NB: This is a live webinar that repeats the content of the webinar delivered on 27/6.
The UCAT is a key criteria for gaining entry into medicine in the UK as well as Australia and New Zealand. But despite the fact that the test has existed for more than a decade in the UK, recent data show that Australian and New Zealand students are producing dominant results over their UK counterparts despite only having sat the test for two cycles.
The raw mark for 90th percentile for the UK was 2850 whereas for Australian students, it was 2920. Also, the difference at 95th percentile was even bigger. To score 95th percentile, UK students had to score 2960 whereas for Australian and NZ students, they had to score a staggering 3060. Australia and NZ candidates are able to perform much better in the same test due to one major factor: their prep strategies were exponentially more effective and efficient than those in the UK.
In this FREE 2.5 Hour Webinar, iCanMed Advisor Ray, will be going through the key differences between the two cohorts, common mistakes made by students at every step of the preparation process and how to plan out and optimise prep instead through two key concepts: effectiveness and efficiency.
The webinar will cover:
- Why Australian/New Zealand students dominate UK students in UCAT every year
- Three preparation truths that will unlock super effective and efficient preparation
- Revealing the top 10 preparation mistakes that 95% of UCAT candidates make every year
- Detailed breakdown of sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 questions and how to solve them with a mini mock test
If you are serious about medicine, do not miss out on this webinar. Take our advice to put yourself ahead of others who are basically falling behind with every passing day.
iCanMed Results: Why You Should Listen to Us!
In UCAT ANZ 2020, iCanMed students dominated the test where approximately 53% of all the students who scored 90th to 99th percentile (i.e. top 10% of ALL candidates) used the iCanMed UCAT Course to prepare. 681 iCanMed students scored at least 3000 or higher. Even more impressive, approximately 71% of all the students who scored 96th (3070) to 99th (at least 3220) percentile (i.e. top 4% of ALL candidates) were iCanMed students.