UCAT Consortium News

Category: Announcement



2023 Test Cycle Dates

Dates for the 2023 UCAT test cycle are now on our website.  Look out for updates to preparation materials and test information from April.



Review of 2022 test cycle

2022 was another successful year for the Consortium, with a total of 36,374 candidates sitting the test. This was slightly down on the record number of candidates in 2021 (37,230) but still significantly higher than the number of test take...



UCAT 2022 Test Cycle

Up to date information regarding the 2022 UCAT is now published on our website and all key dates are now confirmed.   New candidates considering sitting the test this year can register from 24th May and booking opens on 20th June 2022. Te...



Another record year in 2021

2021 was another record year for UCAT, with more candidates than ever before taking the test.  Over the summer of 2021 a total of 37,230 candidates sat the test, an increase of 9% from last year, and of over 26% from 2019.  The mean avera...



UCAT 2020 Update

Thank you for your patience while we investigated alternative arrangements for delivering the UCAT in 2020. We appreciate this is a difficult time for many of you and that you have been looking for certainty regarding our arrangements. The...



2019 Preliminary Test Statistics

Preliminary test statistics are now available on the website https://www.ucat.ac.uk/ucat/results/test-statistics/



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....



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...