The UCAT, or University Clinical Aptitude Test, is a test that is required for admission into many medical schools. It is a multiple-choice test that covers a variety of topics, including verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and abstract reasoning.
The UCAT is a difficult test, and many students wonder which subtest is the hardest. In this blog post, we will take a look at the hardest UCAT subtest.
What is The Hardest UCAT Subtest?
The hardest subtest on the UCAT exam is the verbal reasoning subtest.
The average score for this subtest is consistently below 600 for the past few years.
It is a tricky subtest that requires you to evaluate 11 passages (with 4 questions each) in 21 minutes, which is around 28 seconds per question.
A close second is the decision-making subtest!