I have my UKCAT booked for 1:00pm on Thursday, and was wondering what people consider a 'good' score.
King's College London, one of my top choices, states that:
"Scores for the last five years have varied between 630 and 735. Variation from year to year is partly due to variation in the average score UK-wide on the UKCAT, and partly due to variation in the number and quality of applications to King’s each year."
Based on this, should I be aiming for 700+ before thinking of applying to King's, or is 630 and above okay too?
Is 700 considered average, or really good? I am unsure on what score I will need to standout to the universities in question.
My best practice scores so far have been:
SJT: 39/69 = 56.522% (Not sure on the band)
This gives an avg. of 687... is this good enough?
I am also applying to 2 other UKCAT universities: Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Please let me know your thoughts!
What makes a good UKCAT score?
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