You’ll have the whole of July to take the UCAT ANZ, so it’s a good idea to sit down and think about if you have any other deadlines or holidays planned during this time.
The exam takes around six weeks of preparation, so we’d recommend booking the test for a time where you know you’ll have this length of time to prep beforehand.
For example, if you have a family holiday booked early July, it may not be a good idea to book your UCAT ANZ the day you get back as you won’t have had much time to prepare! If you have a part-time job, think about how you can fit this around your UCAT ANZ prep, so you can give yourself as much time as possible.
Take a look at our UCAT Question Bank to practise questions. You can start for free to get a sense of how prepared you feel – or how much you need to practice.
Reviewing questions before you book your UCAT ANZ will help you see how confident you feel, and give you a sense of whether it’s better to book for early July or aim for later in the month for maximum revision.
Once you’ve assessed roughly how much you’ll need to practise, and when your other commitments are, you can then book your test date.
Don’t forget to check when it’s possible to book at your local test centre. Some in Australia may not be available all the time.
The best way to practise for the UCAT ANZ is to practise online on a computer, to simulate the real thing.
The more you practise, the more you’ll find the most effective revision strategies for you – whether that’s breaking down your prep into a few hours per day, or dedicating one day to it, with breaks, per week.
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