How UKCAT Tuition will Improve your UKCAT Score
UKCAT Tuition: With your expert UKCAT tutor (*who scored in the top 10% nationally during their UKCAT year) you will work using resources created specifically for you to ensure that you are prepared for every type of question on the day of your UKCAT. Your expert tutor will help you to identify the question types you need to improve on and help you to utilise those you are strongest in order to get the most out of your study sessions. Your tutor will also work with you on the areas of the UKCAT that most students struggle with to ensure that you gain marks in areas other students won’t – giving you an advantage that could make the difference between gaining the medical school placement you want.
Why Choose UniAdmissions?
With UniAdmissions, you’ll get one-on-one time with an expert UKCAT tutor who scored in the top 10% nationally during their UKCAT year and has a proven rate of success in UKCAT tuition. With every tuition package you’ll get a money back guarantee, meaning that in the unlikely event that you’re unhappy with our tutors – we will refund your tuition fees. You’ll also get instant access online to all of our best-selling UKCAT resources including video lectures, 6 UKCAT mock tests and The Ultimate UKCAT Guide allowing you can start work on improving your UKCAT score straight away.
*Tuition is available in person or online.
Includes Free UKCAT Resources Written by Experts
Available online immediately after booking your tuition package.
10 hours worth of Online lectures that you can watch and re-watch to learn key strategies + concepts.
Free – 6 Full Mock Papers & Worked Answers
Mock papers written by experts to mirror the 2018 UKCAT as closely as possible. RRP £60.
Email access to your expert tutor until the day of your exam so you’re never alone or stuck.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
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A Free Copy of The Ultimate UKCAT Guide
Our best-selling UKCAT study guide, packed with 1250 practice questions and advice.
Triple your Chance of Success!
Our proven methods of tuition make all the difference! Last year our admissions success rate was triple the national average.
About UniAdmissions UKCAT Tuition
Meet your Expert UKCAT Tutors
Nic is a 5th-year medical student at Brasenose College, Oxford and looks to remain in Oxford to complete his clinical years too. Nic thrives on teaching and has carried out multiple mock medical school exams and interviews as well as tutoring chemistry at an Oxford school. He enjoys cycling, rowing and, when the opportunity arises, rock climbing and mountaineering!
Heather studied medicine at Kings College, London and her intercalated BA in Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge. Heather has a great deal of experience in UCAS applications and UKCAT exam preparation. A frequent speaker for the British Medical Association, Heather has great insight into the demands of studying and working in medicine. Heather is also an avid archer and masseur.
Zenab is now a 6th-year medical student at UCL having completed her pre-clinical years at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. She has privately tutored Maths and Science for the past six years and BMAT and UKCAT for the past two. Zenab has also been a Medicine Tutorial Lead on UniAdmission Intensive Day courses. Outside of medicine, she is a keen traveller and yoga enthusiast.
What our Students Say
Offers from Barts, Kings College & Birmingham
The tutor I was assigned was really professional and understood everything I was going through! It really helped me to get through my test.
Offers from Manchester, King’s College and UCL
I really liked my tutor and the work we did together but the resources were really helpful too and meant that I could study in my own time.
Offers from Barts, Queen Mary’s and Liverpool
I was struggling with the time limits in some of the sections and I was starting to panic, until I went through UniAdmissions.Zenab was great and taught me lots of little time saving techniques that really helped.
Tackle those Problem Areas
Bespoke tuition sessions are a two-way process and the more you put in- the more you’ll get out. Whilst tutors are happy to cover topics that will undoubtedly be useful, you will gain more from the sessions if you come prepared and armed with questions. Students who tend to improve the most are also the ones who persistently ask their tutor for focus on their weaknesses, week after week! We asked our UKCAT tutors to give some examples of past sessions that they’ve conducted to give you ideas about what is possible.
Verbal reasoning is a common challenge. Often low results in mock papers increase the worry about the Section 1 score even more. To start off, I first go over what each of the important keywords mean e.g. True, False, can’t tell and how to differentiate between them. I then show relatively simple examples to aid slowly building into the more challenging examples. Pointing out keywords that are usually ‘hidden-away’ in the passage that often changes the answer. I do timed drills to see if they can use the skills they’ve acquired under time pressure. This does wonders for their confidence and I finish the session with some homework that includes more verbal reasoning questions that we review in the next session.
Prini, UKCAT Tutor
This is a common issue and not surprising given that you have to do 36 questions in 25 minutes (approximately 41 seconds per question)! However, there are a number of fairly straightforward techniques that can be used to improve speed dramatically e.g. knowing when to use calculators, reading the options before the data. Depending on each students mental maths capabilities, I will pitch my teaching appropriately to help each student improve their abilities to make rapid calculations. Not only is it useful for the UKCAT, it’s even more important for your studies and for medicine. We then start looking at how to approach this section strategically, finishing with some practice questions from the UKCAT book for the next session.
David, Senior UKCAT Tutor
The UKCAT Abstract Reasoning section is my favourite. There is always initial confusion and frustration over the section because it cannot ‘be solved.’ However, by following a simple system, the answer can be found for approximately 90% of the questions within the time limit. Before the session, I get the students to read through the Abstract Reasoning Section in the UKCAT book which introduces the system with some worked examples. We then start off with simple patterns (e.g. number of edges, direction of arrows) and then slowly build up to the more complex second-order patterns. At the end of the session, I set them 20 more questions to do for the next session to help practice the system.
David, Senior UKCAT Tutor
UKCAT Tuition FAQs
Usually in a location that’s convenient for you and your tutor in Central London. In some cases, it may be possible to have the sessions at your house, depending on your location. If you’re not near these locations, you can get tutoring via Skype.
Absolutely, we’d encourage you to do so as the biggest benefits of one-on-one tuition are that you can get time with your tutor to work on exactly what you want to. Make sure you give your tutor enough notice (at least 5 days) for them to prepare the appropriate materials.
If you haven’t had your first session yet, make a booking to start things off. Our staff will first match you with a tutor that is best suited for your needs and call or email you to confirm the time and location of the first tutorial. This is usually done within 24 hours.