UKCAT Test Format
The UKCAT paper is divided into 5 sections:-
Situational Judgement Test
What is the UKCAT test like?
It is a 2 hour long online test. The UKCAT is divided into five sections. The questions are in the MCQ format.
To see what an online test looks like, take the familiarity tour.
What does each UKCAT Section test?
- Verbal Reasoning – assesses your ability to read and think logically about information presented in a passage.
- Quantitative Reasoning – assesses your ability to solve numerical problems.
- Abstract Reasoning – assesses your ability to identify patterns amongst abstract shapes.
- Decision Analysis – assesses your ability to decipher codes and make decisions with ambiguous information.
- Situational Judgement Test – assess your handling of situations related to the work environment.
How to prepare for the UKCAT?
Although there is no syllabus to learn or revise, the UKCAT is a tightly timed test that needs serious preparation. Practise sample tests to familiarise yourself with the different question style of each section, the MCQ format and the online testing environment.
If you have never sat for an online test before and are apprehensive about the whole experience, sit for a simulated online UKCAT test.