Succeeding in the UKCAT Revised 5th Edition

Over 700 practice questions including detailed explanations, two mock tests and comprehensive guidance on how to maximise your score
 
 
BPP Learning Media Ltd (Verlag)
  • 5. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 30. September 2015
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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This is a fully updated 5th Edition of a very popular and successful title. This thoroughly revised edition puts the role of the UK Clinical Aptitude Test in the broader context of the part it plays in the application process to Medical and Dental schools at universities in the United Kingdom. This edition provides guidance and information on the Situational Judgement Test which has been included in the examination. The book shows how to approach the five sections of the UKCAT: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, abstract reasoning, decision analysis and the situational judgement test. It provides practice questions for each section to work through as part of the learning process and includes two full mock exams which can be completed under test conditions.
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  • Book Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • About the Publisher
  • Reaching your Goal
  • Free Companion Material
  • About the Authors
  • Matt Green, BSc (Hons), MPhil
  • Graham Blackman, BSc (Hons)
  • Riaz Gulab BSc, (Hons), MSc
  • James Rudge, BSc (Hons)
  • Acknowledgement
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to the UKCAT
  • What is the UKCAT?
  • Content of the UKCAT
  • Eligibility for the UKCAT
  • Registering for the UKCAT
  • List of participating universities for the UKCAT
  • How do I prepare?
  • Chapter 2 Succeeding in the UKCAT
  • Practice makes perfect
  • What are multiple choice tests?
  • General tips for answering multiple choice tests
  • Chapter 3 The Verbal Reasoning subtest
  • Summary of Verbal Reasoning structure
  • Stem
  • Lead-in question
  • Choices
  • Example of a Verbal Reasoning question
  • Verbal Reasoning hints and tips
  • Seven simple steps to Verbal Reasoning
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Step 4
  • Step 5
  • Step 6
  • Step 7
  • Verbal Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Justifications of Verbal Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Chapter 4 The Quantitative Reasoning subtest
  • Summary of Quantitative Reasoning structure
  • Stem
  • Lead-in question
  • Choices
  • Example of a Quantitative Reasoning question
  • Quantitative Reasoning hints and tips
  • Four simple steps to Quantitative Reasoning
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Step 4
  • Quantitative Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Example 32
  • Example 33
  • Example 34
  • Example 35
  • Example 36
  • Example 37
  • Example 38
  • Example 39
  • Example 40
  • Example 41
  • Example 42
  • Justifications of Quantitative Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Example 32
  • Example 33
  • Example 34
  • Example 35
  • Example 36
  • Example 37
  • Example 38
  • Example 39
  • Example 40
  • Example 41
  • Example 42
  • Chapter 5 The Abstract Reasoning subtest
  • Summary of Abstract Reasoning structure
  • Stem
  • Lead-in question
  • Choices
  • Example of an Abstract Reasoning question
  • Abstract Reasoning hints and tips
  • Symmetrical characteristics
  • Number patterns
  • Size
  • Characteristics
  • Rotation and direction
  • Three simple steps to Abstract Reasoning
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Abstract Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Justifications of Abstract Reasoning practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Chapter 6 The Decision Analysis subtest
  • Summary of Decision Analysis structure
  • Stem
  • Lead-in question
  • Choices
  • Example of a Decision Analysis question
  • Question
  • Decision Analysis hints and tips
  • Three simple steps to Decision Analysis
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Decision Analysis practice examples
  • Scenario
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Scenario
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Scenario
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Example 32
  • Example 33
  • Example 34
  • Example 35
  • Example 36
  • Example 37
  • Example 38
  • Example 39
  • Scenario
  • Example 40
  • Example 41
  • Example 42
  • Example 43
  • Example 44
  • Example 45
  • Example 46
  • Example 47
  • Example 48
  • Example 49
  • Example 50
  • Example 51
  • Example 52
  • Justifications of Decision Analysis practice examples
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
  • Example 4
  • Example 5
  • Example 6
  • Example 7
  • Example 8
  • Example 9
  • Example 10
  • Example 11
  • Example 12
  • Example 13
  • Example 14
  • Example 15
  • Example 16
  • Example 17
  • Example 18
  • Example 19
  • Example 20
  • Example 21
  • Example 22
  • Example 23
  • Example 24
  • Example 25
  • Example 26
  • Example 27
  • Example 28
  • Example 29
  • Example 30
  • Example 31
  • Example 32
  • Example 33
  • Example 34
