We had one for the UKCAT, so it’s only fair that I put out one for all you BMAT-ers. Here are my top BMAT prepartion tips for each section of the test!

Section 1 of the BMAT is similar to the UKCAT Verbal Reasoning section, so those of you that did the UKCAT will already be a little familiar with it. About one third of this section is problem-solving and verbal reasoning, with the remaining two thirds being spatial reasoning and data analysis. Here are some tips to help you score highly in this section… 

Section 2 covers Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths “up to GCSE level”. Though the actual scientific knowledge you need to know isn’t very difficult, the level of application is what makes these questions challenging. Here are five tips to get you through this section…

Section 3 – the essay section! For some reason, this tends to be the most dreaded section of the BMAT, but it’s perhaps the one that you have the most control over. You don’t need to have a great flair for writing, all you need to be able to do is get your point across clearly and here’s 5 tips to help you do just that

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