A practice question for the UMAT.
As of the 24th of September 2017, UMAT has now been replaced by the University Clinical Aptitude Test – UCAT.
To find out more about the change to UCAT, please read our post: UMAT replaced by UCAT for 2019.
The left group of 4 boxes that form the large square shifts 2 right and 1 up after each step on the grid. The right group of diagonal boxes moves 2 left and 2 down on the grid. Keep in mind that when the grid reaches the top or bottom, it continues again from the opposite side!
These questions are what you can expect in a UMAT exam. Matrix UMAT has an interactive classroom approach which allows you to gain the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for success in the UMAT exam.
Find out how Matrix can help you prepare for the UMAT exam with their Matrix UMAT Preparation Course.