BMAT Exam Preparation: BMAT Practice Test

Are you sitting your BMAT exam and looking for a BMAT practice test? You’ve come to the right place! We have a variety of resources to help you prepare for your BMAT exam, from a question bank of over 500 questions to our BMAT Course.

Where Can I Find a BMAT Practice Test?

You can begin your BMAT revision by using our BMAT Question Bank – it includes over 500 practice questions across Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3 to help you prepare for the BMAT exam. This is a good way to familiarise yourself with each of the different sections.

After preparing with specific sections, the Admissions Testing Service has a bank of BMAT past papers, so you should be able to find a BMAT practice test easily this way – as well as papers with answer explanations (and sample responses for Section 3) to boost your learning. To further your learning, you can also use our Online BMAT Course, which has nine hours of tutorial for each section of the exam.

Try over 500 questions in our BMAT Question Bank

How Should I Use a BMAT Practice Test?

You may want to build up to the timed BMAT practice test in several stages – firstly, completing individual practice questions at your own pace, then sitting a full BMAT exam at your own pace, then sitting one in timed conditions – set a timer for two hours on your phone.

A BMAT practice test is the perfect opportunity to find out how you may score in the real BMAT exam (though the good thing is that you can practice until you’re satisfied with it!), and which areas you find the most challenging.

While you’re sitting the BMAT exam, some practical tips: remember to answer all questions in Section 1 and 2. If you don’t know, don’t spend ages agonising over the answer, as you’ll lose precious time – make an educated guess! Simply make a note of the question and come back to it in your revision later. For Section 3, make sure you spend some time planning your essay before you begin writing. This is crucial to focus your writing, and will make your argument much more coherent. For more Section 3 writing tips, visit our Section 3 blog.

Here are our top three steps for sitting a BMAT practice test:

  1. Go through the mark scheme and mark your answers. This is a crucial part of BMAT revision to see where your revision has been effective, and how you can improve.
  2. Mark the areas you don’t know. This is particularly important for Section 2. For example, if you find yourself frequently making errors on a particular subject, it’s a good idea to make a note of the topics and revise them later using the Assumed Subject Knowledge Guide, making mindmaps or flash cards.
  3. Revisit the tricky areas. For example, did you find the timing for Section 3 particularly difficult? You could try focusing your revision on this section, planning and writing a few more essays in the time limit. Struggling with your Maths? Spend some time on the Section 1 – Maths BMAT Question Bank.

These techniques are incredibly useful in using BMAT papers – they will help you to identify the areas you struggle with so you can focus on these sections, work on them, and boost your score for the BMAT exam.

For more tips on using a BMAT practice test, visit our page on BMAT Past Papers.

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