Practice Tests and Question Banks

These example questions and practice tests are produced by the UCAT Consortium and are representative of the live test.  We recommend you use these official materials to prepare for your test.  Don't forget to read the Practice Tips before you start using the practice tests as these contain important information regarding the on-screen calculator and keyboard shortcuts available which you should be aware of before you begin.    

QUESTION BANKS

The question banks contain hundreds of example questions from all five subtests. Use these to familiarise yourself with the type of questions you will see in your test. Answer rationales are also provided for all questions.  These are intended to be viewed on desktop rather than mobile devices, so as to accurately reflect the live test experience.

Advice for Mac users sitting the UCAT Online

Shortcut key combinations in the live test may differ for candidates using a Mac to sit the UCAT Online at home.  Please refer to the keyboard shortcuts section on the Practice Tips page

 

OFFICIAL MOBILE APP

Download the UCAT Official mobile app for Apple and Android users. This cannot replicate all question types from the live test but is a useful preparation tool to complement our other resources.  You can practise questions on the go and it's great for when you only have a few moments to squeeze in some UCAT preparation. Please note you must turn off 'Dark Mode' on your phone for the App to display questions correctly!

PRACTICE TESTS

An essential part of your preparation should be using the official UCAT tests under timed conditions.  These are intended to be viewed on desktop rather than mobile devices, so as to accurately reflect the live test experience. Please note that when you take the live test your correct and incorrect answers will not be reported.

Advice for Mac users sitting the UCAT Online

Shortcut key combinations in the live test may differ for candidates using a Mac to sit the UCAT Online at home.  Please refer to the keyboard shortcuts section on the Practice Tips page