MedView surrounds you with a team of experts to develop your candidacy and prepare for medical school. Our UCAT services consist of:
MedView's UCAT students are 5x more likely to receive an interview offer
Public rating on student satisfaction.
Instruction tailored to your specific education goals
Thorough workflows to prepare for every section of the exam
Questions, tests, and feedback to replicate the actual UCAT exam
Easily schedule online instruction with your tutor
The UCAT is a two-hour standardised, computer-based exam, designed to assess the suitability of candidates to study undergraduate medicine. Suitability is measured through an assessment of a student’s critical thinking capacity, emotional intelligence and non-verbal reasoning. The sections of the exam are Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Situational Judgement. Performance is measured by a student’s percentile score - how many questions answered correctly relative to all other candidates.
The medical interview is your last step towards achieving your goal of becoming a doctor. During the MMI, each student spends between eight to ten minutes at each station, of which there are eight. Students have two minutes of reading time per station, with the remaining six to eight allocated as interview time.
In New Zealand, to begin your journey to medical school you must complete a first year of health science with a competitive GPA. Your core papers are chosen for you and consist of a range of health and biological sciences. Subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, are recommended high school subjects, but students should choose subjects that they are passionate about.
Unsure of where to start? Speak to an Academic Advisor for free today!
Start your holistic preparation by speaking to a MedView Academic Advisor!
MedView surrounds the student with a team of experts to help them develop their candidacy and prepare for medical school, including application and academic mentoring, exam and interview tutors, simulated online practice on our bespoke platform, Synapse, education coordinators and extracurricular and leadership opportunities
Spend 2 hours a week studying for the UCAT exam - 1 hour reading topical affairs and 1 hours covering core UCAT on our bespoke learning platform, Synapse. MedView's UCAT tutoring is the highest yield way to study for the UCAT, especially alongside MedView's Summer UCAT course, you are on track to success!
Register for the UCAT! The UCAT can be sat in Year 13 and your first year of university. This is a good opportunity for Year 13 students to give it ago and become familiar for the following year Sit a practice exam to see how you're tracking. MedView practice exams are delivered on a platform designed to replicate the real UCAT in terms of question, quality, breakdown, timing and delivery
Take time over the holidays to think about which university you would like to attend Sit a diagnostic test and find out how you're tracking for the UCAT exam. Our diagnostic exams are sat on our bespoke learning platform, Synapse. MedView's Education Coordinators and top tutors will then help you understand what is required to improve and what would best suit your needs
Take the MedView UCAT Long Course. This course is designed for high school students who want to develop their UCAT knowledge base over time to become autonomous with a slower introduction to the UCAT
Mid-May UCAT registrations close Get serious about tutoring - make sure you're doing 4-6 hours of study a week, 2-3 of these with a tutor and 2-3 of questions bank content. The intense MedView UCAT curriculum ensures you are prepared for every possible subsection on the UCAT