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Verbal Reasoning is officially the hardest UCAT section as I'm sure you would have found from our UCAT Practice Tests - in 2019, the average UK score was 565. In our in-depth lessons, we will teach you the optimal approach for each UCAT question type, whether its a long scientific passage or a tricky statement UCAT question.
Lesson 1 Introduction to VR
Lesson 2 True, False, Can’t Tell
Lesson 3 Using Inferences
Lesson 4 Extreme Language
Lesson 5 Keyword Approach
Lesson 6 Passage Adjustments
Lesson 7 Writer Questions
Lesson 8 Type 1 Statements
Lesson 9 Type 2 Statements
Lesson 10 Factual Passages
Lesson 11 Timing Strategies
Lesson 12 Reverse Questions
Lesson 13 Timing Contingencies
Lesson 14 Causation vs. Correlation
Lesson 15 VR Test Day
Lesson 16 Tips from the Experts
Lesson 17 Summary and Overview
Introduction to VR
To begin with, we give you a short overview of Verbal Reasoning, discussing the different types of UCAT questions, the UCAT timing and the key challenges you’ll face
Reverse or Negative UCAT Questions often trick UCAT students up. We’ll teach you how to spot them and answer them well in a limited amount of time. We'll put into practice all the UCAT you've covered so far!
What do you do if you have 10 UCAT questions left to do in 5 minutes? Don’t worry, we’ll guide you through our contingency Cheetah and Rabbit strategies just in case things go wrong! We'll then do a UCAT Mini Mock
It's easy to make assumptions on links and correlations between UCAT statements. In this tutorial, we’ll go through some tricky examples to teach you an important skill. This is handy to know for your UCAT Test.
We approach Quantitative Reasoning by systematically working through the 15 key question types that appear in the UCAT. Whether it be Percentages, Ratios, Fractions, Venn Diagrams, Tax Questions or Areas, we've got you covered!
Lesson 1 Introduction to QR
Lesson 2 Estimation vs. Precision
Lesson 3 Reading The Information
Lesson 4 Units in the UCAT
Lesson 5 Means, Median, Mode
Lesson 6 Area Questions
Lesson 7 Quantitative Formulae
Lesson 8 Ratios
Lesson 9 The UCAT Calculator
Lesson 10 Fractions
Lesson 11 Interest Questions
Lesson 12 Tax Questions
Lesson 13 Venn Diagrams
Lesson 14 Percentages
Lesson 15 Speed, Distance, Time
Lesson 16 Tips from Experts
Lesson 17 QR Test Day
Lesson 18 Summary and Overview
Introduction to QR
We begin with an overview of Quantitative Reasoning. What is the timing? What types of UCAT questions commonly come up? What are the key challenges? We use the official UCAT Practice Tests to help guide us.
A key technique for saving time is estimation. We teach you when to estimate, how to estimate, and work through different UCAT scenarios to challenge your technique. Using the official UCAT Practice Tests will ensure we're on the right track.
UCAT area questions can often be challenging, time-consuming and tricky. We’ll tackle the most common area UCAT questions, teaching you some successful strategies. You can also bring in any UCAT Practice Tests you've done to help.
We practice using common UCAT formulae - such as the area of a cylinder, volume of a sphere, diameter of a polygon, use of pi and much more. We'll finish with a UCAT Practice Test to ensure you've taken it all on board.
You often need to use ratios within UCAT questions, whether it be in a map scale, or calculating proportions of items. Ratios can be tricky, but don’t worry we have you covered and we'll do lots of UCAT Practice Tests to make sure!
Being able to use and convert fractions is a very useful skill for UCAT Quantitative Reasoning. Using our UCAT Practice Techniques, by the end of this tutorial fractions we will make ‘fractions your friend’!
Tax bracket calculations have commonly been asked in the UCAT, and students struggle to get their head around them. In this tutorial, we will work through many examples to overcome your fear in UCAT Practice Tests!
Being able to use, draw and understand Venn Diagrams is an essential skill in both the Quantitative Reasoning and Decision Making sections of the UCAT Test 2020 and we'll do lots of UCAT Practice Tests!
