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The Undergraduate Medical and Health Science Admissions Test (UMAT) is a test that is specifically designed to contribute to the selection process for students aiming to enter undergraduate degrees in areas such as Medicine, Dentistry, and Health Sciences at an undergraduate level.
Students must follow one of two pathways in order to study Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at university: the undergraduate entry pathway or the postgraduate entry pathway. For students who want to pursue careers in the industries mentioned above, one of the major questions they need to ask themselves is: “Which pathway of medical entrance in Australia should I choose?”
The UMAT is now used as an entry requirement for medical and health science courses in New Zealand at University of Auckland and University of Otago. However the structure of the courses in New Zealand are slightly different to universities in Australia.
The HPAT – Health Professions Admissions Test is the UMAT equivalent for students wishing to gain admissions into Medicine and Health Sciences in Ireland. It is structured exactly like the UMAT:
- Section 1: Logical Reasoning & Problem Solving
- Section 2: Interpersonal Understanding
- Section 3: Non-verbal Reasoning