The UKCAT organisers claim the test “does not draw on any particular body of knowledge that candidates can learn in advance”.
This doesn’t mean you can’t prepare. We wouldn’t be giving you these tips if we thought that!
According to a UKCAT survey 1, the highest UKCAT scorers spent 21–30 hours preparing.
Preparation removes the “fear of the unknown”. You’ll feel more confident, having seen similar questions before and taken mock tests, and feel less anxious.
Taking control of these emotions sets you up for the test — on your terms.
1: UKCAT.ac.uk: Preparing for the test checked June 2017.