Our BMAT prep course includes ‘a mini mock’ and a BMAT practice test with full answer set, which will arm you with the necessary skills to tackle BMAT.
Familiarise yourself with BMAT questions. Our sample questions on this page are typical of the kind of questions you will face when sitting the BMAT.
Here you can download useful, free BMAT study materials to help you prepare for BMAT exam.
Our downloadable BMAT Study Schedule runs through the calendar, covering the key dates for the BMAT, as well as guidance on what kind of preparation is most useful at which time.
Work experience in your local GP surgery is an excellent addition to any application. The medical professions are hands on and so securing relevant work experience is important.
If you are applying to study Medicine as a graduate, there are a number of key aspects you should consider when writing your personal statement.
During your hospital work experience, you should try to get as much variety as possible. A placement is a opportunity to learn what a ward round is like and to shadow a doctor.
With a real range of Medical Schools to choose from in the UK, and even more options overseas, it is one of the most difficult early decisions you will need to make.
Medicine is a highly competitive course, with some universities receiving 10 applicants for every place.
There are thirty-two medical schools in the UK, all offering very different experiences, environments, and courses. Having a strong sense of what your chosen Medical School will offer you during your degree is vital to the success of your university career.
GP practices, hospitals and hospices are all fantastic places to carry out medical work experience. It is essential to be committed and dedicated during your placement.
Lots of students struggle with their medicine personal statement structure, as it can be hard to know what to include, and what to place particular emphasis on.
In this resource, you will find medicine personal statement examples which are annotated to guide you on good and bad practice.
Multi Mini Interviews (MMIs) are short, station-based tests that assess your ability to handle the situations doctors deal with on daily basis.
Oxbridge Medicine Interviews (i.e. those held at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge) will be a little different from other, traditional medical school interviews.
There are many universities in the UK that offer Medicine as a degree. With the amount of choice on offer, it can be difficult to judge which is the best option for you.
In a traditional medical school interview scenario, you will remain in one room for the duration of the interview, and be assessed by one group of people (often 2-4 interviewers).
A medical degree can last five to six years, so picking the right university for you is absolutely crucial to the success of your academic career and medical career going forward.
We’ve provided you with a ‘mini mock’ – a UKCAT practice test you can sit in 15 minutes, which gives you a chance to fit in some practice for the exam.
Our UKCAT experts have created a series of example UKCAT questions that are typical of the real exam, to give you a flavour of what you will face in the exam.
Here you can download useful UKCAT Study Materials to help you in your preparation for the test. Our UKCAT Section Guide takes you through each of the skills that the UKCAT tests.
Our UKCAT study schedule covers important dates and when you should be starting.You can use our UKCAT study schedule to build your own plan.
We will also provide you with a copy of our specialised book So You Want To Go To Medical School? which is a comprehensive guide to every aspect of the application process.