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How to Master the UKCAT: Over 750 Practice Questions for the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test

Over the past few years most British universities have turned to standardized testing to assess candidates for admission.  The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is the latest test to be developed – it is used by the majority of UK medical and dentistry schools.

The UKCAT aims to test verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and decision analysis rather than scientific knowledge.  How to Pass the UKCAT by testing expert Mike Bryon contains 600 up-to-date, highly relevant practice questions for the UKCAT subtests.  It also offers timed mini-tests so readers can practice against the clock.


BMAT and UKCAT Uncovered: A Guide to Medical School Entrance Exams

Contains over one thousand practice questions – worked examples, quick tests, 2 full BMAT-style sample test papers, and 2 full UKCAT-style sample test papers.

With the use of admissions tests becoming an increasingly more common part of the selection process for entrance to medical school, BMAT and UKCAT Uncovered is a comprehensive yet accessible guide to the two main tests used by UK medical schools.

Written by recent Cambridge graduates, the authors’ experience lies in taking these exams themselves and teaching students how to pass them. They combine key strategies for tackling the specific skills tested by the BioMedical Admissions Test and the UK Clinical Aptitude Test, along with practice questions and tests, with worked answers, in the style of the BMAT and UKCAT exams.

The simple, informal teaching style, highlighting key practice areas, with the minimal use of jargon, means BMAT and UKCAT Uncovered is an essential tool for all medical school applicants.



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