The UMAT Office will not enter into appeals against UMAT results. Nor is it possible to give any special consideration for impaired performance on the day of the test caused by illness or other unexpected personal situations.
Candidates are advised that UMAT results are released only after careful calculation and extensive checking. Errors in scoring are highly unlikely.
However, following receipt of the UMAT Statement of Results, a candidate may apply for a re-mark of his or her answer sheet, if they believe an error may have been made. A re-mark involves individual rescoring of the answer sheet. The resulting scores will then be compared with the first computer-generated scores to check that there has been no error in calculating or collating marks.
UMAT2013 registrations open
5 April 2013
UMAT2013 Information Booklet
26 March 2013
21 September 2012