UCAT Workshops. For $97. For every exam section.
Workshops are now available for the 2020 UCAT Exam. UCAT workshops are available for the Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, and Situational Judgement sections of the exam.
Comprehensive UCAT Preparation.
The UCAT Comprehensive Program provides UCAT candidates with complete preparation for the UCAT exam via 5 interactive workshops specifically designed for the UCAT exam along with unlimited expert tutor access.
UCAT High Achiever Program.
The UCAT High Achiever Program is the ultimate undergraduate medicine preparation program. The UCAT High Achiever Program offers complete and personalised preparation for the UCAT and undergraduate admissions interview.
UCAT Preparation with the METC Institute.
Prepare for UCAT with the expert tuition of the METC Institute. The METC Institute UCAT department is overseen by both experts in education and Australian doctors dedicated to helping students achieve their dream of entrance into Medicine.
Students can choose from stand-alone workshops which prepare candidates for a specific section of the UCAT exam, or may choose to enrol in more comprehensive programs to maximise their UCAT score. The UCAT Comprehensive Program and UCAT High Achiever Program are available for students seeking an extra edge in their UCAT Preparation.
All UCAT courses and programs are designed to be completed in conjunction with official UCAT practice resources and all students receive unlimited online support via expert UCAT tutors.
What is UCAT?
The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) ANZ is an admissions test for entry into undergraduate medical, dental, and clinical science degrees in Australian and New Zealand. The test is used by a consortium of universities as a means of standardising access to their programs.
The UCAT ANZ is adapted from the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) which is used in the United Kingdom for the same purposes as UCAT. For 2019, the UCAT replaced the previously used UMAT exam in Australian and New Zealand.
Along with the student's grades from secondary school and performance in the medicine entry interview, UCAT ANZ is used to rank students for entry into undergraduate programs. Students sit the UCAT ANZ in the same year that they apply to university. The test can only be sat once per year.
The UCAT ANZ is a multiple-choice exam. It is is split into the following sections which aim to assess a range of mental abilities:
- Verbal Reasoning: Assesses ability to critically evaluate information that is presented in a written form
- Decision Making: Assesses ability to apply logic to reach a decision or conclusion, evaluate arguments & analyse statistical information
- Quantitative Reasoning: Assesses ability to critically evaluate information presented in a numerical form
- Abstract Reasoning: Assesses the use of convergent and divergent thinking to infer relationships from information
- Situational Judgement: Measures capacity to understand real world situations and to identify critical factors & appropriate behaviour in dealing with them
Though there is no specific curriculum for the UCAT ANZ, the innate skills assessed can be developed and improved via quality practice.
Students sitting the UCAT ANZ are required to complete a number of questions in section according to the following timings:
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