The Mock Exam Day is a free, worldwide online UCAT Trial Exam. Get your mock UCAT score and rank yourself against your peers for free.
1 May 2019: Registrations Open
19 May 2019: Exam Live 4PM-10PM
(must be logged on and sit the full 2 hour exam during this time)
21 May 2019: Results Released via email
What is the 2019 UCAT MED?
The 2019 UCAT Mock Exam Day is for UCAT exam participants to test their skills before the official exam. The UCAT MED will allow students to sit a trial exam with all 5 subtests under the same time constraints as the real exam. It’s invaluable opportunity to review your performance against your peers before the real UCAT exam.
How do I sit the exam?
When do I sit the exam?
You can begin the exam at any time between 4pm and 10pm AEST on Sunday 19 May 2019. The exam will run for two hours.
When do I receive my results?
You will receive your results on Tuesday 21 May 2019.
Will I get a UCAT score?
Yes! We will provide you with an estimate of your UCAT score as well as a percentile rank that shows how you performed against everyone else who sat the exam.
How much does it cost?
Do I have to be a Matrix student?
No, this is open for anyone. Yay!
Can I still do the exam after the day?
The 2019 UCAT Trial Exam is a live exam that can only be taken during the test window. You will not be able to sit the exam after 10pm on Sunday 19 May 2019.
What is Learnable?
Learnable is the platform that supports UCAT Masterclass. It contains UCAT Masterclass Online content such as quizzes and exams. It will also be used to host the 2019 UCAT MED.
What if I already have a Learnable account?
You’re all set! Log in on the day to sit the exam.
I have a question – who do I contact?
Email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
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