Each section of the UMAT is equally weighted, however the questions within each section are weighted differently depending on the portion of students who correctly answered them (a question most students answered correctly will be worth less than a question which very few people got correct).
Candidates will receive a score for each construct (Logical Reasoning, Understanding People, Non-Verbal Reasoning) and an overall score. They will be provided with their overall percentile rank, which demonstrates how well they performed in relation to other students. The universities set their own UMAT cut-off scores each year. These will be the minimum UMAT scores acceptable for consideration by the university's admissions committees and may vary from one university to another.