You will receive a copy of your UCAT score report before you leave the Pearson VUE test centre.
Your score report will also be accessible online through your Pearson VUE account. You should allow approximately 24 hours after your test for this to be uploaded. It can be printed from your browser or saved as a PDF. Results will not display properly if you use Internet Explorer as your browser.
2021 results are only valid for the 2022 UCAS Admissions cycle (for entry into medical or dental school in 2022 or deferred entry to 2023).
You will have your test result before the UCAS deadline so please ensure you use this to help inform your UCAS choices, otherwise you might be wasting an application. You can find information on how universities use the UCAT here.
Delivering UCAT Results to Universities
UCAT will deliver your result directly to your chosen universities in early November. Universities should only accept results provided directly by the UCAT Office. You do not need to pass your test result to your university choices or include it on your UCAS application.
You do not need to tell us your UCAS PID or application choices as we obtain this data directly from UCAS.
After the 15 October application deadline, UCAT works with UCAS on a data matching exercise to obtain your application choices that require a UCAT result.
On occasion, if a candidate's UCAT registration data is not identical to their UCAS application data we are unable to obtain their university choices. However, all UCAT Universities have access to a database which contains all candidate results. If you are contacted by your university provide them with your candidate ID (in the format UKCAT + 6 digits) and they will be able to find your result.
UCAT results cannot be passed to any universities outside the Consortium.
If you wish to include your UCAT result on your UCAS application you may do so within the 'Education' section of the form.
2020 Test Statistics
In order to help you make your University choices, you may want to understand how your test result relates to other candidates and scores used by Universities in previous years. This will be of particular interest to those wishing to apply to Universities who use a threshold score.
Mean scores and deciles (update 28 October 2020).
Percentile Look Up (2020 Test Cycle)
Enter your 2020 total scaled score below to find out your percentile ranking. A total scaled score is generated by summing the individual scaled scores of Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning. In 2020 a total scaled score ranges from 1200 to 3600. Please note that some universities generate their own percentiles based on their own applicants.
Previous Test Years
Final mean scores and deciles for previous test cycles are available here: Test Statistics 2016-2019