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Is anyone preparing for ukcat for 2019 entry ?
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It's too early. Relax
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Chill man u just started ur a levels 😂😂
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oh my days i started 1 week before my real thing
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concentrate on exams, i only started a week before
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The fact is that I'm an international italian Eu student or whatever and I don't do A-level, my school gave me the opportunity to attend just few IGCSE exams and one A level in english language and literature... just hoping my ukcat goes well
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(Original post by Ric__1986)
Is anyone preparing for ukcat for 2019 entry ?
It's too early for this, don't prepare until 3 or so moths before ( I'm not an expert,so moving this to the Medicine forum).
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Most people start revising about a month in advance. Chill.
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LOL. Don't bother preparing now. Waste of time.
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I want to know the best time to give UKCAT for a 2019 entry. I am in Grade 11 IB now.
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I want to know the best time to give UKCAT for a 2019 entry. I am in Grade 11 IB now.
I think the best time would be next year June. I'm too in ib 11.
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They say on theUKCAt website to prepare for 3 to 4 weeks before the exam. Their not just throwing around a random number. At the end of the exam they ask you how much preparation you do and then compare peoples scores. If they say 3 to 4 weeks its because most top scorers had prepared for that amount of time and there was little to no meaningful variation in the scores of people who spent longer preparing.
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I think the best time would be next year June. I'm too in ib 11.
Oh wow !! What are your subjects and where are u studying?
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(Original post by Ric__1986)
Is anyone preparing for ukcat for 2019 entry ?
dont listen to anyone who is saying chill ect , because it is better to do a little practice every week rather than all of it 1 week before
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dont listen to anyone who is saying chill ect , because it is better to do a little practice every week rather than all of it 1 week before
You are aware that there are a limited number of resources right? Doesn't have to be a week beforehand but it's still far too early. It's the UKCAT, not the GAMSAT

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nothing wrong with looking into the exam structure and figuring out an attack plan when the exam period comes around. I wouldn't recommend deep diving right now but taking a few minutes a week figuring what score u need and how unis assess the exam. check out my blog for guidance on this. best of luck mate
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(Original post by Ric__1986)
Is anyone preparing for ukcat for 2019 entry ?
Too early. I started two weeks before my exam
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You are aware that there are a limited number of resources right? Doesn't have to be a week beforehand but it's still far too early. It's the UKCAT, not the GAMSAT

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people dont really look beyond the two main textbooks and past papers do they? you do know international aptitude tests are very similar like UKCAT ect... and like doing 1hr per week won't really hurt in fact it will be beneficial
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people dont really look beyond the two main textbooks and past papers do they? you do know international aptitude tests are very similar like UKCAT ect... and like doing 1hr per week won't really hurt in fact it will be beneficial
You do this and get back to us when results are published.

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You do this and get back to us when results are published.

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um we will see
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