Ucat Iframe In Elementor
Section 1. Verbal Reasoning:
Looks at your ability to think logically about written information. You will have 21 minutes to answer 44 questions.
Section 2. Decision Making:
Looks at your ability to apply logic to reach a decision or conclusion, evaluate arguments and analyse statistical information. You will have 31 minutes to answer 29 questions.
Section 3. Quantitative Reasoning:
Looks at your ability to solve numerical problems. You will have 24 minutes to answer 36 questions.
Section 4. Abstract Reasoning:
Looks at your ability to identify patterns and relationships between shapes. You will have 13 minutes to answer 55 questions.
Section 5. Situational Judgement:
Assesses your judgement regarding healthcare related scenarios. You will have 26 minutes to answer 69 questions.
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