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Is it worth creating a question bank for the UCAT?
« on: August 14, 2019, 05:14:48 pm »
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Hello there! I'm wondering if it is worth the time and effort to compile all the questions I have gotten incorrect and use them to revise closer to the UCAT date. I know this is commonly done in relation to subjects, but I'm not sure how helpful it will be in regards to the UCAT, especially since it's very time management-based, not just skill-based. Is it enough to go through why I got the question wrong - I mean do I really need to write down the questions I get wrong to look at later to see better improvement? If anyone could share any strategies they used to revise for the UCAT, that would be great too!
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Re: Is it worth creating a question bank for the UCAT?
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2019, 07:23:04 pm »
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Hello there! I'm wondering if it is worth the time and effort to compile all the questions I have gotten incorrect and use them to revise closer to the UCAT date. I know this is commonly done in relation to subjects, but I'm not sure how helpful it will be in regards to the UCAT, especially since it's very time management-based, not just skill-based. Is it enough to go through why I got the question wrong - I mean do I really need to write down the questions I get wrong to look at later to see better improvement? If anyone could share any strategies they used to revise for the UCAT, that would be great too!

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