Singapore’s #1 UCAT Preparation Centre Since 2006

Prepare for the UCAT (UKCAT) with Prep Zone Academy

Free Intro Seminar, April 13thAttend a UCAT trial class

UNLIMITED GROUP MEMBERSHIP


Our Unlimited UKCAT Group Course Membership gives you access to one year’s worth of UKCAT group classes! Attend the UKCAT course as many times as you need to ensure your readiness.

AMAZING TRACK RECORD


We have an amazing track record of students who have scored very well after taking our UKCAT course. It is not uncommon for us to see our students scoring in the 90th percentile or higher and getting into their targeted medical school.

EXPERIENCED & DEDICATED TRAINERS


Our veteran UKCAT trainers are all graduates from top universities around the world. We have successfully coached hundreds of UKCAT candidates over the years.

FULLY PERSONALISED CALENDAR


For individual UKCAT course, your calendar will be fully personalised to fit your academic performance and your requirements. Enjoy a customised UKCAT course that works around your hectic schedule. You can even have your sessions online!

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UKCAT to UCAT

As of 2019, UKCAT is known as UCAT. Even though the name has changed, the test content and scope remains the same for the time being. Our UCAT team will update you if there’s any big changes happening to the test.

Meanwhile, if you are keen on finding out more about the UCAT specifics, we have an intro coming up on Feb 16th!

UCAT/BMAT Prep & Medical School Intro Seminar
Sat, April 13th, 1:00-3:00pm
Rochester Mall

Read more & Sign up here

Foreword

UKCAT or BMAT?

Students planning to pursue medicine or dentistry in the UK at the undergraduate level are required to take either the UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test) or the BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Test) as an admissions test. Although more schools use the UKCAT for admissions, many candidates take both the tests in order to maximize their choice from a larger university pool (the tests cannot be substituted for each other).

Students are only allowed to take both exams once per admission cycle. The results from each exam are valid for only the admissions cycle in which the exam was taken, or for one or more than one year (for students applying as deferred entries).

Getting started

UKCAT Calendar

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