If you’re looking to improve your BMAT score in a short space of time, our BMAT intensive course is perfect for you. The BMAT intensive course is a fully interactive seminar that guides you through section 1, 2 and 3 of the BMAT- teaching you time-saving techniques and strategies to help you succeed.
In this BMAT crash course, you are taught by our experienced BMAT experts, who are Doctors or senior Oxbridge medical tutors who scored in the top 10% nationally in the BMAT. This provides ideal BMAT preparation for test day.
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Expert Tutors and the Best Resources Available
Learn powerful short-cuts and score boosting strategies so that you never run out of time again Detailed answers to all MCQs so you can see the best ways to approach every question Email access to your expert tutor until the day of your exam so you’re never alone or stuck Recorded by expert tutors so you can prepare before and after the course.
Learn powerful short-cuts and score boosting strategies so that you never run out of time again
Detailed answers to all MCQs so you can see the best ways to approach every question
Email access to your expert tutor until the day of your exam so you’re never alone or stuck
Recorded by expert tutors so you can prepare before and after the course.
BMAT Course Structure
The BMAT intensive course is a crash course that focuses on areas that you can most benefit from improving. Your tutor will ensure you get personal help with whatever part of the BMAT you find hardest.
1015 – 1030: Registration
1030 – 1300: Section 1
1300 – 1330: Lunch
1330 – 1600: Section 2
1600- 1730: Section 3
1730 – 1800: Debrief and Finish
Although the questions in section 2 aren’t especially difficult, the intense time pressure of having to do one question every minute makes this section the hardest in the BMAT. As with section 1, the trick is to identify and do the easy questions whilst leaving the hard ones for the end. Normally, the biology and chemistry questions in the BMAT require the least amount of time per question whilst the maths and physics are more time-draining.
Although the BMAT tests “GCSE Level” knowledge, the question style can be much more like A-level, and AS-level topics are frequently seen. This can be problematic if you haven’t done biology or physics beyond GCSE as you may not have covered some examinable topics (e.g. Newtonian mechanics, parallel circuits in physics, and hormones, menstrual cycle in biology). In addition, if you are rusty you will lose valuable seconds. To address this, we’ll teach commonly tested topics and also provide concise notes that will improve your mark dramatically, including a list of every equation you need to know for the BMAT.
The vast majority of questions in section 1 are either problem solving, data handling or critical thinking. Whilst this section of the BMAT is renowned for being difficult to prepare for, we’ll teach you common shortcuts and techniques you can use to save valuable time on these type of questions. We go over common types of question that come up every single year and show you how to get to the correct answer quickly and efficiently.
You have approximately 100 seconds per question, so many students are able to finish the majority of questions in time. However, some questions on the BMAT are very tricky and can be a big drain on your limited time – this is usually why people don’t finish and lose valuable marks in this section. On the course, you are taught to identify which questions are going to be easy and quick to do and to build your “question radar” for picking out the difficult questions – the ones to leave! This allows you to maximise your score gaining the easy marks and leaving the difficult ones until the end.
Section 3 of the BMAT is frequently neglected by lots of students, who choose to spend their time on sections 1 & 2 instead. However, it has the highest returns per hour of work out of all three sections so is well worth putting time into. Whilst different questions will inevitably demand differing levels of comprehension and knowledge, it is important to realise that one of the major skills being tested is actually your ability to construct a logical and coherent argument and to convey it to the lay-reader.
We will teach you crucial strategies for ensuring you score at least A3 or above, placing you over the interview cut-off for several BMAT universities e.g. Imperial. You’ll see examples of good and bad essays and then get detailed essay plans on how to approach the more difficult and obscure essay titles.
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``What materials and resources do you provide?``
``What is the Ultimate BMAT Guide?``
The Ultimate BMAT Guide is the most comprehensive BMAT Book available. Written for the 2017-2018 Entry, it contains powerful time-saving strategies that will allow you to answer difficult questions within the time limit as well a massive 800 Practice Questions written in the style and difficulty of the real exam. Each question comes with Fully Worked Solutions that guide you through the most efficient way for getting the correct answer as quickly as possible. It also includes 12 annotated essays. Read More.
``The course I'd like to attend is fully booked, is there any way to fit me in?``
We get asked this a lot and regrettably we are unable to because of our commitment to keep group sizes manageable for our tutors. However, we can put you on the waiting list. To avoid disappointment, we recommend you book early or you can also look at our Online Course or Individual Tuition.
``What is BMAT On-Demand?``
``What are mock papers?``
Written by our BMAT experts who scored in the top 10%, our full mock BMAT papers simulate the format of the real exam. Updated for 2017, they allow you to get invaluable practice with the style and difficulty of questions. They include fully worked solutions to all questions and detailed essay plans. Read More
``What makes your course different to others?``
UniAdmissions continues to be the best provider of BMAT courses year after year because we have the best BMAT tutors in the country and because of our unparalleled array of BMAT resources- for example, we’re the only company that has two full BMAT books available on the market.
“Before the course, I wasn’t getting any abstract reasoning questions right but I was taught their algorithm and I could solve most of them and got an 850 score in this section. If you go on only one course – make it this one.”
Offers from King’s College, Nottingham and Liverpool
“I attended the UKCAT Intensive course this year and the help and advice was really useful and your tips about the maths section came in handy – I finished the section in time and got 775.”
Offers from Kings College, Barts and Birmingham
“It was really helpful being able to sit the mock paper under time conditions and then going through it with David, who was excellent. I now feel a lot more confident about the exam.”
Offers from Sheffield, Barts and Edinburgh
“A great course- the resources are amazing! Highly recommend. I have attended other courses and I found the UniAdmissions course to be the best and at great value too. “
Offers from Manchester, Barts and UCL