UKCAT Decision Making

Questions: 29
Timing: 31 minutes + 1 minute to read instructions
Scoring: 300-900

Decision Making questions are designed to test your ability to apply logic and make valid inferences and deductions.

Questions are individual items with their own text or visual data, and most questions are multiple choice with 4 answer choices (one of which is correct).

Some questions have 'drag and drop' answers which come in five parts, and require you to answer all five parts correctly for a mark.

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