Find out about the most/least drag-and-drop questions for the SJT and how you can get more practice.
The majority of questions in the Situational Judgement Test section of the UCAT involve assessing the appropriateness of an action or the importance of a consideration. For these questions, you are asked to select from four possible options with varying degrees of appropriateness or importance.
A recently added question type involves selecting the most appropriate and least appropriate actions from three options.
Let’s look at an example from Medify’s Online UCAT Course.
In this scenario, what Petra has disclosed is a very serious matter and requires involvement of a senior supervisor. Hence, the second option represents the most appropriate action. The least appropriate action would be to keep the student’s behaviour and violent disposition secret, as it may compromise the safety of patients and other students.
Once you have decided on the most and least appropriate actions, answer the question by clicking and dragging each option to the correct box.
There are usually only four questions of this type in the UCAT but you should still do your best to prepare for them to get the maximum possible UCAT score. To get more practice, head over to Medify’s Online UCAT Course. There are 200 scenarios of this type, all with video solutions and fully updated to 2020 UCAT exam cycle.
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