Each section also gives you 1 extra minute before beginning that section to read through the instructions.
You may have noticed that the number of questions for the amount of time given is very high. On the whole the UCAT is considered a time trial exam with no one taking it expected to answer all the questions, so don’t feel worried if during practise tests you aren’t able to complete it in the time given.
The exam itself is all multiple choice and so there will be no point where you have to give a written answer.
We cannot overstate the importance of practising in order to increase your speed on this exam and therefore your chances of getting a higher mark. The quicker you are able to read and answer the questions the more you will get through, automatically giving you a boost over other candidates. Revise using timed conditions and be strict with them; when the time is up stop then and there.