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Our intensive BMAT course provides the rigorous preparation needed by medical school applicants to succeed in the test.
We not only ensure that you really understand the different BMAT questions that could be asked, but also how you can answer them to the highest standard.
Our BMAT prep course is run by graduate Medicine specialists.
We carry out our BMAT mocks under timed examination conditions so you get a reflection of the intensity of the true test.
Our expert tutors teach you the skills and strategy, section by section, allowing you to master the sections you particularly struggle with.
Our course is delivered by carefully selected and trained tutors from our network of over 2,300 top graduates.
Michael is a Cambridge graduate, having completed his BA in 2015 with a pre-clinical Medical Sciences and Social Anthropology degree, and is continuing studying clinical Medicine at UCL. While studying, Michael has worked extensively as a mentor and tutor, with a focus on science and medical school applications. He has run Oxbridge classes at top London schools and contributed several chapters to the DMA book. His interests lie in psychiatry, medical anthropology and public health, and he hopes to combine his clinical practice with involvement in medical education.
Don is a qualified junior doctor, and has mentored with Dukes Education for the past two years. He has graduated from Imperial College London, where he undertook the clinical years of his degree. Previously, Don graduated from Oxford in Medical Sciences. As a mentor, Don has worked on dozens of events to support students to achieve their goal of studying Medicine and becoming a doctor. He is currently exploring a range of specialisms, but is particularly interested in psychiatry.
Four full papers with answers, two of which will be marked and returned to you with plenty of time to assess weaknesses before the real thing.
All of our unique mock papers in with incredibly detailed answer packs.
A booklet to help you improve your exam technique, ability to tackle BMAT exam questions and time management.
The Aptitude and Skills section consists of 35 multiple choice or short answer questions. This section of the exam lasts 60 minutes and tests generic skills in problem solving, understanding arguments, and data analysis and inference.
Those that attend our BMAT course will learn to train their brain, to better solve problems and develop more strategic ways of thinking ready for the exam.
The Dukes BMAT course focuses on how students can better identify reasons, assumptions and conclusions, detect flaws, and draw conclusions.
This section of the test requires the use of basic data interpretation, analysis and scientific inference. We support students to progress their numerical data abilities, so they can tackle the various forms information presented in the BMAT exam.
This section of the exam examines candidates’ ability to apply scientific knowledge typically covered in GCSE and IGCSE Science and Mathematics. The section comprises of 27 multiple-choice questions and lasts 30 minutes.
For the exam, pupils will be required to have good core knowledge of the We support Medicine applicants to reach the requisite level of skill with our prep courses.
Students taking the BMAT will be tested on Science and Maths topics typically outside the normal area of exam study, to gauge how well pupils can apply their existing knowledge. Preparation courses at Dukes Medical Applications help students to gain top marks on these multiple choice questions.
The Writing Task is your chance to show your ability to select, develop and organise ideas, and to communicate them in writing, concisely and effectively. Candidates must choose one question to answer from a selection of three.
Students are assessed on their ability to write without the aid of a dictionary or other spell checking tools. We help hone students’ written language skills so that they can excel in the examination.
A key skill for doctors and other medical professionals is the capability to address questions in the way demanded. After attending our BMAT course pupils are better equipped with the skills organised their thoughts and opinions on paper.
The written section of the BMAT is limited in length to a single sheet of A4. Our course is designed to help students to have the discipline to convey their ideas succinctly.
Bookings for 2018 are currently closed. If you would like to know more about how we can support you at this stage in the year, contact our medical application consultants on +44 (0)20 7499 2394
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.