Decision Making: Syllogisms

A syllogism is a method of logical reasoning used to derive a conclusion from two or more premises. Although the statements and conclusions may not make sense in reality, they…

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Decision Making: Logical Puzzles

Logical puzzles scenarios involve a large number of details which you must interpret in a format that is reasonable for yourself to understand. They can be nearly impossible to solve…

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What’s a Good UCAT Score?

Scoring Each of the first four sections, Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, and Abstract Reasoning, are scored together. The lowest score you can achieve in each section is 300,…

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How to Use the UCAT Calculator

The following diagram demonstrates the format of the UCAT calculator, annotated with functions and usage of each key. Adapted from: http://questions.ukcat.ac.uk/pages/calculator-ti108.aspx KeysNotes on operations+ / -Function: Toggles back and forth…

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