BMAT Preparation

Thorough BMAT preparation is one of the most effective ways to improve your exam performance. That’s why we’ve developed this guide to BMAT preparation. It’ll help you develop a rigorous revision strategy, so you can make the most of your revision time.

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BMAT Preparation Tips in 60 Seconds

This quick video offers some quick BMAT preparation tips:

BMAT Revision and Preparation: Past Papers

Unlike UCAT, BMAT is a physical ‘pen and paper’ test. So there are actual BMAT past papers – and that means you can try your hand at the actual exam from previous years.

Here’s how your BMAT preparation should look:

  1. Do some practice
  2. Try a past paper
  3. Identify weak spots and revise further
  4. Repeat until you’re confident

It’s possible to download Past Papers on the BMAT website, but you’ll have to try and mark your answers yourself. You may prefer to use our BMAT Question Bank instead, because you get instant feedback on your responses. You’ll even see the mark you’d have got in each year, so you can understand how your score looks to universities.

We also have plenty of practice questions for skill-building between past paper attempts.

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

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