How to Master the UKCAT
Over 750 Practice Questions for the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test
Over the past few years most British universities have turned to standardized testing to assess candidates for admission. The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is the latest test to be developed. It is used by the majority of UK medical and dentistry schools. The UKCAT tests verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and decision analysis rather than scientific knowledge.
How to Pass the UKCAT by testing expert Mike Bryon contains 750 up-to-date, highly relevant practice questions for the UKCAT subtests. It also offers timed mini-tests so readers can practice against the clock.
"This study guide for the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) offers medical and dental students 750 practice questions for improving test scores, and emphasizes developing a balance between speed and accuracy and practicing under realistic exam conditions. Originally published as How to Pass the UKCAT in 2009, the second edition adds 30 mast class questions for abstract reasoning." - Book News
Title: How to Master the UKCAT
Author: Mike Bryon
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