As said before its only a component and a tool in the selection. If I was running admissions I wouldn't use it as a rigid filter of applicants, more of comparitor for a UCAS form, i.e. UCAS might show great grades and a good statement with Work experience, that might over rule a slightly less advantageous UKCAT score, perhap vice versa too.
UKCAT Score AHHHHH Watch
- 30-07-2009 16:06
(Original post by member5)
- 08-11-2009 16:15
I jus got my ukcat result and i didnt do dat great:
average result of 522
I know it aint that great but i feel as if i have got a strong application for entry in 2010 but will this bring me down
Iam hopin to apply to birmingham, sheffiled, leeds, and bristol or newcastle
Especially for those who got into dentistry with ukcat scores like mine
well birmingham and bristol dont use the UKCAT so it doesnt matter for those
(Original post by KirstyJK)
- 21-02-2010 17:59
It isnt VERY wrong, I got an average of 590, which i dont think is that great, an i got an offer from sheffield, my GCSE'S are also rubbish.