Student Success: Applying To Oxbridge from A State School

Even in 2019, the myth that only privately educated students belong in Oxbridge exists. We’re here to dispel that myth. No matter who you are, the transition from school to university is exciting and nerve-wracking in equal measure. But for state-school students, the prospect of going to university – particularly a socially-accepted ‘good’ university, like…

BMAT results - what do they mean?

BMAT Results 2017

What if I fail? Unlike most tests that you will have previously done, the BMAT has no pass or fail threshold. You simply have to do the very best you can, and you will be graded accordingly. The reason there isn’t a pass or fail threshold is because different institutions use the result in different…

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Medical Student Must Read Books

Reading is an essential part of preparing for medical school interviews. You will read the news to keep up to date with current medical affairs, you will read your personal statement to ensure you know every detail like the back of your hand, and you will read through any extra scientific reading you want to discuss in the interview. But, is reading fiction and non-fiction medical books worthwhile? The short answer is yes.

BMAT Universities and how they use your BMAT score

BMAT Universities: How is the BMAT used?

The BMAT Universities BMAT Universities: The Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is required by several universities across the UK, some countries in Europe, and even as far reaching as Malaysia. The test is an entry requirement at these universities for a medical, veterinary or dentistry course.   But which universities require BMAT for medicine? University of…