UCAT: Admissions test requirements set by UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools where applicants are required to take the UCAT.
UCAT is acronym for University Clinical Aptitude Test, currently required by 77% (30/39) of UK medical schools.
As explained by its developer UCAT Consortium, this test "helps universities to select applicants with the most appropriate mental abilities, attitudes and professional behaviours required for new doctors ... to be successful in their clinical careers. It is used in collaboration with other admissions processes such as the UCAS application and academic qualifications."
For details on UCAT usage, see the 'Admissions test' section in each medical school's full profile. To see the big picture, comparing admissions test usage overall, check also our Chart of admissions test usage statistics and our Notes on admissions test usage across all UK medical schools
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