UCAT preparation is possibly one of the most underestimated sections of the Dental School application process. Candidates who fail to score well in the UCAT and do not meet the threshold requirements expected by their chosen Dental School will automatically be rejected from the process without an interview.
Therefore, it is essential that you prepare for the UCAT; our Complete UCAT Guide will dissect the 5 sections of the test, with thorough explanation and background information on what to expect and how to deal with the problems posed, followed by highly realistic and accurate test questions.
The answers to these questions will also be provided, along with a thorough explanation and breakdown of the reasoning behind them.
The University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT), which was previously known as the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is a multiple choice, timed, a computerised exam that candidates for medical or dental UK universities may be required to take, depending on the university’s requirements. The UCAT (UKCAT) is made up of five different sections and is designed to evaluate your cognitive abilities. It offers universities an insight into finding candidates that have the most appropriate mental abilities, attitudes and professional behaviour required to be successful in a clinical career.
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