September 24, 2013 by Emedica
Wow that felt like ages! I’ve just left the test centre and I made sure I didn’t open my results until I was at the bottom of the five steep flights of stairs.
One thing that I didn’t anticipate before the test was the distractions. Although Pearson Vue’scentres are really good at making sure there is nothing that can make you lose focus, unfortunately there was little they could do about the groups of teenagers doing their driving theory test arriving and leaving the room. The UKCAT takes a lot longer to complete so I was interrupted several times as the groups switched over.
However, I am pleased to say I did well in my UKCAT! In fact I’m more than pleased… I did a little skip and jump for the people outside at the bus stop as I opened my results. I’m not even embarrassed. I feel like all the work I’ve done has made a difference and I feel like this is the beginning of an amazing journey into applying for my much-longed career choice of medicine. Dr Emily Gibney sounds rather fetching…
My scores were:
Verbal Reasoning: 670
Quantitative Reasoning: 530
Abstract Reasoning: 580
Decision Analysis: 630
Situational Judgement: Band 2
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