Thread: Can I do a UKCAT "dummy run"?
02-07-2012, 09:13 AM #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
Can I do a UKCAT "dummy run"?
I've started preparing for UKCAT. Got the 600 book (Tennyson, anyone?) and UKCAT For Dummies.
My intention is to do it once this year, as a sort of practice run, mainly to see if I can cut it (because I don't want to apply to Bristol, Brum or Liverpool).
I looked on the UKCAT website (wot, no FAQ's?) and did a limited search on these forum pages, and so far I've seen nothing to say I can't do the UKCAT without actually applying to any universities.
I'm reluctant to contact the UKCAT offices about this because I might get rumbled. But let's assume "a candidate" DID do the test, got a crappy score and then chose to simply wait until the next admissions cycle, do the UKCAT "for real" and then apply. No big deal, right?
Warmest regards, and FORE!
02-07-2012, 10:52 AM #2
- Join Date
- Mar 2011
Yes you can do that, I'm doing it this year.2014 Entry
UKCAT: 747.5 (average)
BMAT: *fingers crossed I get a decent score*
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