The UCAT is an exam that medical and dental students must undertake in order to gain access to select UK and Australian Universities! I wrote tons of UCAT questions in the past to practice from and now I’m making them available for free on my website!

The UCAT Tools Question Bank contains 200+ fresh UCAT questions to help students practice abstract reasoning, situational judgement, verbal reasoning, decision making, and quantitative reasoning.

You can practice each set in timed and un-timed test conditions. Scroll down for more information!

Frequently Asked Questions


Where are the questions from?

The majority of questions were written by myself from scratch, however, some questions were adapted and modified from older question banks.

Is this the full test interface?

No, but we’re getting there. I created this page so students could practice the UCAT exam while I work on releasing a more robust learning environment, complete with customizable tests, progress reports, and much more.

Even after our full test interface is ready, this page will still remain live and totally free.

How to stay updated?

Once ready, we will announce it on our YouTube Page, and exactly where you can register!

Differences between this and test day exam?

This is ideally designed for question practice. The scratchpad is absent from this tool. For now, use this to familiarise yourself with the styles of questions they like to ask.

Can I use keyboard shortcuts?

The keyboard shortcuts work exactly the same as in the real test. 

Next question = CTRL + N

Next Previous = CTRL + P

End Test = CTRL + E

We encourage familiarising yourself with these shortcuts as they will drastically improve your timing and efficiency.

Error in a questions

If one of the questions is incorrectly written, or the answer isn’t exactly what you thought, the easiest way to alert me of this is to put it in the comment section below. Just let me know which subtest and question it is, and what you think the answer should be.

If you haven’t done so already, read our guides on the individual subtest before using the question bank!


There are fantastic resources out there but here’s my favourites!


An amazing website for med students to revise for exams, they also offer a free UCAT question bank of over 3000 questions! Truly amazing database of test accurate questions, all for free! Please go show them some love!

Official UCAT

The UCAT website has a number of question databases. They have both question bank, and practise tests! The practice question bank help familiarise yourself with question types whereas the practice tests are best left closer to your exam so you can do timed revision.

Be weary of some questions however, especially in the abstract reasoning and quantitative reasoning sections. These may be out of date. If the questions feel long-winded and overly complicated, it isn’t guaranteed but it might be a dated question.

UCAT sets in the real exam, especially quantitative reasoning are typically easier and quicker to interrogate than official practice questions.

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1 year ago

VR PRACTICE SET 3 Q1 where does it say that

11 months ago

DM PRACTICE SET 2 QUESTION 3: The answer is stated as C; in the reasoning for the answer, B is stated as the correct answer and C as incorrect. Please clarify the discrepancy.

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