How Many Marks Do You Need To Pass The UCAT?

Advice & Insight From UCAT Specialists

​There is no pass mark for the UCAT as such; each university will have their own UCAT weighting strategy when deciding which applicants to invite for interview. The average score achieved in the UCAT is approximately 650 across the Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning sections. However, this will change from year to year depending on how the cohort does overall. Generally, a score greater than 700 is regarded as high, with a value above 800 being exceptional.
Review our article on how universities use the UCAT, in order to make the most of your UCAT score.

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