Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing have announced that the September BMAT test session will not be going ahead as of new information provided on 01/06/20. This is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping students and other candidates sitting the test’s safety as a top priority.
The BMAT 2018 results are out, so you can finally see how you compare to other candidates this year. The BMAT 2018 results, like every year, are graded on a scale of 1.0 to 9.0. 1.0 is low and 9.0 is high. Therefore, the test must be very difficult to get a high score.
A lot of people have questions about the BMAT, in particular the science section, regarding what you need to know and study. One of the 3 sections of the BMAT is a half-an-hour GCSE science question section, with some of the questions being Physics questions.
All UK medical schools now require you to take the UCAT/UKCAT or BMAT. These exams are held in the summer or autumn of the year before the year of entry you are applying for. Most medical applicants usually take both exams or just the UCAT/UKCAT, but which should you choose, or should you go for both?