Percentages are almost guaranteed to come up in the UCAT as you would have seen in UCAT Practice Tests! We teach you a unique, super fast method for percentage change, increase and proportions. You never know what's going to come up in the UCAT Test!
In this tutorial we work through examples relating to the Speed, Distance, Time Formula. We will teach you how to avoid common traps for these UCAT questions (e.g. unit traps). UCAT Practice makes perfect we say!
Abstract Reasoning is a tricky section to grasp especially as there are so many different patterns you could get! We'll teach you award-winning methods to help you crack through the UCAT questions using pattern recognition techniques.
Lesson 1 Introduction
Lesson 2 AR Question Types
Lesson 3 Warm Up Quiz
Lesson 4 Type 1 Questions
Lesson 5 The SPONCS Method
Lesson 6 AR Triggers
Lesson 7 Number Patterns
Lesson 8 Shape Patterns
Lesson 9 Size Patterns
Lesson 10 Position Patterns
Lesson 11 Colour Patterns
Lesson 12 Orientation Patterns
Lesson 13 Distractors
Lesson 14 Dependent Patterns
Lesson 15 Secondary Patterns
Lesson 16 Timing Strategies
Lesson 17 Type 2 Questions
Lesson 18 Type 3 Questions
Lesson 19 Type 4 Questions
Lesson 20 AR Test Day
We begin with an overview of Abstract Reasoning, including a summary of UCAT question types, the common pitfalls and the key techniques required. We'll quiz you by doing some AR UCAT Practice Tests
In this tutorial we warm you up with some practice patterns before we jump into trickier sets later on. You’ll be able to see how AR works, and understand how to spot patterns. It's essentially a mini UCAT Practice Test!
Type 1 UCAT Questions are the most common type in Abstract Reasoning. We will discuss the ideal strategy for these UCAT questions, and practice some sets. Grasped the UCAT theory? We'll see in our UCAT Practice Test!
We will teach you how to look for common patterns relating to the relative size of shapes, including common combinations of Size with other pattern types. This will be in keeping with the official UCAT Practice Tests
We will teach you how to look for common Colour patterns, including patterns involving grey, black, striped and spotted shapes. UCAT Practice Tests often don't focus on colour patterns but we like being thorough!
UCAT questions often have distractor shapes and boxes, which are designed to waste your time. We’ll explain how to spot them, avoid them and focus on the important shapes. We can also go through the official UCAT Practice Tests
Sometimes patterns involve two steps, whereby one pattern depends on another pattern. These UCAT questions can be tricky, so we will practice them and discuss the best approach. UCAT Practice Test B contains 3-4 UCAT Questions on Dependent Patterns
Sometimes sets have two patterns - one major pattern, and one minor pattern. We will discuss when to look for a second pattern, and when to save time and move on. To see how much you've learned, we'll also do a UCAT Practice Test!
Abstract Reasoning is the quickest UCAT section. It can fly by, so it's especially important to be sharp with your timing. We will teach you how to spot patterns efficiently and quickly. UCAT Practice makes perfect we say!
Type 2 Abstract Reasoning UCAT Questions involve a series of shapes, with the UCAT question asking you to finish the series. We will work through examples, and teach you how to approach them. UCAT Practice B Test has a lot of these!
Type 3 Abstract Reasoning UCAT questions involves spotting relationships between pairs of shapes. We will work through several examples, and again discuss the best approach. Practicing the UCAT will help you ace this section!
Type 4 Abstract Reasoning UCAT questions involve a similar approach to Type 1 UCAT questions, with a slight twist. We will practice, discuss and perfect your technique for these UCAT questions. To see how much you've learned, we'll also do a UCAT Practice Test!
In this lesson, we start looking at the "appropriateness" type of UCAT questions and lay out a step by step strategy on how to answer UCAT questions related to this. To see how much you've learned, we'll also do a UCAT Practice Test!
