What is BMAT?
The Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is a test used by a collection of UK medical or related schools as a vital part of their screening process. If you are applying for the medical, veterinary or biomedical courses at top universities like Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Imperial College etc., you are required to take the BMAT in the first week of November of that application cycle. Results are released in late November and universities will decide whether they will send you a conditional offer or interview offer (for medicine and veterinary applicants) based on your BMAT results, academic portfolio, school references, and personal statement. The test takes 120 minutes and consists of three major parts:
- aptitude test with critical thinking and problem-solving questions.
- knowledge test in biology, chemistry and physics.
- essay writing.
UKCAT or BMAT?
If you are uncertain whether to take the BMAT or another aptitude test the UKCAT, we recommend that you take both tests and see which one matches your strong suit.
How to score high in BMAT
We offer private individual lessons for BMAT candidates in the summer. The lessons coach students on the effective techniques needed to respond to different types of questions and address the student’s specific academic needs concerning the BMAT. The lessons are taught by experienced BMAT instructors who have taken the test and/or have gotten accepted into top UK medical schools.
For more information about our BMAT lessons, leave us a message here or contact us at (852)2302-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime, check out our free UCAS Application Guide for helpful tips on applying to UK universities.