UCATSEN is one of four extended versions of the UCAT, designed to support people with special educational needs.
The four extended versions of the UCAT are:
You may be entitled to sit the UCATSEN if you have one or more of the following:
Applications for access arrangements can be made from when registration opens. All requests need to be arranged at least 10 working days before the date of your test – and some will require you to apply for approval before booking your exam.
For other accommodations, such as wheelchair access or changes to font size, you do not need supporting evidence.
If you need to provide evidence to support your application for UCATSEN, you’ll need to get a signed letter on headed paper from your school or college and it needs to outline some very specific information about the accommodations you’re entitled to and the basis of this entitlement. See the details here.
Tips for UCATSEN tend to mirror the advice for the UCAT exam: prepare early, and tailor your approach to each of the five sections.
Check out these UCATSEN-specific tips from Teddy, a medical school applicant who has ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia, who scored 763 in her examination.
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