The University Clinical Aptitude Test is used in the selection process by the UCAT ANZ Consortium of universities in Australia and New Zealand

Photo ID Requirements

You must present one piece of approved photographic identification from the list below. 

If you fail to do so you will not be allowed to take the test and will forfeit your test fee.

The name and date of birth on your ID must exactly match the name and date of birth you provided when you registered.  If it does not you must contact Pearson VUE Customer Services at least 5 working days before your test appointment in order that this can be addressed. 


Acceptable Forms of Identification

The only acceptable forms of identification are listed below.  You must present the original ID (not a photocopy or digital ID) and it must be valid (unexpired).

The photograph in your identification document must be recognisable as a likeness to you as you are on the day of the test. 

  • Current passport

  • Current photo-bearing driver's licence (learner’s permit, probationary or full licence)

  • Current photo-bearing Australian Keypass

  • Current photo-bearing Australian Proof of Age Card

  • Current photo-bearing New Zealand 18+ Card / Kiwi Access Card

No other form of identification such as bus/train passes, library cards and student/employer ID cards, student/employer certified letters of identification will be accepted under any circumstance.  Photocopies of identification and documents that have expired will also not be accepted.

Important Note - if you are intending to use your driver’s licence as identification and need to renew or update your licence before the test date (for example changing from a learner’s permit to a probationary licence or from a probationary licence to a full licence), please ensure you allow adequate time to receive the new licence. A temporary licence without a photograph will not be accepted as identification at the test centre.


Important Information

We take the security of the test very seriously, therefore test centre staff have no discretion to waive or vary these identification rules.  If you are unsure whether your ID is acceptable please contact Pearson VUE Customer Services for advice.

If you are refused admission because you arrived with inadequate or invalid ID you will be recorded as a ‘no-show’ and will forfeit your appointment and the test fee.