HUMAT Preparation 2024

Prepare for the Humanitas University entrance exam with our course starting on the 8th of January 2024.

Updated January 29, 2024

About Course

Humanitas University collaborated with specialists from the University of Cambridge, Imperial College, University of Oxford Medical School, and Leeds Medical School in order to develop a new admission exam called the HUMAT. Through it’s new admission test, the university aims to discover bright individuals who have excellent scientific thinking, critical thinking, and academic literacy abilities, regardless of their educational background.

Why take our course?

  • 20 hours of live lessons
  • 4 hours of HUMAT simulations
  • Track your progress in real time with post lesson testing
  • Access to professor written materials
  • Interact with our tutors who already aced the exam
  • Practice with thousands of questions by unlocking our Quizz platform for a year
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Course Content


  • Introduction to the HUMAT

1. Scientific Thinking

1.1 Procedural Thinking
Procedural thinking is a way of thinking that is organized, sequential, and logical.

1.2 Mathematical Thinking
Mathematical thinking is a technique of looking at things that involves reducing them to their most basic components, whether numerical, structural, or logical, and then examining the underlying patterns.

1.3 Visual Thinking
Visual thinking is a method of cognition that involves visual processing.

2. Academic Literacy

2.1 Critical Thinking Skills

2.2 Local & Global Expeditious Reading

2.3 Word and Sentence Level Processes

3. End Of Course Mock Exam

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