  • Example 35
  • Example 36
  • Example 37
  • Example 38
  • Example 39
  • Example 40
  • Example 41
  • Example 42
  • Example 43
  • Example 44
  • Example 45
  • Example 46
  • Example 47
  • Example 48
  • Example 49
  • Example 50
  • Example 51
  • Example 52
  • Chapter 7 The Situational Judgement subtest
  • Summary of Situational Judgement structure
  • Stem
  • Lead in question
  • Choices
  • Example of a Situational Judgement Test
  • Situational Judgement hints and tips
  • Simple Steps to Situational Judgement
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Step 4
  • Step 5
  • Step 6
  • Step 7
  • Situational Judgement practice examples
  • Example Scenario 1
  • Example Scenario 2
  • Example Scenario 3
  • Example Scenario 4
  • Example Scenario 5
  • Example Scenario 6
  • Example Scenario 7
  • Example Scenario 8
  • Example Scenario 9
  • Example Scenario 10
  • Justifications of Situational Judgement practice examples
  • Example Scenario 1
  • Example Scenario 2
  • Example Scenario 3
  • Example Scenario 4
  • Example Scenario 5
  • Example Scenario 6
  • Example Scenario 7
  • Example Scenario 8
  • Example Scenario 9
  • Example Scenario 10
  • Chapter 8 Entire mock UKCAT exam 1 questions
  • Verbal Reasoning - 22 minutes
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Quantitative Reasoning - 25 minutes
  • Abstract Reasoning - 14 minutes
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Decision Analysis - 32 minutes
  • Scenario
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Question 12
  • Question 13
  • Scenario
  • Question 14
  • Question 15
  • Question 16
  • Question 17
  • Question 18
  • Question 19
  • Question 20
  • Question 21
  • Question 22
  • Question 23
  • Question 24
  • Question 25
  • Question 26
  • Question 27
  • Question 28
  • Situational Judgement Test - 27 Minutes
  • Scenario 1
  • Scenario 2
  • Scenario 3
  • Scenario 4
  • Scenario 5
  • Scenario 6
  • Scenario 7
  • Scenario 8
  • Scenario 9
  • Scenario 10
  • Scenario 11
  • Scenario 12
  • Scenario 13
  • Scenario 14
  • Scenario 15
  • Scenario 16
  • Scenario 17
  • Scenario 18
  • Scenario 19
  • Chapter 9 Entire mock UKCAT exam 1 answers
  • Verbal Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Quantitative Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Abstract Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Decision Analysis answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Question 12
  • Question 13
  • Question 14
  • Question 15
  • Question 16
  • Question 17
  • Question 18
  • Question 19
  • Question 20
  • Question 21
  • Question 22
  • Question 23
  • Question 24
  • Question 25
  • Question 26
  • Question 27
  • Question 28
  • Situational Judgement answers and justifications
  • Scenario 1
  • Scenario 2
  • Scenario 3
  • Scenario 4
  • Scenario 5
  • Scenario 6
  • Scenario 7
  • Scenario 8
  • Scenario 9
  • Scenario 10
  • Scenario 11
  • Scenario 12
  • Scenario 13
  • Scenario 14
  • Scenario 15
  • Scenario 16
  • Scenario 17
  • Scenario 18
  • Scenario 19
  • Chapter 10 Entire mock UKCAT exam 2 questions
  • Verbal Reasoning - 22 minutes
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Quantitative Reasoning - 25 minutes
  • Abstract Reasoning - 14 minutes
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Decision Analysis - 32 minutes
  • Scenario
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Question 12
  • Question 13
  • Scenario
  • Question 14
  • Question 15
  • Question 16
  • Question 17
  • Question 18
  • Question 19
  • Question 20
  • Question 21
  • Question 22
  • Question 23
  • Question 24
  • Question 25
  • Question 26
  • Question 27
  • Question 28
  • Situational Judgement Test 2 - 27 Minutes
  • Scenario 1
  • Scenario 2
  • Scenario 3
  • Scenario 4
  • Scenario 5
  • Scenario 6
  • Scenario 7
  • Scenario 8
  • Scenario 9
  • Scenario 10
  • Scenario 11
  • Scenario 12
  • Scenario 13
  • Scenario 14
  • Scenario 15
  • Scenario 16
  • Scenario 17
  • Scenario 18
  • Scenario 19
  • Chapter 11 Entire mock UKCAT exam 2 answers
  • Verbal Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Quantitative Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Abstract Reasoning answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Decision Analysis answers and justifications
  • Question 1
  • Question 2
  • Question 3
  • Question 4
  • Question 5
  • Question 6
  • Question 7
  • Question 8
  • Question 9
  • Question 10
  • Question 11
  • Question 12
  • Question 13
  • Question 14
  • Question 15
  • Question 16
  • Question 17
  • Question 18
  • Question 19
  • Question 20
  • Question 21
  • Question 22
  • Question 23
  • Question 24
  • Question 25
  • Question 26
  • Question 27
  • Question 28
  • Situational Judgement answers and justifications
  • Scenario 1
  • Scenario 2
  • Scenario 3
  • Scenario 4
  • Scenario 5
  • Scenario 6
  • Scenario 7
  • Scenario 8
  • Scenario 9
  • Scenario 10
  • Scenario 11
  • Scenario 12
  • Scenario 13
  • Scenario 14
  • Scenario 15
  • Scenario 16
  • Scenario 17
  • Scenario 18
  • Scenario 19
  • Chapter 12 Closing thoughts
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