UKCAT SCORES (for 2008 takers) - poll

UKCAT scores (2008 takers) - what is your average result?!?

  • 300 - 449

    Votes: 1 0.3%
  • 450 - 499

    Votes: 4 1.2%
  • 500 - 549

    Votes: 19 5.5%
  • 550 - 599

    Votes: 35 10.1%
  • 600 - 649

    Votes: 90 25.9%
  • 650 - 699

    Votes: 104 30.0%
  • 700 - 749

    Votes: 61 17.6%
  • 750 - 799

    Votes: 24 6.9%
  • 800 - 849

    Votes: 1 0.3%
  • 850 - 900

    Votes: 8 2.3%

  • Total voters
    347

Giggy

New Member
Verbal Reasoning - 730
Quantitative Reasoning - 780
Abstract Reasoning - 880
Decision Analysis - 750

An average of 785 for me. :)
 

hoonosewot88

New Member
V.R - 690
Q.R - 740
A.R - 610
D.A - 790
707.5 average and 2830 overall score.
Personality thing said i "equally value the needs, well-being, and freedom of individuals and the laws, norms and rights of society. When you feel a conflict between what a person should be able to do and what society allows them to do you are likely to try hard to balance these interests".

Overall i was very pleased with my UKCAT, not exceptional like Giggy above me but still very strong. Just a real pity that i struggle so much with AR, i'v always been a far more logical than lateral thinker. However i shouldn't really complain as 610 is still average.
 
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AndrewD

New Member
I'm not applying to kings :p

but I do still have to decide two more places to apply to! Any recommendations?
 

Gooner16

New Member
Mine's on the 21st August so don't have any results yet but I just need to ask a quick question to those that have taken it

you know on the sections there is not enough time to complete all the questions....well say you have like a minute left....couldn't you just quickly go through the rest of the questions and click any answer? you don't lose marks for incorrect answers do you so I was thinkin it would make sense to do that because you might get some right

also did any of you buy any UKCAT guide books or whatever? I was just gonna do the practice test on the website and that's it...is that ok?
 

AndrewD

New Member
It was an evil laugh iHeart, should have been more like mwhahahahahahahaha.


I didn't do BMAT so you're safe for now. I might apply to Barts though. Or maybe Manchester. Or Newcastle. Or Glasgow. Or anywhere that will accept me!
 

AndrewD

New Member
yeah Gooner, in a roundabout way it recommends that during the actual test. I know I guessed about 20% of the QR questions!
 

iheartmedicine

New Member
the bmat is not until november, so you have time to change your mind and apply to imperial or ucl. will imperial let you do a 5 year course with your current degree?
 

AndrewD

New Member
I suppose that's true. But I already did UKCAT and need no more stress!

I think Barts looks quite good, so does Dundee. However, I am quite comfortable in Edinburgh - which also has an amazing medical school!
 

iheartmedicine

New Member
i liked it for two years, but then i wanted to be in a bigger city. i did not like the summers when it would be inundated with visitors!
 

iheartmedicine

New Member
Yeah I finished my BA and then did an MA in London. I began doing a PhD and then realised that I was following the wrong path. That is the danger of doing one degree after the other without any breaks.
 
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