Practice Tests and Question Banks
These example questions and practice tests are produced by the UCAT Consortium and are representative of the live test. We recommend you use these official materials to prepare for your test. Don't forget to read the information about the Test Tools before you start, as it explains how to use the on-screen calculator and keyboard shortcuts.
Although introduced to Australia and New Zealand in 2019, the UCAT has been used for over 12 years in the UK under the historic test name UKCAT. These UCAT preparation materials represent the content of the UCAT ANZ test and should be used to familiarise yourself with the test format and to prepare for the test. As practice materials are compiled from previous test questions, there may be a higher proportion of questions with a UK context than you will see in the UCAT ANZ.
Use these five question banks to familiarise yourself with the type of questions you will see in your test. Each subtest bank contains a large number of questions which you may wish to attempt over several practice sessions.
Your progress through the question bank is not retained for future visits. It is therefore advisable to make a note of which questions you have attempted.
These questions are intended to be viewed on desktop rather than mobile devices, so as to accurately reflect the live test experience.
An essential part of preparation as you near your test date should be using the four official UCAT practice tests under timed conditions. These are available in the standard UCAT ANZ and extended UCATANZ SEN timings. We cannot offer practice tests with the timings in the UCATANZ SA, UCATANZ SEN10 or UCATSENSA but there are untimed versions you can utilise.
The practice tests are not set up to save your result or provide a score. The final review screen shows which of your answers are correct / incorrect. From this screen, you can return to each question to see the correct answer and display the answer rationale (by clicking the ‘Explain Answer’ button). Please note that when you take the live test your correct and incorrect answers will not be reported.
These are intended to be viewed on desktop rather than mobile devices, so as to accurately reflect the live test experience.