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How to do well in the UKCAT- Dos and Don'ts

Doing well in the UKCAT is often the biggest factor in a medical school's decision to give you...
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    Hello! Nice to meet you. My name is Jessica. I have just completed my final medical school examinations at University College London and I am due to start work as a junior doctor in August. I have been tutoring part-time since 2012.
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  • How to do well in the UKCAT- Dos and Don'ts

    Jessica Whitehead UKCAT Tutor (East Central London) Picture Doing well in the UKCAT is often the biggest factor in a medical school's decision to give you an offer or an interview, therefore it's important to take it seriously. However, there is no step-by-step formula that will guarantee success. Success is a mixture of luck, natural aptitude and hard...
  • Recommendations for application to medical school

    UKCAT Tutor (North London) Picture Medicine is a popular degree choice for many in the UK, making competition for places tough. However, there are many interests, hobbies, experiences and reflections that can make your application stand out. I have given such advice to many students over the years, who have subsequently gained...

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  • UK Clinical Aptitude Test

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  • UniAdmissions

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  • Newcastle University Medical School

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  • Hull York Medical School

    have been required to sit the UKCAT admissions test. Information about the test and preparation can be found at UKCAT. The course has had, in the past
  • TI-108

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  • Medical school in the United Kingdom

    additional entrance tests such as the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) (required by 26 universities) and the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)
  • BioMedical Admissions Test

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  • Southampton Medical School

    maths/further maths) may not be offered in combination at A level. The UKCAT is also considered. The following shows the minimum score attained for those
  • Lancaster Medical School

    starting in September 2016. LMS do not use the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT). "BBC News - Lancaster University celebrates first medical graduates"