Our UKCAT Test preparation:
We offer one to one tuition for UKCAT Exam Preparation with best and professional tutors. You can choose one of these following package for your course.
30 hours course including all sections
Registration fee : RM100.00 , Tuition Fee: RM 3500.00/15 lessons (30 hours)
It is up to student to apply for how many hours per subject, but for any
two-hour one to one tuition for UKCAT, we charge RM 270.00 and Registration fee is RM100.00
UKCAT Test Format
The UKCAT is a two-hour computer-based test. It consists of five separately timed subtests which assess a range of mental abilities identified by university medical and dental schools as important. Each subtest contains a number of items in a multiple-choice format.
|UKCAT 2017||Items||UKCAT Timing*||UKCATSEN Timing**|
Assesses the ability to critically evaluate information presented in a written form.
|44||22 minutes||27.5 minutes|
Assesses the ability to make sound decisions and judgements using complex information.
Assesses the ability to critically evaluate information presented in a numerical form.
|36||25 minutes||31.25 minutes|
Assesses the use of convergent and divergent thinking to infer relationships from information.
|55||14 minutes||17.5 minutes|
Measures the capacity to understand real world situations and to identify critical factors and appropriate behaviour in dealing with them.
|68||27 minutes||33.75 minutes|
|Total Time||120 minutes||150 minutes|
The Verbal Reasoning subtest assesses your ability to read and think carefully about information presented in passages and to determine whether specific conclusions can be drawn from information presented. You are not expected to use prior knowledge to answer the questions.
The Decision Making subtest assesses your ability to apply logic to reach a decision or conclusion, evaluate arguments and analyse statistical information.
The Quantitative Reasoning subtest assesses your ability to use numerical skills to solve problems. It assumes familiarity with numbers to the standard of a good pass at GCSE. However items are less to do with numerical facility and more to do with problem solving.
Abstract Reasoning assesses your ability to identify patterns amongst abstract shapes where irrelevant and distracting material may lead to incorrect conclusions. The test therefore measures your ability to change track, critically evaluate and generate hypotheses and requires you to query judgements as you go along.
The situational judgement test (SJT) measures your capacity to understand real world situations and to identify critical factors and appropriate behaviour in dealing with them.
For More information, please visit UKCAT Official Website.