UCAT Decision Making Tips & Techniques
Advice & Insight From UCAT Specialists
6 Question Types
Contrary to the majority of practice questions available online (which only focus on two or three question types), there are 6 different question types that collectively form UCAT Decision Making. Ensure that you have a good understanding and tailored techniques for each of these:
Official Practice + ....................
With Decision Making being the newest of the UCAT Sections, there are fewer representative questions available. Prioritise the Official Practice Questions, as well as considering other tests eg. TSA & GCSE Bitesize which overlap in content and question style.
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Time Is Your Friend
With (an average of) 64 seconds/question, Decision Making is arguably the least time restricted section. Nonetheless, this is counteracted by significant variability in question types as well as a range of common pitfalls. Our UCAT Courses are focused on building your awareness of these common pitfalls that are repeated year on year.
Venn Diagrams are one of the 6 main question types in UCAT Decision Making. It is essential to feel confident extrapolating the following from any given Venn Diagram:
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