How Is The UCAT Scored
How Is The UKCAT Scored?
The main four sections of the UCAT are scored out of 900. This is the average of these four UCAT sections. A good score in these sections is anything above 700. The average UCAT score is approximately 645, therefore anything 700 and above will place you in the top 30% of UCAT test takers, and is likely to boost your application and help maximise your chance of receiving an invitation to interview.
In terms of the situational judgement test - an excellent score would be band 1 in the UCAT situational judgement test, and a good score would be scoring a band 2 in the UCAT situational judgement test.
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