2-Day UCAT Workshop
- Covers all 5 UCAT subtests
- Run by Expert Doctors
- Formal Instruction & Group Learning
- Over 1000 5-star reviews
- Medical Entrance Interview advice
Our program has been carefully crafted to cover the key strategies to UCAT success, in a fun, engaging and interactive environment.
Learn and master the thinking skills tested in the UCAT
Our new platform is ready with the exams, drills and questions to get you prepared
- Practice the five UCAT question subtests using MedEntry's online platform that exactly simulates the live UCAT test day experience.
- Guides, video guides and solutions show you exactly how to approach each question in UCAT. This will ensure you will see real progress as you work through the resources.
All that you need
The course aims to demonstrate the best principles and strategies needed to succeed in the UCAT. Students attending the workshop attempt short mini-tests in each UCAT section to give the students hands-on experience and allow the lecturer to clearly demonstrate the application of speed and accuracy techniques to each type of question found in the UCAT.
Students will also attempt a further full length test on a simulated computer platform at a specific time, exactly as in the real UCAT.
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Dr. Ray Boyapati
MBBS (1st Class), MD (Research, Edinburgh), FRACP (General Medicine, Gastroenterology & Hepatology)
Your perfect UCAT and medical entrance mentor.
- Highly awarded consultant physician
- 100th percentile in UMAT (now UCAT)
- Inside knowledge of the UCAT
Ray is a gastroenterologist, hepatologist & endoscopist at Monash Health and is a Senior Lecturer and coordinator at Monash University. He received the 100th percentile in the UMAT (now UCAT) and received a 99.90 ATAR. He subsequently graduated medicine with first class honours.
Ray spent years in the United Kingdom while completing his doctorate in Edinburgh and has an inside and deep knowledge of the UCAT, which was originally from the UK. He is a highly sought-after speaker and has successfully taught pyschometric testing methods to thousands of (now) medical students (many of whom he has subsequently taught in medical school or are now his colleagues).