- Introduction to Verbal Reasoning
- Number scanning
- Future predictions
- Soft and strict qualifiers
- Not using your own knowledge
- Noun scanning
- How to keep improving
- To read or not to read
- How to guess
- Introduction to Decision Making
- Conclusion drawing
- Affirmative simplifying
- Converting fractions and percentages
- Shape equations
- Understanding Venn Diagrams
- Select the strongest argument
- Choose the Venn Diagram
- Logic puzzles
- All X in Group Y
- Who is better or more efficient?
- Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning FREE PREVIEW
- More 'than' and 'of' FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz: More 'than' and 'of' FREE PREVIEW
- Keep key facts FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz 3: Keep key facts FREE PREVIEW
- Discounting by a percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz 4: Discounting by a percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Reversing by a percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Reversing by a percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Dropping the zeroes FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz 6: Dropping zeroes FREE PREVIEW
- Speed, distance, time FREE PREVIEW
- Amount equalling a percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz 8: Amount equalling a Percentage FREE PREVIEW
- Guesstimating FREE PREVIEW
- Quiz 9: Guesstimating FREE PREVIEW
- Tax calculations FREE PREVIEW
- Mental arithmetic | percentages
- Time-zone timetables
- Essential Percentage Practice
- Table Shortcut | work with totals
- Introduction to Abstract Reasoning
- Pattern recognition - Numbers
- Pattern recognition - Edges
- Pattern recognition - Evens and odds
- Pattern recognition | overlaps
- Complete the statement questions
- Complete the series questions | cycling
- Set A or B type questions
- Introduction to Situational Judgement
- Appropriateness questions
- Teamwork and escalating concerns
- Importance questions
- Most and least questions
- Patient safety and honesty
- Special rules for medical students
Applied learning methodology
Rather than simply teaching you which questions appear in each subsection of the UCAT, we equip with the principles of how to approach questions in the UCAT. You can apply these principles along side our UCAT Question Bank. Along the way, you'll learn our hints and tips for getting quicker and becoming more confident with UCAT questions.
Being interactive is key to medical school application success! Therefore, even during our videos, you will find our team members asking you questions, requesting you to pause the video to write something down or recommending that you look up some additional material to enhance your learning.
Track your progress
As you go through the course, you will be able to track and monitor your progress. Additional quizzes and materials will become available for you to put your knowledge into practice and build your confidence.
Over the last 11 years, I have successfully guided students to become the doctors of tomorrow.
Based on my experience, I created theMSAG interview course. It has been running across the UK for the last 6 years. Last year, we had a 98% success rate among our interview applicants getting into medical school. My team of MSAG guides have taken the best of this content from the course. We have then distilled it into this fantastic e-learning resource.
Students do so much hard work to attend open days and get excellent work experience. But when I speak to admissions tutors, they tell us that students don’t deliver strong answers at interview. We find that this comes down to not knowing how to answer medical school interview questions. They have not received good advice on medical ethics, communication skills or duties of a good doctor. They may spend time on an interview question bank but don’t know how to deliver answers in a medicine interview.
So, I urge you to follow the advice of our guides in order to get the most out of the videos. It may be help on ethical scenarios or maintaining eye contact in role plays. Remember, that your questions will never be left unanswered, we are here to support you by answering your questions too. Please feel free to send us an email and we will always get back to you promptly. If you feel as though you would like further support, check out our website for all that we can offer you.
So, I think it’s about time to let you crack on with some videos. We appreciate that your journey towards a career in Medicine can be tough and lengthy. Don’t despair! Remember to continue working hard and staying committed. theMSAG will be available to guide you through the process.
As a doctor, it is my pleasure to help welcome new students into this rewarding career. I hope that you will enjoy watching this video series. I wish you the very best of luck on your journey!
TheMSAG has 11 years of experience & literally wrote the book on Medical school admissions. We’ve helped thousands of students over the past 6 years. Our UCAT (UKCAT) scriptwriters have over 3 years of experience in UCAT tutoring.
UCAT Script Writers
Mr. Philip Linnell is a professional tutor, who aspires to be the UK’s best tutor. He has helped over 1000 students in almost 20 different subjects, ranging from UCAT (UKCAT) to the GMAT, from Physics to Further Mathematics, and from the Oxford Thinking Skills Assessment to the Cambridge STEP paper. He consistently scores in the 99th percentile for these tests, having, for example, scored 780 out of 800 in the GMAT, a graduate-level test that includes Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning; this 99.9th percentile score was among the highest recorded in the UK. He has a First-Class Degree in English Literature from Lancaster University and a Masters in PPE from York University.
For the UCAT (UKCAT), Philip has tutored numerous pupils to successfully pass the test and has enjoyed seeing them progress on to become brilliant doctors and dentists. Philip himself scores consistently in the 3200-3400 range for the UCAT and has almost a decade of experience in creating useful and engaging study materials, fun online educational videos and comprehensively written resources.
Dr Kate Drewek, our in-team expert in all things UCAT (UKCAT), is a paediatrics trainee working in London. She has 3 years of experience in successfully tutoring students to improve their UCAT scores. She is also theMSAG interview manager, with 2 years of experience of organising and leading our successful interview courses across London, Birmingham and Manchester.
Dr Paul Grant is a Health Technology Consultant and Medical Educationalist and works at Brighton and Sussex medical school. He has supported people with the UCAT test for many years and has written questions for the UCAT online course, medical school exams and has been part of the MRCP question writing group.
Miss Roxanne Sutthakorn is a medical student at King's College London. She scored highly in her UCAT exam, particularly in the Quantitative Reasoning section. She writes questions for theMSAG UCAT Question bank.
Mr Graeme Larkin is a senior policy advisor in medical education for the British Medical Association. He is an experienced MSAG guide on our interview courses.
Dr Ashish Mandavia is the Products and Services Director of theMSAG. Having trained at Bristol Medical School, he sat on the interview panel at the University of Bristol for 2 years. He completed his foundation training in hospitals in London.
Mr Jasen Soopramanien is one of the Personal Statement managers at theMSAG. He is a fourth-year medical student at King's College London. He has 2 years of experience as one of the guides on our interview course.
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