We'd recommend that the UKCAT takes around 6 weeks to prepare for - four weeks of regular revision then two weeks of more intense revision and practice questions, which you can find on our 100% free UKCAT Question Bank.

You might also find it useful to read up on the strategies for each of the sections on our UKCAT Guide.

We've also got a recent blog series of tips and tricks for the UKCAT:
- 5 Tricks to Succeed in the UKCAT
- UKCAT Verbal Reasoning Tips
- UKCAT Abstract Reasoning Tips
- UKCAT Quantitative Reasoning Tips
- UKCAT Situational Judgement Tips
- UKCAT Decision Making Tips

Hope this helps!
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Hello I would love to ask you a couple of questions..
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What are the best methods and references to study from ? QUOTE=medopedia2017;72544888]Hello there,

Getting a high score in UKCAT is certainly achievable. The first step towards it is to stop thinking about the score and concentrate on the process. Attempt to understand the style of UKCAT questioning first, without timing yourself. Then move onto solely online resources to time yourself and practicing more realistically.

Provide yourself with plenty of time before the test.

Anyone reading this post please feel free to contact me on TSR if your require help with UKCAT or any medical school related question.

Best Wishes,
Medopedia[/QUOTE]
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