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    I've been doing UKCAT mock practice exams - does anyone know how to work out the actual UKCAT score I would have got?
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    (Original post by annmarieO)
    I've been doing UKCAT mock practice exams - does anyone know how to work out the actual UKCAT score I would have got?
    I'm fairly sure by multiplying percentage by 6 and adding 300, then adding the three scores and taking a mean you can get a fairly representative score.

    IE say you got 66% in VR, 56% in QR and 73% in AR,
    do: 66*6+300=696
    56*6+300=636
    73*6+300= 738

    Then 696+636+738 all over 3 and you get a score of 690.

    Please anyone correct me if i'm wrong, and also please someone indicate what is considered a reasonable score
    thank youu
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    Hi thanks - hopefully others will pick up on the thread so that we can both learn more....thanks for your help
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    You're welcome - mine is in 2 hours lmao - good luck for when the time comes !!


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