UCAT Test Score Statistics
Understand how your test results relate to others candidates and the scores used by Universities in past years. This will be useful to those wishing to apply to Universities that use threshold scores.
A total scaled score is generated by summing up the individual scaled scores of Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning & Abstract Reasoning. A total scaled score range from 1200 to 3600.
|Verbal Reasoning||Decision Making||Quantitative Reasoning||Abstract Reasoning||Total Score||Number of candidates|
|2022 (end of testing)||567||616||658||659||2500||36374|
|2021 (end of testing)||572||610||665||651||2499||37230|
The following table gives the decile ranges of candidates. Each decile represents 10% of candidates based on their overall test performance. The 1st decile represents a score at the 10th percentile; the 2nd decile represents a score at the 20th percentile, and so on.
|Decile||2022 (end of testing)||2021 (end of testing)|
Situational Judgement Test
For Situational Judgement Test, full marks are awarded to those whose answer match the correct answer and partial mark is awarded for those whose response are closer to the correct answer.
For such tests, raw scores are into 4 bands, with band 1 being the highest. In addition, students will give full interpretation of their performance.
|Band 1||Band 2||Band 3||Band 4|
|2022 (end of testing)|
Total 36374 Candidates
|2021 (end of testing)|
Total 37230 Candidates
|Band 1||Those in Band 1 demonstrated an excellent level of performance, showing similar judgement in most cases to the panel of experts.|
|Band 2||Those in Band 2 demonstrated a good, solid level of performance, showing appropriate judgement frequently, with many responses matching model answers|
|Band 3||The performance of Those in Band 3 demonstrated a modest level of performance, with appropriate judgement shown for some questions and substantial differences from ideal responses for others.|
|Band 4||The performance of those in Band 4 was low, with judgement tending to differ substantially from ideal responses in many cases.|