I know this question has been asked before, but I have found different people saying different things.
How do universities get your UKCAT score? Do you have to enter your UCAS ID on the Pearson website so they are linked? Or do you have to do nothing at all as the universities you have applied at will contact Pearson by themselves and get your score?
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UKCAT score and UCAS watch
- Thread Starter
- 10-10-2012 00:42
- 10-10-2012 00:49
I think the universities will get your score anyway so my tutor last year said I dont have to put it on, I think some people do. I ended up leaving it but Im not too sure tbh ask your UCAS tutor or Head of year.
- 10-10-2012 00:55
"After the UCAS application deadline has passed (15th October 2012), we liaise with UCAS and obtain from them information regarding the Consortium Universities you have applied to. We then communicate your test result directly to your chosen Universities. You do not need to pass your test result to your Universities yourself.
For clarity, we do not and cannot pass your mark onto any Universities outside the Consortium. If you choose to give the universities your scores, please remember that they would not know how to judge a UKCAT result since they would not have the UKCAT results of other candidates with which to compare it."
That's from their website: