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  • Writer's pictureCameron Elsworth

What is the SJT? An introduction for UCAT applicants.

What is the SJT? How is it Structured and Scored?

The SJT is the final section of the UCAT exam. Like the other sections, the SJT is a multiple-choice exam. However, it has a different scoring system. Instead of being scored between 300 and 900, the SJT is scored from band 1 to 4. Band 1 is the highest score an applicant can achieve.

Candidates have 26 minutes to complete the SJT. This comprises 66 questions over 22 scenarios, meaning you will have just over 70 seconds per scenario.