August 18, 2014 by Emedica
We know you didn’t intend to ignore the UKCAT until two days before your test…. but stuff just happens!
Obviously you’re not going to be able to catch up with the organised people who have been spending a couple of hours a day looking at UKCAT questions for the past three months but we can help you maximise the time you do have.
If your test is later than tomorrow then you really should see if you can reschedule it. UKCAT allows you to reschedule without penalty if there is more than a clear day before your actual test. This is subject to available slots so you will not be able to guarantee taking the test very locally or at a time which you would choose. It is, however, definitely the first thing you should consider.
If you really cannot reschedule for any reason then it’s vital you make the best use of the time you do have available. Clear your diary of any social engagements or unnecessary appointments. Ask to be excused (temporarily!) from any household chores or responsibilites. Delete (temporarily!) your Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites!
The best place to begin is certainly the official practice questions at UKCAT.ac.uk. These questions are always going to be the most reliable for preparation for the current year format. If you have only a couple of days you should definitely concentrate your time here.
If you have a tiny bit longer you could also study some UKCAT technique (this blog is a good place to find this!) and practice questions elsewhere.
We have over 100 free UKCAT questions for you to try. We also have over 2000 fully updated UKCAT questions, with the same screen layout as the real thing. The service reflects all the new changes for the current year.