The UGAA has a notional pass mark of 60 per cent, including at least 50 per cent in each section. Students applying to programmes with higher entry requirements will usually be expected to achieve more competitive grades. Results are reviewed in comparison to other similar applicants for your programme, and therefore passing the UGAA does not guarantee an offer will be made.
The Admissions Selector’s final decision is based not only on your test performance, but also on a holistic assessment of your overall application. This includes a full range of information on the UCAS application form (ie, predicted/achieved grades, personal statement, and reference).
We are unable to provide mark schemes for many of our mathematics past papers. However, please find copies of the marking schemes from the most recent papers below:
Marking scheme for Mathematics (Section D)
Marking scheme for the English section