Each year, UCAT Masterclass offers students around the globe the opportunity to sit a combined FREE UCAT Mock Exam – this is UCAT M.E.D.! In this article, we’ll explain why you must sit the UCAT M.E.D. to boost your UCAT score.
The UCAT Mock Exam Day (UCAT M.E.D.) is a FREE online UCAT trial exam open to anyone worldwide. It’s as close as we can get you to a real UCAT exam, so by participating in it you can receive:
The UCAT M.E.D. helps you test your exam readiness by taking the mock UCAT exam and receiving your results and rankings. It helps you refine your exam strategy by practicing your exam skills and the keyboard shortcuts using the UCAT exam format so there are no surprises on the day you sit the test.
Nothing. It is a free UCAT Mock exam day to help students prepare because we like seeing students succeed!
It is held early, ahead of the actual UCAT exam period so that you can identify your strengths and have time to address your weaknesses. You will see how you rank against your peers and the areas you need to focus on so that you are better prepared for the real thing.
You can register here https://www.ucatmasterclass.com/ucat-med/ by creating a free account on UCAT Masterclass.
UCAT Masterclass has several exams on offer:
If you purchase the UCAT Masterclass course you will have access to another four exams, which you can do at any time. (As well as lots of other practice questions and resources.)
Just remember that you can only do each exam once, and you can’t pause once you start. This is so that the exams are realistic and as similar as possible to the real UCAT.
The results will be released on Tuesday 1 March 2022.
Here are some tips to get the most out of the UCAT M.E.D.:
Give yourself the opportunity to make the exam as realistic as possible:
That’s right, it’s just like the real UCAT exam!
Keep an eye on the timer as it’s easy to lose track of time. Check the time periodically, this will give you an indication of whether you need to speed up or slow down.
Make sure you are a master with the onscreen UCAT calculator.
There is no negative marking in the UCAT. To maximise your UCAT score, make sure you answer every single question even if you guess.
You will not have time to fixate on any single question. If you find yourself being stuck, guess and flag the question and return to it at the end of that section if you have spare time. Remember, the goal of UCAT is not to get all questions right but to get as many questions right as you can in the given time.
It may be useful to skim the actual questions before reading the given information, particularly if it is a long passage with a lot of text. This will give you an idea of what the question is looking for.
Make sure you read our UCAT strategies for UCAT domination.
Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to test yourself and get a realistic UCAT exam experience before the UCAT exam!