Applying for 2019 entry? It’s essential you know your dates – find out the key dates for UCAT, BMAT, open days and UCAS in this blog below. You can download our 2019 Entry Key Dates poster from here.
Most medical schools in the UK require the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT). The exam has five sections: Verbal Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Situational Judgement and Decision Making.
You can read more about booking the test and preparation tips on our UCAT Guide>>
Looking for UCAT resources? You can access free UCAT questions on our UCAT Question Bank>>Book our UCAT Course
Medical school open days are the best way to figure out if a particular med school is for you. You can find out more about different courses on our Choosing a Medical School section.
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Which medical school course would you most suit? Take the quiz!>>
A handful of medical schools require the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT). You can sit this in September or October. You can read more about each section of the BMAT, plus preparation tips, on our BMAT Guide>>
Read more about deciding between BMAT September and BMAT October here>>Book our 2018 BMAT Course
Don’t forget that the UCAS deadline for medicine is earlier than other courses, so make sure you get your application in on time!
Want a step-by-step guide to studying medicine? See our 9 steps to studying medicine here>>
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