Published on 6th October 2017 by lauram

Wondering what the final UCAT scores are? You’ve come to the right place!

This year, 24,844 candidates sat the UKCAT – and the official UKCAT website has just released the final UKCAT scores, so you can use the tables below to see how competitive your score is.

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### What are the final UKCAT scores for 2018 entry?

In the table below, you can see the mean UKCAT scores for 2017 – and also compare them with previous years.

Remember that:

• In 2015, the test consisted of Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Decision Analysis and the total score ranged from 1200 to 3600.
• In 2016 the test comprised of Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning – and the total score ranged from 900 to 2700.

Verbal Reasoning Decision MakingQuantitative ReasoningAbstract ReasoningDecision AnalysisTotal Score
2017 (end of testing)570647695629N/A2540
2016 (end of testing)573N/A690630N/A1893
2015 (end of testing)577N/A6856406292531

### Final UKCAT Scores: Which decile am I in?

You can also see which decile your score falls into in the table below. Each decile represents 10% of candidates based on their overall test performance. For example, the first decile represents a score at the 10th percentile; the second decile represents a score at the 20th percentile, and so on.

Decile2017 (end of testing)2016 (end of testing)2015 (end of testing)
1st 223016402210
2nd234017302330
3rd242017902410
4th248018502470
5th254018902540
6th260019402600
7th267019902660
8th275020602740
9th286021502840

### Final UKCAT Scores: What are the Situational Judgement scores?

You can see the Situational Judgement scores for 2017 below.

Band 1Band 2Band 3Band 4
2017 (end of testing)28%42%21%9%
2016 (end of testing)26%44%22%9%
2015 (end of testing)24%45%22%9%

6th October 2017