Coronavirus (COVID-19) And The UCAT ANZ 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting all aspect of life across the world over the last few months. So, you may be wondering how that will impact the preparation and taking of the 2020 UCAT ANZ. Below we will have regular updates on the current situation.

UCAT ANZ statement 

The UCAT ANZ Consortium released their most recent statement on the week commencing the 24thof March. As it stands the test will go ahead as planned for 2020.

But there is difficulty in predicting whether or not the testing centres in Australia, New Zealand and internationally will be open as normal. Therefore, it is possible that the timeline for testing will be shifted from those that are normally used. 

Registration and booking are open as normal, and candidates are encouraged to proceed under the normal timeline. The booking timeline is displayed below.

Any decision that is made, will be made in consultation with the UCAT ANZ Consortium of medical and dental school. And this decision will be to all candidates. So, it shall not impact your application for entry to University in 2021. The full statement can be found on their website: https://www.ucat.edu.au/ucat-anz/registration-booking/covid-19/

UCAT ANZ COVID 19
UCAT ANZ Timeline

This page will be updated as soon as there is any new information on the situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Test Preparation 

Despite the ever-changing current situation, you can still continue to prepare for your test as normal. If you require any advice on this check out our preparation guide, that will help you through the process.

There are additional resources available on the UCAT ANZ website linked above. Preparation for this test takes time, so even if the test is pushed back, anything that you achieve during this time will be beneficial.

Most importantly though these times is looking after both your physical and mental wellbeing. Ensuring to follow up to date government guidelines on how best to act during the current COVID-19 pandemic. So as to ensure the health and wellbeing of you and those around you.  

If you have any further questions on how COVID-19 may impact the UCAT ANZ 2020 please leave a comment below and we will get back to you.

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