All UCAT Courses are now also available as live, fully-interactive webinars. So you can get the same 5-star-rated UCAT strategies, delivered straight into your home. Stay safe and stay informed with The Medic Portal.
“We were hugely impressed with the UCAT training provided by you for our medical applicants. The scores the students went on to achieve were undoubtedly improved as a result.” – Cheltenham Ladies College
(If you’re a teacher interested in booking a webinar or course at your school, please fill in an enquiry form).
“I went from finding it utterly impossible to scoring in the top 10%!”
We hear this kind of feedback a lot! Because our course gets results. Every teacher on a recent survey said The Medic Portal boosted their students’ UCAT scores.
In our last study, 60 unfiltered course attendees shared their scores with us. These showed an overall average of 2,737 – well above that year’s average of 2,485.
Respondents outperformed the national average in every section!
You’ll get the same section-by-section strategies via our live webinars that you would have received in a classroom setting.
“My UCAT score SKYROCKETED from 580 Band 2 to my actual exam score of 730 Band 1. You guys are amazing!” – Tom
Why Do Attendees Think Ours is The Best UCAT Course?
Delivered in-person or virtually, we believe that our course leads to higher UCAT scores.
We believe that our course leads to higher UCAT scores. Based on feedback, it looks like others agree! Here are a few things that people have said…
“I have been very pleased with your input. Our pupils gave positive feedback on the course and were able to approach their exams with significantly higher levels of confidence.” – Winchester College
“We use the team for UCAT, BMAT and Medical Interview training and their knowledge and professional expertise are invaluable for the boys.” – Merchant Taylors’ School
“We have run two UCAT training days using The Medic Portal. The students have benefitted hugely and left with a deeper insight into how the exams are run and strategies to implement” – City of London Freemen’s School