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UMAT Exam Notes

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This is a UMAT revision guide that covers all 3 aspects of the exam with examples.

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They involve reading a passage of text, generally on a scientific topic, and answering a series of questions based solely on the information provided. An example comprehension/logical reasoning question is as follows (ignore the coloured circles for now, they're part of the explanation below): Parasitic wasps lay their eggs directly into the eggs of various host insects in exactly the right numbers for any suitable size of host egg. If they laid too many eggs in a host egg, the developing wasp larvae would compete with each other to the death for nutrients and space. If too few eggs were laid, portions of the host egg would decay, killing the wasp larvae. Which of the following conclusions can properly be drawn from the information above (A) The size of the smallest host egg that a wasp could theoretically parasitize can be determined from the wasp's egg-laying be...
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