BMAT Results

The BMAT results are usually released 3 weeks after the exam. This year, they will be made available on 25th November. You will be able to access your BMAT results online here by entering the pin number that you received on the day of the exam. Alternatively, you can also ask your Centre (your school or college) for your results.

Keep in mind that you will only be able to download your BMAT results until 25th January 2017 – so make sure you print your results before hand. Your relevant BMAT universities will be automatically informed about your BMAT results i.e. you don’t need to do anything!

For a more detailed explanation of your BMAT result – check out BMAT Score.

Simulate Exam Conditions

When doing BMAT Practice Test papers, it’s important that you simulate exam conditions as much as possible. This means you should follow the instructions as closely as possible.

  • Print off BMAT response sheets
  • Don’t use calculators or dictionaries.
  • Spend the correct amount of time on each of the sections:

BMAT Section 1 – 60 minutes (35 questions)
BMAT Section 2 – 30minutes (27 questions)
BMAT Section 3 – 30 minutes (one side A4 only)

Remember that the route to a high BMAT score is your approach and practice. Don’t fall into the trap that “you can’t prepare for the BMAT”– this could not be further from the truth. With knowledge of the test, some useful time-saving techniques and plenty of practice you can dramatically boost your score.

Learn about the test, follow our top tips, work hard, and do yourself justice.

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