Start planning your UCAT revision now.
Write these dates in your diary or on your calendar to avoid missing out on the important dates.
The testing season starts. Are you prepared? Know exactly what you’re doing? Check out our UCAT Online Course to make sure. Our UCAT Online Course simulates the real UCAT so you won’t feel unfamiliar with the real thing on the big day. The more practice you complete, the better prepared you will be for the real exam.
Last chance to get yourself organised as the following will close:
If you miss this deadline you will have to wait until 2022 to book for your UCAT.
This is the very last day you can sit your UCAT. Bursary application is due on this date too (4pm BST).
However, the final booking deadline for registered candidates is a day before this, on 28th September 2021 (12 noon BST).
UCAS is an organisation that you apply to medical schools through. This is where you will pick what medical schools you’d like to attend, hear back from those medical schools and you will be expected to produce a personal statement of a high standard. This personal statement should include your motivation for studying medicine, reflections on work experience and extra curriculum activities and achievements. The UCAS personal statement tends to worry a lot of people so we designed a course to help take that stress away. Check it out here.
In most UCAT testing centres you will get a print-out of your scores as soon as you’ve finished sitting the and you’ll be able to access them on your online UCAT Consortium account. However, it won’t be until early November that your final UCAT score will be directly sent to all of your chosen medical schools.
We provide you with extensive video tutorials, a huge bank of over 10,000 questions, 8 unique full mock exams, 18 mini-mock exams and question walkthroughs, as well as performance feedback.
We’ve been lending a successful helping hand since 2009. Medify is here to support you, just reach out to us.