FREE UCAT WEBINAR:
After surveying hundreds of our own ICM students who scored 95th percentile or higher in UCAT 2022, we found that they spent an average of 250 hours preparing for the UCAT. However, it wasn’t just about the amount of time they spent on preparation—how they distributed their prep time and what they did during their UCAT study were also important factors that led to their exam-day success.
And of course, poor organisation or bad time management will also affect your ability to perform your best at school/university.
To help students succeed, iCanMed has broken down 100,000 UCAT exam questions to identify the key question types that are asked every year. By analysing trends and gaining a full understanding of how the exam works, we've developed rock-solid preparation strategies and plans that enabled our iCanMed students to average a 90th percentile, and a quarter of our students to score in the 95th+ percentile range (top 5%).
In these 1.5-hour webinars, we will be:
1. Identifying the most common mistakes that cause students to waste valuable UCAT time
2. Outlining optimal methods for preparing for the UCAT (minimum time, maximum return)
3. Sitting a short mock test, followed by live step-by-step teaching of the most commonly-asked questions
4. Explaining why most students who wait until Term 2 to start UCAT preparation have an extremely high chance of failure
iCanMed Results: Why You Should Listen to Us!
In UCAT 2022, iCanMed students dominated the test, where our students averaged 92nd percentile and over 30% of our students scored in the 95th–99th percentile range.
Almost 1000 students have already chosen to use iCanMed to help them achieve UCAT success on the 2023–24 exam. As the thought leaders in UCAT preparation and teaching, the free workshops we offer are designed to help every candidate gain the necessary insights to achieve their best results and gain entry into their dream course.
Check out more free events at https://icanmed.com.au/events