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UCAT Courses

Purchasing either the Platinum Package or the Diamond Package includes your attendance in a 2 day UCAT course.

For details on how to purchase, please refer to

Once you have purchased a package, click on 'Login' on the top right of the website and enter your username and password. Then click on the Bookings button and follow the prompts. 

If you are enrolling in the Platinum Package as an individual, you will be able to choose your preferred date prior to purchase. If you have enrolled in the Platinum Package with a group discount, all group members need to have enrolled before you can book your course. 

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The cost depends on the package you choose to buy, whether it is the Standard Platinum, Group Platinum, or Diamond Package. Note that all packages also include access to an extensive system of online resources, which are essential to get the most out of the workshop.

More details about the various MedEntry packages available can be found on our packages page.

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If you have not booked in advance, don’t worry. You can come and pay on the day, even if it is shown as ‘Full’ (Cash only please: cheques are not accepted; there are no credit/debit card facilities at the venue). 

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Please enrol in a UCAT Course that is available. UCAT Courses are added periodically and you can easily change the date of your Course later (see the FAQ "Can I change the date of my Course" for more details).

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We encourage you to attend a MedEntry UCAT Preparation Workshop. 

But don't just take our word for it, check out the hundreds of glowing Google and Facebook reviews of our workshops posted by our happy and successful students. We have more and higher ratings than every university! MedEntry's Sydney, Melbourne and Ireland offices have over 1300 reviews at a star rating of about 4.8+, far exceeding that of any university.

Three of the main benefits of the MedEntry workshop are:

  1. Learn strategies for approaching the UCAT questions

The study guides on the online LMS (Learning Management System) do provide detailed approaches to different UCAT question types, but it is always more effective to be taught this information than simply to read it yourself – after all, according to the psychiatrist William Glasser, we learn 10% of what we read, but 50% of what we see and hear!

The UCAT workshop highlights what kind of approaches to questions are the most important, and what types of UCAT questions are the most common. This allows you to make the most of all the resources provided by MedEntry, and perform as well as possible on the UCAT. In evaluations, MedEntry students say that they either did not use the resources on the LMS, or did not know how to efficiently and effectively use them, until they attended a MedEntry UCAT Preparation Workshop.

Additionally, some inside knowledge and information that is not available elsewhere is provided at the UCAT workshop. You will also find that many of the skills that you learn at the UCAT workshop are transferrable, and useful for school and university study.

  1. Motivation 

Attending a MedEntry UCAT Preparation Workshop provides motivation to perform well on the UCAT, as it can make the whole UCAT process feel clearer and more real.

You will also interact with students with similar interests and passions. This is a fantastic opportunity for developing your thinking and forming new friendships and study groups, as well as a great source of motivation.

  1. Mini-tests, and a further full-length online trial exam

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.

This is immensely helpful for a number of reasons:

- You will have a much better idea of what to expect from the experience of sitting the actual UCAT exam.

- You will be able to see how your scores compare to fellow MedEntry students, and how they are predicted to compare to those of everyone taking the exam.

- You will be able to determine your strengths and weaknesses; on what sections you need to focus the most, how to plan your UCAT preparation, and how to plan your approach in the UCAT itself. Remember that wherever you are currently at is just a starting point; it’s incredible what it is possible to achieve with practice – and MedEntry provides all the resources to allow you to practice in the most effective way possible!

Further benefits of the MedEntry UCAT workshop include:

  • Learn how to use the LMS efficiently and effectively
  • Invest in your future by enhancing your thinking skills that will be useful throughout your career
  • Interact with other like-minded students which will help develop your thinking skills
  • Discuss numerous past UCAT questions and efficient, effective and elegant ways of arriving at the answer

Attending a MedEntry UCAT Preparation Workshop is an invaluable opportunity that will allow you to achieve your best score possible on the UCAT.

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The UCAT and interview preparation courses are run by doctors and professors with decades of teaching experience and UCAT expertise.

Our primary lecturer Dr Edward is an academic with over thirty years of experience teaching in Australian universities. He has published several articles on educational research, delivered numerous papers/keynote addresses at several international Teaching and Learning Conferences. He has received numerous awards for teaching excellence. He has a long-standing interest in Psychometric measurement and spent time at educational research institutes such as the ETS (Princeton, USA), NFER (Slough, UK), and EAA (UNSW, Australia). Ed also lectured at several universities in various countries such as Brazil, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, USA and UK. He has been a Consultant and an Expert Witness for several organisations.

