Do you want to know exactly how the UCAT ANZ is scored? Read this article to find out.
Below are the mean scores for the first four sections and the total average score for the UCAT ANZ 2019. The mean score for the Situational Judgement section was 592 in 2019.
The below table shows how final scores translated to percentiles in 2019. For example, if you got a total score of 2800 last year, you would be in the 90th percentile, or top 10% of all UCAT ANZ candidates.
Questions asked later on in the exam do NOT change depending on your previous answers.
There will be NO rest breaks in between questions. If you wish to go to the toilet you can do so but the exam will continue without you and you will lose valuable answering time.
You can return to previous questions, alter your answers and flag them, so it will be easier to find and review them.
You CANNOT get negative marks for incorrect answers so never leave questions unanswered, as even guessing might give you a few more marks.
All questions within a given subtest are awarded equal marks. However, it is possible to achieve partial marks in certain questions in Situational Judgement and Decision Making if the given answer is partially correct.
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