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    Thanks for the advice, I guess I'll stick with the 30 august, so I get to see my exam results, and if they are bad I can cancel the UKCAT.
    Also I was thinking if I don't get into medicine I would like to do a degree in biomedical science or optician (don't know what the degree is called)..but I'm not sure which one to choose??



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    Hi Fateemah,

    you dont cancel UKCAT once you've taken it but you can change your university choice as stated by someone in the earlier post in response to you.
    Just beleive in yourself and read as much as you can and leave the rest to divine intervention.
    i am trying to put in about 2hrs/day from yesterday but i get so sleepy once i've put the kids to bed afer my huse chores. God help me!! Wish me luck >>>>

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    Thanks for the advice I have tried a few of the practice UKCAT tests and have not done too well...

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    So when is everyone planning on taking the test?

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    Hello,

    I am thinking of taking mine on the 30 August..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fateemah View Post
    Hello,

    I am thinking of taking mine on the 30 August..
    Yeah, I'm thinking the same; around the end of August/beginning of September. Just need to wait for my bursary application to come through so that I can book a date! There's so much preparation that needs to be done for the test. I think making a revision schedule would really help but I don't know how I would go about creating one.

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    Hello,

    I'm just waiting for my AS exams to start and get over with, then i'll start thinking about the UKCAT. A revision timetable sounds like a good idea, you could also try some practice tests.

    Good luck

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    Hi Fateemah,

    What bursary application are you referrin to here? hope I am not missing anything

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    Hello Princewill,

    It was Nua who mentioned a bursary application in the earlier posts. I've already paid mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Princewill View Post
    Hi Fateemah,

    What bursary application are you referrin to here? hope I am not missing anything
    Princewill, you're entitled to a bursary to cover the cost of the test if your circumstances deem you eligible. Check out the UKCAT official website, all the details are there under the bursary section.

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