Dr Edward has been training students for tests such as the UCAT for over two decades. Among his successful students include his own children, both of whom were offered places in all medical schools in Australia and were awarded the Monash Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement (awarded to the best incoming student each year). They also received numerous other awards, accolades and achievements such as the "Youth of the Year" (State winners & National Finalists in 2001 and 2003); Premier's Awards; Australian Students Prizes for Excellence; School Captains of Selective Entry Schools; Academic rank of 99.9; "Achiever of the Year" (awarded for the most outstanding co-curricular and community involvement to a Year 13 student each year); Gold Medals in the University of NSW International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS); numerous awards for excellence in public speaking; Caltex Best All-rounder Awards; State level Debaters; perfect scores in UCAT; graduation in Medicine with First Class Honours etc.

They are not only the youngest doctors to be accepted into the training programs of the most competitive of medical specialties, but have also won medals for obtaining the top score in the country in the specialist training theory and clinical exams held by Royal Colleges (eg., see RACP News, Vol 32, No 2, April 2012, p27). His daughter won an unprecedented three medals in the nationwide Fellowship exams ('The Mole' ACD Issue 102, Spring 2014, p 8, 18; Health Link, Dec 2014 Issue 19, p 14). They are both currently working as Consultant Specialists. Dr Edward will aim to pass on to you the advice he gave his children which contributed to their unparalleled success. Dr Edward comes from a family of 28 doctors over four generations.

Dr Edward is a member of International Society for Intelligence Research, International Test Commission and an invited member of numerous professional organisations related to psychometric, educational, aptitude and personality testing. He is also Practice Manager of a Medical Centre and has a wide knowledge of the health profession and health-related issues.

Other lecturers who runs the MedEntry UCAT courses have similar background and expertise.

View endorsements on Dr Edward and the MedEntry UCAT courses.

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A timetable is available for the UCAT Course.

Starting and finishing times are subject to change so you should refer to the email that is sent to you before your UCAT course for exact times.

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Please check your confirmation email for the times that the workshops commence and end, or contact MedEntry. 

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Please remember to bring:

  • Your UCAT course confirmation email (note: if you do not have this, you may still be allowed to attend the course)
  • Your lunch, morning tea etc.
  • Pens and paper
  • A calculator
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To find out which UCAT course you are enrolled in, please follow these steps:

  1. Login into the MedEntry website by clicking "My Medentry Login" link on the right hand top corner
  2. Click on "Order history"
  3. From the resulting page, click on "Click here for more details"
  4. You should be able to view your UCAT course date and location under the heading "booked event details"
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If a UCAT Course is shown as "Full" and you feel that is the only UCAT Course that you can attend due to other commitments, please enrol in another "Open" UCAT Course and email us with a request to transfer you to the UCAT Course shown as "Full".

We will make every effort to ensure that your request is accommodated.

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Yes, you can change the date of your UCAT Course, as long as the UCAT Course you would like to move into is not full.

In order to change the UCAT Course that you are enrolled in to a different course, please follow these steps:

  1. Login into the MedEntry website by clicking "Login" on the top right 
  2. Click on "Bookings"
  3. You should be able to view your UCAT course date and location under the heading "booked event details"
  4. Follow the prompts to move into your desired course 
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Please do not panic. There is no need to phone us either.

Please simply send an email letting us know which course you would like to attend instead, and we will arrange it for you.

Similarly, if you are unable to join the course at the start time, there is no need to call. Just enter when you can.

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If you prefer to attend a UCAT course with a smaller class size, please contact MedEntry and we will let you know which courses are less heavily booked. 

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There could be several reasons that you have not received your course notification email:

  • Your email address is incorrect
    • Emails are sent to Course attendees in the day or two prior to the event
    • Please verify your email address by logging into your MedEntry Account and choosing the Edit Profile icon
  • The notification email has gone into your “Junk/Spam Mail” folder
    • Please check your “Junk/Spam Mail” folder in your email account
  • You enrolled in the course after the emails were sent.
  • You have not booked your course. To find out which UCAT course you are enrolled in, please follow these steps:
    • Login into the MedEntry website.
    • Click on "Bookings"
    • You should be able to view your UCAT course date and location under the heading "booked event details"

If you have not received your Course notification email and you have booked the course, your name will be present on the attendance list at the venue.

If you have not received your Course notification email and you have not booked the course, please log in to your MedEntry account and book your course (See FAQ - How do I book a 2 day MedEntry UCAT Course?) Once you have booked your course, your name will appear in our system.

In either case, please read the following FAQs pertaining to the course:

  • What is the exact location of the UCAT Courses?
  • What is the content of the UCAT courses?
  • What should I bring to the UCAT course?
  • What time do the UCAT Courses commence and end?

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