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Can someone tell me if this AR mini mock 1 is representative of the actual ucat test, and would you say that medify abstract reasoning is harder than the actual test?
Also, I keep getting band 1s in the mini mocks, so are the SJT mini mocks of the same difficulty as the exam.
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(Original post by OsmanM15)
Can someone tell me if this AR mini mock 1 is representative of the actual ucat test, and would you say that medify abstract reasoning is harder than the actual test?
Also, I keep getting band 1s in the mini mocks, so are the SJT mini mocks of the same difficulty as the exam.
I scored about 650-600 in AR in the mini mocks on medify and got 690 in the actual thing - I would say it’s definitely easier in the test. If you want to improve I wrote down every kind of thing to look for ie. symmetry, angles, sides etc.
In SJ I consistently got Band 1 on medify but, if you try the UCAT website mocks (website below) there are 2 new question types for 2019 not on medify that you want to get used to. I scored band 1 in the actual thing due to practicing the new question types and UCAT mocks from the website also. My friend scored band 1 consistently on medify and only got band 3 in the actual thing as she hadn’t looked on the ucat website.
http://questions.ucatofficial.com/pa...1-b01bf65eabb7

I would say the one that is a lot harder than on medify is the Verbal Reasoning, the passages are a lot longer in the real thing - so that’s one to look out for.
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What kind of different questions are they though?
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I scored about 650-600 in AR in the mini mocks on medify and got 690 in the actual thing - I would say it’s definitely easier in the test. If you want to improve I wrote down every kind of thing to look for ie. symmetry, angles, sides etc.
In SJ I consistently got Band 1 on medify but, if you try the UCAT website mocks (website below) there are 2 new question types for 2019 not on medify that you want to get used to. I scored band 1 in the actual thing due to practicing the new question types and UCAT mocks from the website also. My friend scored band 1 consistently on medify and only got band 3 in the actual thing as she hadn’t looked on the ucat website.
http://questions.ucatofficial.com/pa...1-b01bf65eabb7

I would say the one that is a lot harder than on medify is the Verbal Reasoning, the passages are a lot longer in the real thing - so that’s one to look out for.
What do these different questions look like/ how are they different?
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