To find the answer, you need to know which medical schools you will apply to. Then, you can look up their requirements. For a list of which medical schools require which test, download our Admissions Test Fact Sheet, which provides a comprehensive breakdown, as well as a really excellent overview of tips and strategies to help you in the tests.
Admissions tests are now universal medical school prerequisites and are partly designed to level the playing field, with all applicants across the world sitting the same test under exam conditions.
Though there are some similarities, the BMAT and UKCAT do represent different challenges.
Below we lay out differences between the tests, particularly focusing on Scoring and Preparation.
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We’ve provided you with a ‘mini mock’ – a UCAT practice test you can sit in 15 minutes, which gives you a chance to fit in some practice for the exam.
Our UCAT experts have created a series of example UCAT questions that are typical of the real exam, to give you a flavour of what you will face in the exam.
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.