How to Make Sense of Your UCAT ANZ 2019 Scores



Congratulations! You have just sat, completed and survived the hardest and most challenging test there is within the medical education system. But what do your scores mean? Let’s find out…

Where Are My UCAT ANZ Scores?

Once your UCAT ANZ is complete, Pearson VUE will send you a notification email, confirming your UCAT ANZ scores are ready to be viewed via your Pearson VUE online account. Just simply log into your Pearson Vue account and view your score report.

But What Do They Mean?

On the score report each section of the UCAT ANZ will have a seperate scaled score between 300-900 and a total score for the 4 cognitive sections between 1200-3600. These section scores are taken from your raw marks, meaning the total of correct answers you gave for each section. The higher the number the better, the closer your individual sections scores are to 900 and the closer final totaling score of all 4 sections is to 3600 shows you have performed at a high level of competence, aptitude and suitability.

At the end of July 2019, the end of the UCAT ANZ season, statistics based on the scores collected through all candidates sitting the UCAT ANZ will be available here: This will allow you to see where your final scores sit amongst the rest of the candidates of UCAT ANZ 2019.

What UCAT ANZ Score Is Needed To Gain An Offer?

To gain an offer or even an interview is dependent upon various elements of the application process as a whole; such as where you apply to, where you live and the course you apply for and the grades and UCAT ANZ scores you achieve, just to mention a few.

Each university has different entry requirements including what percentile UCAT ANZ scores are required. The best course of action is to check with the university you are wishing to attend and check out other university entry requirements just in case you do not meet the requirements of your first option.

It goes without saying but we will say it anyway, just to clarify. The better your UCAT ANZ scores, exam results, personal statements, work/voluntary experience and interviews, the better chance you have of getting into your first choice.

If you are reading this before you have sat your UCAT ANZ and you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and anxious, please don’t worry. Head over to our UCAT ANZ 2019 Online Course and we’ll get you signed up, in a matter of seconds, guiding you through this whole process step-by-step. We have a bank of 10, 239+ questions, a decision making section and 8 full mock exams and 18 mini-mock exams; we even give you performance feedback too. We’ve been lending a successful helping hand since 2009, Medify’s here to support you, just reach out to us.

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