UCAT (formerly UKCAT) 2021 entry Results thread - Updated 28th October

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This is the thread for post-UCAT discussion. If you are still to take it, here is the UCAT megathread for 2021.

Here is the UCAT 2020 thread (discussion of tests taken in 2019)
Here is the UCAT 2019 thread (discussion of tests taken in 2018)

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UCAT statistics updated as of 28th October: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1446/ucat-test-statistics-oct-2020-updated-281020.pdf

UCAT statistics updated as of 13th October: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1442/ucat-test-statistics-oct-2020-updated-131020.pdf

UCAT statistics updated as of 9th October: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1441/ucat-test-statistics-oct-2020-updated-091020.pdf

UCAT statistics updated as of 5th October:https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1440/ucat-test-statistics-oct-2020.pdf

UCAT interim results are published: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1435/pr...pt-2020-v2.pdf

Decile Rank 2020 (20 Sept -> 5 Oct -> 25 Oct)
1st 2250 -> 2180 -> 2170
2nd 2370 -> 2300 -> 2290
3rd 2450 -> 2380 -> 2370
4th 2510 -> 2450 -> 2450
5th 2580 -> 2520 -> 2510
6th 2640 -> 2580 -> 2580
7th 2710 -> 2650 -> 2650
8th 2790 -> 2740 -> 2730
9th 2910 -> 2860 -> 2850

Mean total score (20 Sep -> 5 Oct -> 25 Oct)
VR N/A -> 571 -> 570
DM N/A -> 627 -> 625
QR N/A -> 666 -> 664
AR N/A -> 655 -> 653
Total 2578 -> 2519 -> 2511

Previous years' deciles (2017 -> 2018 -> 2019 -> 2020 upto 25 Oct)
1st 2230 -> 2160 -> 2170 -> 2170
2nd 2340 -> 2280 -> 2280 -> 2290
3rd 2420 -> 2360 -> 2360 -> 2370
4th 2480 -> 2420 -> 2420 -> 2450
5th 2540 -> 2490 -> 2480 -> 2510
6th 2600 -> 2550 -> 2540 -> 2580
7th 2670 -> 2610 -> 2610 -> 2650
8th 2750 -> 2690 -> 2690 -> 2730
9th 2860 -> 2810 -> 2800 -> 2850
8th 2750 -> 2690 -> 2690 -> 2730
9th 2860 -> 2810 -> 2800 -> 2850

Previous UCAT statistics 2016 - 2019: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/media/1415/uc...-2016_2019.pdf

Dates and fees: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/ucat/dates-and-fees/

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1st July 2020
Testing begins
3rd August 2020
Last registration date
17th September 2020
Last booking date
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Last testing date
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Good luck!

Due to limitations of the TSR polling system, you'll have to post your SJT bands separately.

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Just completed my UCAT about 20mins ago
VR: 530
DM: 700
QR: 690
AR: 670
Band 2

All better than my medify mock scores except VR which was 650-750 in medify mocks.
Edit: VR UCAT was horrible. Long and complex texts with complex and similar options. *imo*
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Just completed my UCAT about 20mins ago
VR: 530
DM: 700
QR: 690
AR: 670
Band 2

All better than my medify mock scores except VR which was 650-750 in medify mocks.
Congrats! Nice scores Did you do it at a test centre or at home?
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Congrats! Nice scores Did you do it at a test centre or at home?
I don't think you get your test scores so quickly if you did it at home?
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I don't think you get your test scores so quickly if you did it at home?
Apparently it's within a day but someone yesterday got theirs within 5 mins. Guessing it's because there's no backlog yet.
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Apparently it's within a day but someone yesterday got theirs within 5 mins. Guessing it's because there's no backlog yet.
I heard it's within 24 hours so it might depend how many people are currently doing theirs
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congrats, those are some good scores i was wondering how did they compare to the scores u were getting on medify? cus ik u said u were getting 650-750 on VR. did u do better or worse on the day than u were getting on medify in each of the sections?
sorry if u have seen this message a few times i literally joined student room like 30 minutes ago and am a little confused
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Congrats! Nice scores Did you do it at a test centre or at home?
Test centre
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congrats, those are some good scores i was wondering how did they compare to the scores u were getting on medify? cus ik u said u were getting 650-750 on VR. did u do better or worse on the day than u were getting on medify in each of the sections?
sorry if u have seen this message a few times i literally joined student room like 30 minutes ago and am a little confused
Either check my comment history via my profile or check out the official UKCAT 2021 mega thread I posted my medify mock results somewhere around page 313-316. If you still can’t find it let me know and I’ll dig it up for you 👍🏻
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Either check my comment history via my profile or check out the official UKCAT 2021 mega thread I posted my medify mock results somewhere around page 313-316. If you still can’t find it let me know and I’ll dig it up for you 👍🏻
I'll try and find it cheers
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Just completed my UCAT about 20mins ago
VR: 530
DM: 700
QR: 690
AR: 670
Band 2

All better than my medify mock scores except VR which was 650-750 in medify mocks.
Edit: VR UCAT was horrible. Long and complex texts with complex and similar options. *imo*
congrats!! Do you have any tips for DM?
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I'll try and find it cheers
No need
Well, my **Best** scores on medify were as follows:
Best/average
VR: 750/700
DM: 600-700/500-600
QR: 670/600
AR: 630/560
SJT: band 2/3

Edit: I’m not great at using this site either. :/
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No need
Well, my **Best** scores on medify were as follows:
Best/average
VR: 750/700
DM: 600-700/500-600
QR: 670/600
AR: 630/560
SJT: band 2/3

Edit: I’m not great at using this site either. :/
thanks thats really helpful. im not looking forward to some of the DM questions, were there a lot of questions which you have to say yes/no to(if u know what type of question im referring to)?
also i was wondering how long do u get inbetween each section? is it just 1 minute or do u get more time? im not really too sure how it works.
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congrats!! Do you have any tips for DM?
diagrams. The yes/no are best solved when you read the statement and then try and prove/disprove it. If it’s quite complex then draw a “family tree” style diagram; for eg. All c are p but not all r are g = P>all c , G>some r. (Hard to display here) but if you follow it linearly you can visualise it much easier, Venn diagrams are cool but need a lot of reverse engineering; you don’t know how many bubbles you’ll need and where they should overlap. You can’t erase the boards either so stick with linear.

Logical puzzles, if people are sat in a circle then draw boxes equally spaced, fill them in as necessary. If the info is vague and says “sally and Jemma are next to a boy” and there are 2 boys at the 6 person table then put S/J next to the possible spaces and cross them out as you learn more constraints.

Anything else just DM me
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Test centre
Did you have a keyboard. I heard someone wasnt allowed
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thanks thats really helpful. im not looking forward to some of the DM questions, were there a lot of questions which you have to say yes/no to(if u know what type of question im referring to)?
also i was wondering how long do u get inbetween each section? is it just 1 minute or do u get more time? im not really too sure how it works.
There were about ~7 yes/no and about 1min maybe 1m 20s ish
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Did you have a keyboard. I heard someone wasnt allowed
I did, but didn’t use it. If in doubt ring them up.
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I did, but didn’t use it. If in doubt ring them up.
if you didnt use a keyboard what did u use?
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if you didnt use a keyboard what did u use?
Just a mouse
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