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+ Course Dates

1 full day of 6 hours tuition.


+ April 2018

  • 13th (Friday)


+ Aim

This one day UKCAT Revision course in London is designed to help prepare for the test. The UKCAT is a test used by a consortium of UK Universities for their Medical and Dental degree programmes. The test is designed to help Universities make more informed choices and ensure that the candidates selected have the most appropriate mental abilities, attitudes and professional behaviour to be successful in their chosen careers.

Although the UKCAT does not contain any curriculum or science content, nor can it be revised for, this course aims to:

  • Adequately prepare students by detailed exposure to all sections of the test.
  • Generate discussion of key concepts and eliminate any misconceptions.
  • Include extensive practise of key question types.
  • Include vital tips on how to gain an edge and complete the test with more confidence.

+ UKCAT – 1 day course (6 hours) = £190

+ Discount Incentives (per single student booking)

Bookings over £1,000 – 2.5% discount
Bookings over £1,500 – 5% discount
Bookings over £1,900 – 10% discount

Course fees include all tuition, insurance cover, stationery, photocopying, past papers, end of course report & lunch.

Key Topics Covered

  1. Verbal Reasoning: Assessing the ability to critically evaluate information that is prepared in written form.
  2. Decision Making: Assessing the ability to apply logic and reach a decision or conclusion, evaluate arguments and analyse statistical information.
  3. Quantitative Reasoning: Assessing the ability to critically evaluate information presented in a numerical form.
  4. Abstract Reasoning: Assessing the use of convergent and divergent thinking to infer relationships from information.
  5. Situational Judgement: Measuring the capacity to understand real world situations and to identify critical factors and appropriate behaviour in dealing with them.


Throughout the day there will be practice questions on each section with in a 60 minute integrated test at the end of the day. Students will leave with an indication of how they are doing on each section and a clear focus of where they will need further practice.

Course Materials

Students will be provided with a booklet outlining the key components of the UKCAT, together with practice questions and tips.

Other Information

The course is designed for 2019 entry. The likely timeframe will be Registration for the Tests beginning in May 2018, Testing beginning in early July 2018, with final Testing and the UCAS application deadline in early October 2018.

It is vital that students do some initial background research and identify those Universities that require the test. The UKCAT Website has the most up to date list and is an excellent source of general information. (www.ukcat.ac.uk)