You can find a selection of UKCAT reports to download in PDF here:


Mean Scores 2012 - 2016

Report on Mean scores for 2016

Report on SJT band distributions for 2016

Report on Mean scores for 2015 (and the past 3 test cycles)


Technical Reports

2016 technical report    
2015 technical report 2013 technical report 2010 technical report
2014 technical report (cognitive sections) 2012 technical report 2009 technical report
2014 technical report (Situational Judgement Test) 2011 technical report 2008 technical report


Annual Reports

2015/16 annual report  
2014/15 annual report 2010/11 annual report
2013/14 annual report 2009/10 annual report
2012/13 annual report 2008/09 annual report
2011/12 annual report 2007/08 annual report
2011/12 annual report 2006/07 annual report


Consortium Presentations


Decision Making: a high level overview of the subtest performance (Pearson VUE), presented December 2016

SJT: research to date and future directions (Work Psychology Group), presented December 2016

Trends in use of the UKCAT (Rachel Greatrix, UKCAT), presented December 2016


Update on Medical Schools Council work on selection and widening participation (Clare Owen, Medical Schools Council), presented July 2016

Situational Judgement: Subject Matter Expert Involvement (Stuart Martin, Work Psychology Group), presented July 2016

New Developments in Situational Judgement Testing (Professor Janneke Oostrom, University of Amsterdam), presented December 2015

Linked Cohort Study:  i) The relationship between admissions and UKCAT data, demographics, and UKFPO performance J. A. Cleland and R. K. MacKenzie, University of Aberdeen, ii) Does the UKCAT predict performance on exit from medical school?  R. K. MacKenzie, J. A. Cleland, D. Ayansina, University of Aberdeen and S. Nicholson, Barts & the London / UKCAT Research Consortium, iii) Do personal attributes assessed on medical school admission predict exit performance? R. K. MacKenzie, J. A. Cleland, D. Ayansina, University of Aberdeen and J. Dowell, University of Dundee, presented December 2015

UKCAT & Dynamic Testing (Jens F. Beckmann, Durham University), presented December 2015