Applying to medical school can be a daunting process. That’s why we’ve put together some articles in our medical school application guide to get you started.
There’s only a small number of universities that require the BMAT, but those that do are often very high-achieving competitive medical schools.
Like the UKCAT the British Medical Aptitude Test (BMAT) is another admissions test that some medical and veterinary schools use to assess the applicants’ abilities and approaches.
We know it can all sound a bit confusing. Another exam to revise for? And it’s not based on your school curriculum either? We’ve put together some useful tips to help you prepare for your UKCAT!
Many medical schools use the UKCAT to select medical students. So what is the UKCAT and how can I prepare for it?
To help you with your BMAT Preparation we have prepared a list of every Section 3 BMAT essay title since 2010.
For a truly successful medical school application you must prepare in advance. Our team of medical students have put together a timeline on what the process was like for them.
The process of applying to medical school can be confusing. So to help you kick-start the journey we have put together a short intro guide on the application process.