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    Book your exam time

    Can I suggest that any of you who haven't done so should book a time slot for the UKCAT exam. You can book anytime between now and end of September and can change the date and venue as long as you give at least 48 hours notice with no financial penalty. If you wait until everyone goes back to school in September there might be a mass panic. Some may not get the time slots or venues that they want. You don't want to put additional stress on yourself on the exam day by having to travel to some remote centre.

    Just a hint... good luck with it. Glad I don't have to do it!

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    Err - I just wanted to get this message to the top of the list again...

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    Thread is now sticky.

    Chris

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    How many times can we write the UKCAT? When are the dates usually? Their website is going to be up by MARCH. Can we write it in the summer time??

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    Eh yes.
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    Hi,

    I took ukcat last year and as I was unsuccessful at 4 uni's, I have to reapply. I was told that I have 2 take the ukcat again. Do I have to register again? Or do I book in a slot using my old account. Please help...

    Many thanks,
    Cathy.

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    I'd imagine you just apply again as if you havent taken it before so there is no bias in the unis seeing that you have taken the exam before.
    The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient whilst nature cures the disease...

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    Happy to answer any questions when I get 5 minutes...

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    Hi,

    Is it wise to take ukcat after receiving the exam results on 16th?

    Cathy.

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    I don't think it matters. Unless your A-Level results have some bearing on whether or not you decide to apply for Medicine (and so whether or not you'd waste 60 on a test you've decided you won't need to take) then I don't expect it matters either way.
    Notts medic fresher 2008

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    UKCAT Advice

    Hi there!

    I am a new member to this forum and eagerly seeking advice from those who have gone where I have yet to venture!! Intending on booking my test for sept but would greatly appreciate any hints aside from reading my UKCAT/BMAT book from back to front!!!

    Hopeful and many thanks

    Hannah (spanky)

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