The University Clinical Aptitude Test (previously known as UKCAT), is a two-hour computer-based aptitude test used by medical schools for shortlisting students for admissions to medical/dentistry undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The test attempts to assess a range of mental abilities and behavioural attributes of the student. UCAT registration usually begins in June and the test is delivered on multiple dates from July to September every year. Test results are made available to the university in early November. It is important to note that alongside UCAT scores, universities will also consider other factors like your academic profile, personal statement and interview performance. The weightage attached to UCAT score varies for each med school.
The computer-based test consists of five sections scored between 300 and 900 points each. The sections of the UCAT exam are to be attempted in the sequence presented:
All questions are multiple choice and there is no negative marking for wrong answers. Questions are designed to check skills that doctors need – integrity, teamwork, problem solving, communication, spatial awareness and empathy.
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