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Hi guys, I've heard that UCAT scores are generally lower from dental applicants that medicine applicants due to dental applicants 'not taking it as seriously' lol. If you're applying for dentistry could you comment your UCAT score. Many thanks!
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Hi guys, I've heard that UCAT scores are generally lower from dental applicants that medicine applicants due to dental applicants 'not taking it as seriously' lol. If you're applying for dentistry could you com PSment your UCAT score. Many thanks!
PS I got
590 in VR - 620 in DM - 760 in QR - 830 in AR - SJT band 2
Overall 700 on average
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Hi guys, I've heard that UCAT scores are generally lower from dental applicants that medicine applicants due to dental applicants 'not taking it as seriously' lol. If you're applying for dentistry could you comment your UCAT score. Many thanks!
From my experience Dental applicants have much more competitive scores than Medical applicants, since Dentistry is more competitive to get into as places are limited and the volume of high quality applicants is high.

I got:
VR- 660, DM- 730, QR- 830, AR- 870 & SJT- Band 1
3090 total (772.5 avg)

700 avg is a great score, as long as you have competitive GCSE's and a great PS you should do great.
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