Lamphey, UK ( prfree ) May 23, 2013 - The UKCAT aspirants unable to access UKCAT resources for financial issues need not worry further - UKCAT Help has come up with the assurance of effective UKCAT exam preparation for all UKCAT candidates, regardless of financial position. The site extends free UKCAT practice test facility online.
UKCAT exam is the entry level examination in the dental and medical schools in UK. The test checks the aptitude capacity of the candidates and is conducted a year prior to the targeted time of application in medicine course.
UKCAT Help is an initiative by a team of medical students and doctors whose principal goal is to make the medical study more accessible for people from all backgrounds. The site was founded last year in 2012.
"We do understand that most of the UKCAT applicants cannot avail the UKCAT resources for financial issues which ultimately affect their exam preparation and score. We have founded UKCAT Help to find out ways which can help us in negating barriers involved in applying for medical courses from the underprivileged families", said the spokesperson from UKCAT Help while speaking about the idea behind the site.
Added to it he stressed that the medical students and professionals from the UKCAT Help team agreed that a repeated practice of UKCAT question papers would help the aspirants to enhance their UKCAT scores.
UKCAT Help has come up with more than 2,500 UKCAT questions for the free practice tests available from the site. The free tests extended from the site include 9 Quantitative Reasoning and 9 Verbal Reasoning tests.
"We had our focus on supporting the students with effective UKCAT preparation through our free mock test provisions. Thus, we have spent months researching on previous UKCAT questions to develop our own question database for the practice tests", said the founder member from UKCAT Help, "We sincerely hope that our free UKCAT practice tests would enable every UKCAT aspirant, regardless of background, to stay equally armed for this competitive exam".
For any further information on UKCAT Help, visit http://ukcathelp.org/