# UCAT Normal Distribution

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I calculated the UCAT normal distribution to roughly equal:
X=(2499,(273.887)^2).

Also calculated last year to be:
x=(2511,(264.523)^2).
Hopefully, this is useful for comparing the previous year's UCAT cut off scores.

Correct me if I am wrong
Last edited by GodlyGod; 1 month ago
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Ahh yes, maths. Didn't understand a single bit of it but I commend your effort.
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(Original post by GodlyGod)
I calculated the UCAT normal distribution to roughly equal:
X=(2499,(273.887)^2).

Also calculated last year to be:
x=(2511,(264.523)^2).
Hopefully, this is useful for comparing the previous year's UCAT cut off scores.

Correct me if I am wrong
what does the 273.877 stand for
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(Original post by sunny_01)
what does the 273.877 stand for
That is the value for the standard deviation. The higher this value, the more "spread out" the data is.
Last edited by GodlyGod; 1 month ago
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(Original post by GodlyGod)
That is the value for the standard deviation. The higher this value, the more "spread out" the data is.
The SD was 269.16 for the 2020 sitting, so you are not far out
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