2021 UCAT Course Timetable
What Does The UCAT Course Cover?
Our UCAT Courses will cover everything you need to score higher in one day. Our doctor-led academic team ensures courses are 100% up to date, so our timetable might be adapted to account for changes to the exam.
|10:00||Introduction to UCAT. Get familiar with the test.|
|10:30||Verbal Reasoning. Learn how to spot key words, identify common tricks, and tackle things like juxtaposition, dispersion through text and mitigating or contradictory terms. Put this into practise with some example VR questions.|
|11:45||Break. Time to recharge the batteries.|
|12:00||Decision Making. Discover how to spot assumptions and strong or weak arguments, identify syllogisms and draw conclusions from them, tackle venn diagrams, take on single parameter and multi-parameter puzzles and spot the maths behind the questions. Test your understanding with example DM questions.|
|13:00||Abstract Reasoning. Master our four-step process and how to identify the shape, look at the simplest box, spot the pattern, and match to a test shape. Make sure you've understood by practising AR questions.|
|15:15||Quantitative Reasoning. Grasp the level of maths needed and how to use the UCAT calculator. Learn the common pitfalls, how to avoid them, and when to flag a question and move on. Use practice QR questions to cement your knowledge.|
|16:15||Situational Judgement. Understand what’s being tested, what attributes are being looked for, and what that means in relation to example situations. Work through SJT questions to strengthen your learning.|
|17:00||Questions & Close. Ask the experts.|
|17:05||End. You're ready to score higher!|
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