Upper Sixth Former, George Christian, is a medic in the making following an incredible score in his recent UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT).

The UKCAT is an admissions test used by 26 universities in the UK as one of their requirements to start a medical or dentistry degree course. The test helps universities to select students with the most appropriate mental abilities, attitudes and professional behaviours required for new doctors and dentists.

This year’s mean average score for the test was 2540, and George scored a whopping 3210 placing him well within the top 10% in the country. Whilst George still has a number of stages of his application to complete, we think this first step is an incredible achievement and we’re very proud of you.

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