The UCAT is taken by over 20,000 candidates each year, with the average UKCAT score varying per year.
In this article we will look at the average UCAT scores since the test launched in 2012. The following table shows the UCAT mean scores achieved by candidates in each subtest from 2012 – Present:
Please note: The exam board changed the Decision Analysis subtest in 2016 to the new Decision Making, so it wasn’t included as part of candidates overall score in 2016. So overall average was out of 2700 (not 3600) in 2016.
The table below shows the decile rank for each year from 2012 to 2017. For the latest decile ranking (2018) check out our article where we share the latest UCAT decile.
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