The Cost of the UKCAT

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The Cost of the UKCAT

Let’s face it, the notion of going to university is stressing on the wallet at the best of times. Taking the UKCAT is a small but by no means insignificant part of this, particularly when we consider that many people take the test several years in a row – whether it be as practice or out of necessity.

The Cost

You’ll notice from the table below that not only does cost rise over the years, it also gets more expensive the later you leave it to take the exam. There’s therefore a financial, as well as academic rationale to book your test early.

  • 2013
    £65Jul-Aug
    • £80 (Sep-Oct)
    • £100 (Non-EU)
  • 2014
    £65Jul-Aug
    • £80 (Sep-Oct)
    • £100 (Non-EU)

Bursaries

Bursaries are available to help fund the exam if you’re finding finances tight. These are advertised around the time that applications open, and are naturally very popular and take a while to process. Yet another reason to get organised and apply early.

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