We look at the "importance" type of UCAT questions in Situational Judgement and help you understand how to differentiate between very important and not important at all. UCAT Practice Tests really pride themselves on this.
This applies in particular to situations revolving around medical students - Medical students are not authorised to make decisions surrounding medical care or give any treatment. We'll show you some UCAT Practice Tests too.
Confidentiality is important for many reasons - this includes patient trust in the profession. Patients are often anxious to come to doctors and so when they do inform them of information they expect that it will not be told to anyone else. We'll go through some UCAT questions and do some UCAT Practice Tests
Doctors and dentists should be responsible in healthcare setting and outside healthcare settings. This means that all students and doctors should act responsibly as they are representing a whole profession. We can put it all together here through UCAT practice tests.
Everyone makes mistakes and it's important that if mistakes are made that we follow the right protocol to identify them. You should not directly influence patients’ decision - We have 5 UCAT Practice Tests here that we can cover.
No one is above anyone else - it’s why doctors and nurses wear the same type of scrubs. We go through common SJT scenarios around this and help you spot key patterns in their UCAT questions. We can do a few UCAT Practice Tests here as well.
We go through the third GMC principle of Communication, Partnership & Teamwork and go through Situational Judgement UCAT questions around it. This will follow a UCAT Practice Test to consolidate this theory.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many UCAT Questions do I need to do?
It can be tricky to know exactly how many UCAT Questions to do and we often find it hard to recommend a number but we always say, the more UCAT Questions you do the better! On average, we recommend getting through around 50 UCAT Questions a day for at least 30 days so that's around 1500 UCAT Questions in total! But don't worry, if you're struggling to get all your UCAT Practice in, there's lots of ways you can get it in.
What are the best UCAT Practice Tests?
In terms of the best UCAT Practice Tests, we recommend these, in order of how good they are: • Free - Official UKCAT (UCAT) mocks http://questions.ukcat.ac.uk/
• £30 - Medify UCAT Question Bank 4000Q
• Free - passUKCAT 100Q (http://www.passukcat.com) The Medify UCAT Question Bank is worth it for what you pay. UKCAT (UCAT) Books (on Amazon) in general aren't great, people tend to recommend the 1250Q ISC Book but thats more because they were the first on the market, I really don't think the book is that good.
When is the UCAT 2020?
You can book the UCAT in 2020 anytime between July to October however with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) it's difficult to know when the UCAT will be this year. Nevertheless, it's important to do lots of UCAT Preparation and UCAT Questions! Keep doing UCAT Practice Tests in the meantime!
When should I do the official UCAT Practice Tests?
The Official UCAT Question Bank can be found here: http://questions.ukcat.ac.uk/ We recommend doing the Pearson UCAT Questions just before your exam, usually 3 weeks before your UCAT Exam. This is because they are most representative of the official UCAT. We do lots of research each year onto the UCAT Trends so using the UCAT Practice Tests above is a good first step
Where can I find more UCAT Questions?
There are plenty of UCAT Questions available on the internet but often we recommend quality over quantity. It's good to accompany UCAT Practice Tests with some UCAT Theory as well.
Which section of the UCAT do I need to practice the most?
It would be ideal to do one UCAT Practice Test for each of the 5 UCAT Questions to work out which areas of the UCAT you need to practice the most.
Do you recommend the Medify UCAT Question Bank?
The Medify UCAT Question Bank has lots of UCAT Practice Tests and we would say it's probably the best UCAT Question Bank out there if you're looking to do lots of UCAT Practice. However, in our experience rather than doing lots of UCAT Questions aimlessly, it's vital to learn UCAT Theory to help improve your score further. Visit our blog from our founder who scored 900 to find out how he used the Medify UCAT Question Bank, a UCAT Tutor and the Official UCAT Practice Tests
Are there any UCAT Past Papers?
Unfortunately not, no - there are no official UCAT Past Papers but you can do the questions in the UCAT Practice Tests on their website. They have almost 1000+ UCAT Questions on there for you to have a look at!
Where can I find tips on how to do well in UCAT Practice Tests?
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