UCAT (formerly UKCAT) 2022 entry Results thread - Updated 4th Aug

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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 2022.


Here is the UCAT 2021 thread (discussion of tests taken in 2020)
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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Interim results as of 12 Sept: Decile Ranks
1st 2230
2nd 2350
3rd 2430
4th 2500
5th 2570
6th 2640
7th 2710
8th 2800
9th 2920

Interim results as of 12 Sept: Mean Scores
Verbal Reasoning 584
Decision Making 631
Quantitative Reasoning 685
Abstract Reasoning 671
Total: 2571


Decile Ranks in 2020 (20 Sept -> 5 Oct -> 25 Oct) (note this is last year, so for 2021 entry)
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

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/

Booking opens 28th June 2021
Testing begins 26th July 2021
Last registration date 22nd September 2021
Last booking date 22nd September 2021
Last testing date 19th September 2021
UCAS application deadline 15 October 2021

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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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VR: 700
DM: 730
QR: 860
AR: 800
SJT: Band 1

Resources used: Month of Medify, UCAT website and UCAT book
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(Original post by AdamMcFadden)
VR: 700
DM: 730
QR: 860
AR: 800
SJT: Band 1

Resources used: Month of Medify, UCAT website and UCAT book
Congratulations on your score i'm just two weeks away and have been constantly scoring low, any top tips that you can offer?
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Congratulations on your score i'm just two weeks away and have been constantly scoring low, any top tips that you can offer?
The UCAT megathread is the place to ask this sort of question, as linked in the first post
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VR: 680
DM: 750
QR: 830
AR: 870
SJT: Band 1

Resources used: 1 Month Medify, UCAT official mocks, watched KharmaMedic youtube
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VR: 590
DM: 620
QR: 760
AR: 620
SJT: Band 2

Resources: medify 3 weeks use (not everyday), UCAT official mocks, UCAT question bank
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VR: 870
DM: 850
QR: 870
AR: 830
SJT: Band 2

Resources used: 2 weeks Medify, 2 weeks MedEntry
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VR:590
DM:810
QR:870
AR:870
SJT: Band 3

Resources used: Medify and ucat official practice (2months total) 12 days break in between
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Any tips on reversing burnout? I took a 2 day break, and while it's improved, I still haven't gone back to the standard I was at before burning out.
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Any tips on reversing burnout? I took a 2 day break, and while it's improved, I still haven't gone back to the standard I was at before burning out.
Could you take a slightly longer break, or did you think it was a 'good' break or were you still stressed?
Seeing friends or doing something that really properly takes your mind off it is what helped for me at the time.
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Any tips on reversing burnout? I took a 2 day break, and while it's improved, I still haven't gone back to the standard I was at before burning out.
I got burnout about half way through, I took a week break, no practise at all and then continued. I also found after a while I hated doing DM so I started doing it a different way to make it less exhausting. I skipped all the drag and drop ones which I found quite boring and went back to them at the end once I was finished,
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(Original post by becausethenight)
Could you take a slightly longer break, or did you think it was a 'good' break or were you still stressed?
Seeing friends or doing something that really properly takes your mind off it is what helped for me at the time.
But my exam is on Wednesday. Sorry, just realized I'm in the wrong thread.
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But my exam is on Wednesday. Sorry, just realized I'm in the wrong thread.
Sorry, it would have been good to know that!
You could try and push it back but maybe just try and do some relaxed practice and make sure outside of practice you’re getting a proper break. I’d see if you can plan meals out too and stick to an earlier bedtime to make sure you’re on top form for the exam?
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VR: 650
DM: 770
QR: 760
AR: 860
SJT: Band 3
Resources used: Medify, official mocks and the free Medentry trial.
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How did you find the questions compared to those on medify? Easier or harder? 😂
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VR:590
DM:810
QR:870
AR:870
SJT: Band 3

Resources used: Medify and ucat official practice (2months total) 12 days break in between
How did you find the questions compared to those on medify? Easier or harder? 😂
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VR: 650
DM: 770
QR: 760
AR: 860
SJT: Band 3
Resources used: Medify, official mocks and the free Medentry trial.
How did you find the questions compared to those on medify? Easier or harder? 😂
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How did you find the questions compared to those on medify? Easier or harder? 😂
VR: similar in full mocks and mini-mocks 9 and 10, harder than mini mocks 1-8, similar. Maybe slightly easier than practice questions.
DM: slightly harder logic puzzles, everything else was the same I thought.
QR: a bit easier.
AR: slightly easier.
I don't know about SJT as I never really did that much practice for it, as I was under the impression that the cognitive score was more important. But it wasn't too bad despite my score.
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VR: 670
DM: 770
QR: 830
AR: 680

Total: 2950

SJ: Band 3

I’m both happy snd a little peeved. I’ve done all the medify DM mini-mocks, all of the UCAT official mocks and a number of medify mocks and VR is normally in the 800s and I’ve rarely got below 900 in DM but the sets for me today were really, really tricky.

QR was a blessing today, though. I had five minutes to spare at the end and answered them all.
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