Asia’s Premier UKCAT Test Prep Centre

Ace the UKCAT with Prep Zone Academy

Founded by INSEAD alumni in 2006, Prep Zone is Asia’s largest and most acclaimed UKCAT preparation and application consulting service. Our self-crafted, unique teaching methodology, founded on lifetime access to classes and learning in small groups, has been heralded across the Asian test-prep industry as a new breakthrough standard. Our preparation courses are utilised by thousands of students every year in Singapore as well as countries across Asia.

Registration opened on 1 May for UKCAT 2018. Testing begins on 2 July 2018 Contact us now, and our friendly consultants will get in touch with you.

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Experienced Trainer

Our UKCAT trainers are all graduates from top universities around the world. We have successfully coached hundreds of UKCAT candidates over the years.

Unlimited Group Class

Once signed up, you will have life-time access to our UKCAT group classes. You can also attend a class multiple times, allowing you to catch up on what you might have missed out.

Unmatched Flexibility

Our individual sessions are customised to your needs, and will be rescheduled as many time as necessary to accommodate your busy schedule.

Online Learning

If you cannot attend the classes physically, we offer the option to deliver the classes online. You will get the same experience with physical classroom learning.

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Students planning to pursue medicine or dentistry in the UK at the undergraduate level are required to take either the UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test) or the BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Test) as an admissions test. Although more schools use the UKCAT for admissions, many candidates take both the tests in order to maximize their choice from a larger university pool (the tests cannot be substituted for each other).

Students are only allowed to take both exams once per admission cycle. The results from each exam are valid for only the admissions cycle in which the exam was taken, or for one or more than one year (for students applying as deferred entries).

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