Can You Resit the UCAT?

You can only sit the UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test), previously known as the UKCAT, once per year. If you do not get the score you want, you can still try applying to universities that are less competitive. Another option is to have a year out and then sit the UCAT again next year. If you’re worried about not achieving a sufficient score for your first-choice universities, get in touch with our team of first-rate, expert UCAT Tutors, all of whom are hand-picked from the UK’s top Biomedical departments. We can match you up with a tutor perfectly suited to your needs using our AI smart-match algorithm. They will help prepare you for any of the five sections of the exam, teaching you methods to tackle any of the common question styles that typically appear.