Medicine and Dental Applicants – Preparing for the UCAT Exam

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Medic Mentor are thrilled to share that they’ve got everything in place to ensure students are fully supported in their preparation for the UCAT exam. They have lined up talks from some incredibly successful UCAT students who achieved scores in the top 10% nationwide. Providing real UCAT example questions lined up and structured advice on how to tackle them effectively,  insights and strategies will be shared for mastering the exam all at the Get Into Conferences.


Alongside the personal statement, interviews and your academics, the UCAT is undoubtedly one of the critical factors that can determine the outcome of student’s application. Which is why it’s important for students to attend the upcoming ‘Get Into’ conferences.


Register for the Get Into Medicine Conference on:
Sunday 17th March, 9:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 24th March from 9:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 14th April from 9:30am – 3:30pm

Register for the Get Into Dentistry Conference on Saturday 23rd March, 9:30am – 3:30pm:

At this conference, a chief mentor will delve into the intricacies of strategically choosing the correct universities, creating a standout personal statement that reflects unique journey and aspirations along with the other crucial aspects of the UCAS application, like the UCAT entrance exam, Work Experience and more.


The following topics will also explored:
– Tactically choosing universities
– Entrance Exams: UCAT and UCATSEN
-Exam techniques and sample questions from each UCAT section
-UCAT shortcuts and timeline
-Best UCAT preparation techniques
– Medical school interview skills
– Medical Leadership Programmes
– Medical Awards Programmes
– Extracurricular activities
– Work experience
– Building a medical CV
– Applying for scholarships to study medicine


The aim is to equip aspiring medical and dental students with the tools to sidestep common mistakes and pitfalls and ace their application to university. Students aged 14 – 18 are invited to attend with a parent or guardian, equipped with a working camera and microphone.

For those who can’t make it to the next upcoming conference, don’t worry. Medic Mentor host these events nearly every weekend to ensure everyone has access to vital information for their applications.