Eligibility Criteria for uMAT are as follows:
- The candidate must be in final year of secondary schooling or higher i.e. year 12 in Australia; year 13 in New Zealand.
- The medical student or a qualified health professional (e.g. a medical practitioner, dentist or physiotherapist) is eligible to sit for UuMAT, only if they take prior permission for the same.
UMAT: FeesRegistration fees
The UMAT registration fee is $240 (GST inclusive).Concession:
The Concession Registration Fee of $140 can be acquired by the candidates who hold a current Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card both issued by Centrelink, or who are listed as a dependant on the existing Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card of a parent or guardian. This fee covers online registration for the test, preparation material, and materials necessary for the paper test, and provision of test results.Late registration:
Late registrations will incur a payment of an additional fee of $65.Mode of Payment
: Registration fees can be paid online i.e. by credit card or by Australia Post money order.
Refund Terms & Conditions: An administrative charge of $40 will be deducted on refund.
UMAT: International StudentsUMAT: Registration fees
An International testing levy of Au$185 is payable along with the registration fee if the candidate wants to appear for UMAT outside Australia or New Zealand.UMAT: Mode of PaymentOnline:
Registration fees may be paid by credit card.Bank draft:
Candidates living outside Australia who do not have access to a credit card must pay by bank draft in Australian dollars, drawn on an Australian bank.
UMAT: Results & Scoring
UMAT scores are useful for admission to any of the UMAT Consortium universities only in the year following the test.
An online UMAT Statement of Results is made available to all candidates in late September.
Statement of Result: The Statement of Results includes a score for every construct (Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving, Understanding People, and Non-verbal Reasoning) and an overall score. Also, the information on your overall percentile rank is provided along the SOR.
Cut-off Scores: Every University sets their particular UMAT cut-off scores each year. These would be the minimum UMAT scores acceptable for consideration by the admissions committees and can vary greatly from one university to another. The universities may also choose to use the scores in alternative ways according to their convenience.