Please note, this page deals with 2019 entry (relevant to UKCAT sitters in 2018).
Have you already taken the UKCAT or looking to take it soon and wondering what a competitive score is? You’ve come to the right place! Here are the interim UCAT scores for 2019 entry.
The official UKCAT website has just released the average UKCAT scores for candidates sitting the test – so you can use the tables below to see how competitive your score is. It is important to note, however, that some students haven’t taken their test yet – so these figures may change!
Data is valid up to the 7th September 2018 when 11,101 candidates had taken the test. Final mean scores and deciles will be published on 5th October 2018.
The 2018 mean average score (up to 7th September) is 2548.
|Verbal Reasoning||Decision Making||Quantitative Reasoning||Abstract Reasoning||Total Score|
|Mean 2018 score (to 7th September)||579||642||674||653||2548|
|2017 score (end of testing)||570||647||695||629||2540|
These are the interim scores for Situational Judgement:
|Band 1||Band 2||Band 3||Band 4|
|2018 (up to 7th September)||24%||35%||30%||10%|
|2017 (end of testing)||28%||42%||21%||9%|
The official UKCAT website has published information on the deciles for this year’s scores – each decile represents 10% of candidates based on their overall performance. However, remember that these scores may change.
|2018 (up to 7th September)||2017 (end of testing)|
We’ll be publishing a range of blogs on advice for where to apply with specific scores:
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