UCAT® (UKCAT) Free Resources & Events

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Free Resources

Get Started with your UCAT preparation today!

Here at Kaplan we offer a range of free resources to get your UCAT prep underway.

  • Take the first step in preparing for the UCAT (formerly UKCAT) by trying some practice questions to get an understanding of the types of questions asked, along with the format of the exam.
  • Plan your prep with our UCAT Study guide and UCAT/BMAT timeline.
  • Research the application process with our free eBook, med school matcher tool, and admissions seminar

Practice Questions
Practice Questions

Try some sample questions from each test section.

Familiarise yourself with the different test sections with our practice questions. Coming with answers and explanations they are a great first step.

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Online Practice Test
Practice Test

Get an idea of how you would score on test day!

This shorter version of the UCAT exam will give you a peek into the real UCAT test and a snapshot of our test-like online resources.

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UCAT Study Guide
Study Guide

Get yourself organised with this handy study planner.

Our official guide shows you what you need to do for each stage of the applications process, along with useful resources and tips.

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UCAT Timeline
Timeline

View a visual breakdown of the key dates and deadlines for medical school admissions. You can print out the PDF version of this resource so that you don't forget your key dates and periods for your admission test preparation.

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Med School Matcher
Med School Matcher

Get an idea of universities you can apply to based on your grades!

This brand new resource will allow you to quickly and easily see medical school entry requirements based on the subjects you are studying and your predicted grades.

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Free eBook
Medical School Application Process Ebook

Getting to Know Aptitude Tests and Acing Personal Statements

Download our free eBook, written in collaboration with UniMed, for a useful insight into the application process.

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Starter Pack
Download our 'UCAT Starter Kit' - all our free resources bundled together including:

Kaplan UCAT Study Guide
UCAT & BMAT timeline
UCAT & BMAT key differences fact sheet
UCAT Free Practice Questions & Answers

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Free Event

Online Medical School Admissions Seminar

Your entry to UCAT (UKCAT), BMAT & medical school admissions prep!

Join our free online Medical School Admissions Seminars for overviews and taster sessions on the UCAT & BMAT. Each free event will also cover one of the topics below:

  • Interview preparation
  • Getting into medical school
  • Personal statement tips
  • Work experience

In most of our seminars, you will receive a useful overview of the UCAT & BMAT, the timing scoring and structure of the tests, plus sample questions with time-saving strategies for all test-sections. These sessions will be led by an experienced teacher who has scored in the top 10% of the test.

We also co-host with guest speakers who share their expertise and guidance on topics like work experience, personal statement writing and work experience.

Our online events are very interactive, and opportunities to ask questions will be provided!

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Work Experience Event

Medicine 4 the Masses Conference

Enhance your application to medical school!

Medicine 4 The Masses by Osler's Room, is a medical conference that offers work experience in a lecture-based & video streaming format. It is delivered by experienced doctors, and offers direct and immediately applicable experience that you can include in your personal statement and discuss at your university interview.

You will also receive tips for medical research, insights into journal publication, and get the opportunity to publish!

Attend the conference in London on 29th June. Tickets for the event are just £58 when using the discount code KAPLAN2019. Offer ends 30th May.

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Course reviews from former Kaplan students

Lauren B, a Birmingham Classroom Course Student, scored 3020, Band 3

As I was the only student at my school sitting the UCAT, I felt I had little help and was concerned about how I would score. I feel taking part in the Kaplan course helped me massively as it provided me with skills and tips to allow me to succeed in the exam and get a score high enough to apply to the University of my choice. I can now happily say I start my Medicine degree at this University in just over a week - this may not have been possible without my help from Kaplan.

Yue W, a Live Online Course Student, scored 3220, Band 1

I really enjoyed the UCAT prep. It gave me some very useful advice particularly with triaging but the best thing about this course was probably the confidence and reassurance it gave me that it is possible to do well by putting in effort and it's not a game of luck.

Alice S, a London Classroom Course Student, scored 2790, Band 1

Kaplan was fantastic; it gave me the skills to tackle each section in a logical way, but also the teaching and the resources we were given meant that I continued to practice in a productive way. The methods I learnt from Kaplan, and the practice tests, meant I knew exactly what to expect from my UCAT test and how to approach each question. Without Kaplan, I definitely would have not got the score I did.

Sammy G : "You can see the teaching is actually working."

Sammy was referred to us by a current medical student who took a Kaplan course. She found the Kaplan strategies to be a helpful boost to the prep she did in advance.

Rupert V W: “It’s a great way to kick-off my learning in the UCAT (UKCAT).”

Rupert took the UCAT exam last year but didn’t get the high score needed for medical admission. This year he chose to take a Kaplan course based on recommendations, to boost his score.

Arjun M : "I would really recommend it to someone who's deciding to do the UCAT (UKCAT)"

Arjun was struggling with his UCAT (UKCAT) preparation before he learned Kaplan's techniques and strategies as part of his UCAT course. He really enjoyed the course and recommends it to anyone taking the UCAT.

Charlotte P : "Strategies to overcome really difficult questions"

Charlotte was recommended our UCAT (UKCAT) course by a friend. She found the Kaplan teacher's experience and advice invaluable over just studying from a book.

Cherry Jade L : "When I go to sit the UCAT (UKCAT) I'll have the right stategies and know what to do"

Cherry-Jade appreciates the importance of a high UCAT (UKCAT) score as part of a good medical application. She decided to take the Kaplan UCAT course after discovering that many medical students found the test harder than expected, and that the Kaplan course helped them to get a better result.

Ronan L : "What we have been learning in the course is extremely beneficial"

Ronan took the UCATSEN (UKCATSEN) and found it particularly useful that the teacher was able to adapt the course content so that no student was left behind.

Sambhavi Kumar, 2018 UCAT (UKCAT) Student, scored 3220, Band 2

I found Kaplan very helpful and definitely could not have scored as highly as I did without it. The classroom course was really well delivered, engaging throughout and quite motivating as well.

The online resources were also very good for practise and were brilliant for familiarising myself with the test format.

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