UCAT (formerly UMAT) 2019 and 2020 in Australia and New Zealand is based on the UKCAT and means University Clinical Aptitude Test.
The UCAT test is a two-hour computer-based test consisting of five sections:
- Verbal reasoning – 44 questions in 21 minutes
- Decision making – 29 questions in 31 minutes
- Quantitative reasoning – 36 questions in 24 minutes
- Abstract reasoning – 55 questions in 13 minutes
- Situational judgement – 69 questions in 26 minutes
Therefore, preparation for the UCAT is vital as it is the student’s ability to work through the assessment with speed and accuracy to achieve the best results possible.
At REM+ Tuition we are very fortunate to have a very experienced and dynamic teacher who is preparing students for this assessment from Year 10 and 11, into Year 12. Savin Sindhu has helped many students realise their dream of gaining admission into medical science courses in universities around the world. He is responsible for the creation of the content and teaching of the UCAT preparation courses at REM+ Tuition.
This course is face to face teaching as opposed to practicing online. Students will:
- Be taught how to improve their speed and accuracy and calculation ability across the five areas by developing appropriate techniques.
- Be taught how to use SMART guess – analyzing the four options for a 50% chance of success.
- Be shown why their answer is wrong and how to get the correct answer.
Each lesson will be practice based and analytical. Students will receive explicit instruction on how to devise the correct answer.
The focus for 2019 Year 10 & 11 students in Term 1 will be Abstract Reasoning and in Term 2 Quantitative Reasoning.
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