With the new year, we have a new name for the UKCAT in 2019, the UCAT!

A lot of you are probably wondering what this means for you. Will it mean having to learn all about a new test? Will the change mean that all of the online advice you’ve found is no longer relevant?

Well, the good news is no, it doesn’t mean that at all. Phew!

The UKCAT (the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test) is changing its name to the UCAT (University Clinical Admissions Test). Nothing else is changing though. The test will still consist of the 5 sections:

  • UCAT Verbal Reasoning
  • UCAT Abstract Reasoning
  • UCAT Quantitative Reasoning
  • UCAT Decision Making
  • UCAT Situational Judgement

The scoring and format will remain exactly the same, and Medlink will be here to help you with them. Stay posted for a series of free UCAT articles and guides to help you with your preparation.

 

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