BMAT PAST PAPERS QUESTIONS PRACTICE
BMAT stands for the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT). It is an aptitude test which is used as part of medical and dental admissions to a number of UK universities.
The following universities use the BMAT in their application process:
– Cambridge – (Test Developers) A100
– Brighton and Sussex Medical School – A100
– Imperial – A100
– Lancaster – A100
– UCL – A100,A104
– Manchester – A100 (a specific group of international students only)
– Leeds – A100
– Oxford – A100
– Keele – A100 (for overseas students)
- Aptitude and Skills
- Scientific Knowledge and Application
- Writing Task
Tests your ability to problem solve, analyse data and infer information from graphs and statements.
There are 35 multiple-choice questions, of which you have 60 minutes to answer.
This is where your science background can shine. This section tests if you are competent enough in GCSE level maths and science.
There are 27 multiple-choice questions, of which you have 30 minutes to answer.
This section tests your ability to come up with ideas and communicate them effectively and concisely.
You will do one essay question from a choice of 3. You will have 30 minutes to answer.