How Do Universities Use the UCAT

The UKCAT is used differently by each university and we recommend that students take the time to understand exactly how the test is assessed and how much weight it carries when applying to different medical schools and even establish a target UKCAT score. It is always good to be well informed, so we have highlighted how different universities weight the UKCAT.

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What Is A Good UCAT Score And Where To Apply?

Currently, more than 30,000 medical and dental applicants take the UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) each year, but where is the best score to get? We can take a look at the distribution of scores from previous years to give you an idea of where your UCAT score lies within your cohort year.

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2018 UCAT Results

The United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is a two-hour computer-based test. It is taken by applicants to selected medical and dental schools in the UK. The test was first introduced in 2006 and is used to help medical schools differentiate between the large number of applications they receive.

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Where to apply If I have a low UCAT score?

What should I do with a low UCAT score? We are often asked: “My UCAT score is low, which universities should I apply to?”, so this blog aims to give you an idea of which medical schools you can apply to with a low UCAT score.

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2018 UCAT Registration

Registering at the right time for the UKCAT exam can be very important to get a good score. The test was first introduced in 2006 and is used to help medical schools differentiate between the high number of applications they receive, meaning it is important to get a good score and take the test at the right time!

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2018 UCAT Dates

The United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT). The test was first introduced in 2006 and is used to help medical schools differentiate between the large number of applications they receive. This means that it is important to get a good score and taking the test at the right time can be an important part of this.

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