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UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study (UKMACS)

The UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study (UKMACS) is an academic research study led by Dr Katherine Woolf at the University College London (UCL) Medical School. The study (funded by a National Institute for Health Research Career Development...



UKCAT rebranded to UCAT as the test is launched in Australia and New Zealand

The UKCAT has been re-launched this week under the new name of the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) to recognise that the test is now used in the admissions and selection processes of a growing number of international universities....

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New admissions test announced for future Healthcare students

A group of leading universities in Australia and New Zealand are embarking on an exciting new collaboration with similar universities in the UK.  From 2019 students interested in studying Medicine, Dentistry and some other Clinical Scienc...



UCAT Website Launched for Australia and New Zealand

Our new UCAT website launches today for candidates applying to our Australia and New Zealand consortium universities.  The website contains all the information that candidates need to know at this early stage, and will be added to later in...



New UKCAT Consortium Website

Our new website launches today!  We hope you find the improvements we have made useful.  If you have any feedback please use the 'Contact Us' link at the top of the page.



UKCAT Newsletter - January 2018

We are delighted to bring you the latest issue of our newsletter. These updates are designed to keep you informed of key news from The UKCAT Consortium and the world of medical and dental admissions. Click to view Newsletter



UKCAT 2018 Dates

Dates for the 2018 UKCAT test cycle are now on the website.  Look out for updates to preparation materials and test information from mid-April.



2017 Test Statistics Released

UKCAT results for 2017 have now been released.  The mean average total score this year is 2540, which is in line with mean scores for previous years.  SJT results are also similar to previous years, with 28% of candidates achieving a Band ...