How Does The UCAT Scoring System Work?
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In the Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning sections, a mark is given to each correct answer (there is no negative marking). The raw scores for these sections are then converted to ‘scale scores’ that range from 300 to 900 for each section, creating a total score of between 1200 and 3600. A total score and an overall average is then calculated from these 4 sections. In the Situational Judgement section, full marks are given for the most correct answer, and partial marks given to the second best answer. These raw scores are converted to 4 ‘Bands’, with Band 1 being the highest and Band 4 the lowest.
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