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    So from what I understand of how the UKCAT is scored, our score is relative to the marks people got in 2006. I read that to get 900, you don't need to get every single question correct, just a mark equal to, or better than, the best candidate who sat the test in 2006. I was wondering if anyone knew what the mark the best candidate got was?
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    What the hell? Your UKCAT score is relative to the score of everyone else who the took the exam in the same year as you, not in 2006 rofl.
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    What the hell? Your UKCAT score is relative to the score of everyone else who the took the exam in the same year as you, not in 2006 rofl.
    No it isn't lol. It's the scores in 2006. If it was this year then how are people getting scores already when only a handful of people have taken the test so far?
 
 
 
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