If you are applying to study medicine or dentistry at a UK university, then the chances are that you will need to sit the UKCAT exam. The exam content is not overly challenging, but it is vital that candidates have a firm grasp on the questioning style and exam set-up in order to efficiently answer questions to the best of your ability.
Indeed, regardless of the rest of your qualities as a future doctors, those attaining a UKCAT score of less than 600 typically are not even considered for an interview at medical school.
For the first time this year, Oxbridge Medica are offering an UKCAT residential course for students who are to undertake the UKCAT exam. The courses will include:
- Exam technique walkthroughs
- A vast bank of practice questions
- Tips and tricks to increase your chances of attaining a high score
- Advice from tutors who have experience in the UKCAT exams
- Q & A session and feedback to finish the day
The course will last for a full day, and will include refreshments. You will receive a delegate pack with practice questions for your own use.
Special offer! - Book onto our residential course, and get FREE access to our online bank of UKCAT questions.
To book onto our excting course, please use the link to the right of this page.
London - Birkbeck University* - 29th June 2013 (Map)
*Provisional venue, please see our Terms & Conditions for more information.
09:30 - Registration
10:00 - Introduction to the UKCAT exam
10:30 - Verbal reasoning and practice questions
11:30 - Quantitative reasoning and practice questions
12:30 - Lunch
13:15 - Abstract reasoning and practice questions
14:15 - Decisions analysis and practice questions
15:15 - Situational judgement and practice questions
16:15 - Mock exam feedback and answers, Q & A and round up
16:30 - Day ends
Dr Iskander Chaudhry
Dr Chaudhry is a practising consultant at the Manchester Royal Infirmary.
Speaking at the course will be:
Mr Matt Butler
Matt is a medical student at Manchester University. He received 4 offers to study at medical school after acheiving a high UKCAT score. He has authored the renowned 'Applying to Medical School: The Essential Handbook'.
Mr Muaaz Tahir