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What UKCAT/BMAT score is considered as being competitive?

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    What UKCAT/BMAT score is considered as being competitive for undergraduate entry and for graduate entry, for schools like Warwick.

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    If you get over 700 in the UKCAT and over 5.5, 5.5, 3.5A in the BMAT, you should be fine for undergrad. Lower scores don't mean you won't get in and those are not VERY good results, but I'd say those are considered pretty competitive by most unis. You might want to google how your chosen unis use the admissions tests though to get a better idea of what you need.
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    (Original post by StationToStation)
    If you get over 700 in the UKCAT and over 5.5, 5.5, 3.5A in the BMAT, you should be fine for undergrad. Lower scores don't mean you won't get in and those are not VERY good results, but I'd say those are considered pretty competitive by most unis. You might want to google how your chosen unis use the admissions tests though to get a better idea of what you need.
    What about for graduate entry? What kind of UKCAT score is needed?
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    (Original post by polerat)
    What about for graduate entry? What kind of UKCAT score is needed?
    Hmm not entirely sure about that... Maybe something like over 750 in the UKCAT and over 6,6,4A in the BMAT :confused:
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    (Original post by StationToStation)
    Hmm not entirely sure about that... Maybe something like over 750 in the UKCAT and over 6,6,4A in the BMAT :confused:
    Ah ok fair enough, so quite a lot then. i guess it is best to first do the UKCAT and then decide on where to apply. Planning to apply for 2018 entry so still got time. Thanks though.
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    Did my first BMAT practice paper (section 1 timed) and got a 5.9. Is this section generally considered easier or harder than section 2 and 3.

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    (Original post by polerat)
    Ah ok fair enough, so quite a lot then. i guess it is best to first do the UKCAT and then decide on where to apply. Planning to apply for 2018 entry so still got time. Thanks though.
    That post is a bunch of lies. 6,6,4A is better than most Oxbridge students for crying out loud.

    4.5,4.5, 3A is the average score. The same proportion of people who get that, get around 650 in the UKCAT. A competitive BMAT score is 5>,5>, 3.5A. A competitive UKCAT score is 690>
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    That post is a bunch of lies. 6,6,4A is better than most Oxbridge students for crying out loud.

    4.5,4.5, 3A is the average score. The same proportion of people who get that, get around 650 in the UKCAT. A competitive BMAT score is 5>,5>, 3.5A. A competitive UKCAT score is 690>
    thanks for your reply.
 
 
 
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