Thursday, 18 October 2012

Getting admissions test results to your universities

At this time of year we get a lot of questions about university admissions tests and English language tests. There seems to be some confusion as to how the results of the tests get sent to your university choices. So we’ve picked out some of the main admissions and language tests which we're getting questions on and explained how the results find their way to your university choices. Click on the relevant test to see full information on their official website.

A statement of results will be issued to each candidate on 21st November 2012.  Candidates and centres will be able to download their results using the BMAT online results sites:
Results Online - Centres

Results will be passed automatically by them to any BMAT university to which a candidate has applied.

Results become available late November 2012. Candidates will receive an email notification of when their results become available.

GAMSAT scores from UK sittings will be passed on to your university choices by UCAS.

Your Test Report Form (TRF) will be posted to you 13 days after the test. All test centres will post your Test Report Form to you.

You need to have stated your university choices on your IELTS application form. You can then have copies of your TRF automatically sent by IELTS to five universities free of charge.

At the time of registering for LNAT, you need to enter the UCAS personal ID number. The result of the test and the essay will then be sent to the university choices stated on your UCAS application form.
Candidates taking the LNAT before 15 January 2013 will have their results emailed to them in early February 2013. Candidates taking the test after 15 January 2013 will get them in early July 2013.

The fee that you pay for your TOEFL test includes four free official TOEFL score reports. These can be automatically sent to your universities by mail. You’d notify TOEFL of what ones before the test.

Official score reports will be sent to your designated recipients approximately 13 days after you take the test.

You will have been given a copy of your test results before you left the test centre.

After the 15 October UCAS application deadline Pearson Vue, who run the UKCAT test, contact UCAS to get details regarding the Consortium Universities you’ve applied to.  Your results are then passed on by Pearson Vue to your university choices. They can’t pass your mark onto any universities outside the Consortium.
  
More details of other admissions tests can be found here


2 comments:

Jonathan said...

What about Oxford TSA?

Pejuang Kebenaran said...

How to put the UKCAT overall score in UCAS? Should I put the average or the total marks?