The BMAT exam is for students applying for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences courses, depending on the institution they are applying to.
The test is two hours long and consists of three sections: one on Aptitude and Skills (similar in style to an IQ test), one on Scientific Knowledge and Applications, and finally a Writing Task. This section asks you to write an essay, testing your ability to select, develop and structure a logical argument, back it up with evidence, and communicate concisely and effectively.
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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.
Here you can download useful, free BMAT study materials to help you prepare for BMAT exam.