For senior students who are preparing for university including Medicine and Health and Science entry.
The UMAT has been running in some form since 1991 to provide additional input to help select students with the qualities required to successfully study Medicine and the Health sciences.These qualities include: critical thinking and problem solving, ability to understand people, and abstract non-verbal reasoning.
Each year, the UMAT is held on a single day in two sessions (morning or afternoon), usually during late July with results released in mid-September. This year, 2017, nearly all Topscore Education students have continued the success of the past two years by scoring in the percentile range of 85 – 99, including two on 97. This is due to small groups on our Sunday sessions and highly personalised approach to the three areas.
A candidate’s UMAT score consists of three numbers, one raw score for each section of the test, not a percentage, as well as a percentile ranking for each section.
For example, if a candidate was given the raw scores for Sections 1, 2, and 3 as 55, 60, 65 respectively, their overall score would be 179-181 and their percentile approximately 90.
Classes for 2018 are commencing in Term 4, 2017. As places are very limited, book your place now by ticking “UMAT Preparation” in the application form.
Please check the timetable below
UMAT Preparation Timetable for 2017