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My exam is on the 2nd Oct and up until now I haven’t done anything for the UCAT. Do I still have time to revise and get a decent mark?
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My exam is on the 2nd Oct and up until now I haven’t done anything for the UCAT. Do I still have time to revise and get a decent mark?
Post to https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5794376 and read the posts there.

You have asked such a rhetorical question:
(1) if people say no - would you cancel and apply next year? No. So you'd start revising now.
(2) if people say yes - you'd starting revising now right? Yes.

Either way - your best bet is to start revising and preparing now. There is no point asking if there's enough time - whether the answer is yes or no; you'd have to start revising. So the first step is to read the UCAT megathread and see how other people are doing.
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How many hours a day and for how many days did you spend revising?
What score did you get?
Thanks :-)
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How many hours a day and for how many days did you spend revising?
What score did you get?
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I revised for around 2 weeks, perhaps 3 ish hours a day and achieved an average score of 767. This was in the 2017 year of admissions.

You just need to work consistently, but start earlier (I.e 3 weeks prior to test date) rather than later in case 2 weeks doesn’t turn out to be enough.
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I did a couple of hours 4 days a week for about 2 weeks or something.
I got:
Verbal reasoning - 500
Decision making - 620
Quantitative reasoning - 670
Abstract reasoning - 760
(Overall : 2550, average 637.5)
Situational judgement - band 2
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My UCAT is in 3 weeks and I’m wondering how many hours I should be spending daily on it at this point.
Does anyone have any tips on how to get a high score/any last min advice?
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The first time I did UCAT, I did a couples of hours a day for two weeks and got ~740.
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(Original post by Bbbbyx)
My UCAT is in 3 weeks and I’m wondering how many hours I should be spending daily on it at this point.
Does anyone have any tips on how to get a high score/any last min advice?
Post in the UCAT thread
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5794376
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