BMAT Crash Course – Course Notes, Materials, Workbook 2017-05-31T12:04:42+00:00

BMAT Crash Course – Course Materials

You’ll get our mammoth, 300-page A4 workbook containing strategy, techniques and practice questions for all 3 sections. You’ll also get free access to the hundreds of pages of additional notes and example essays on BMAT Ninja.

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The BMAT Crash Course Workbook

The Workbook is one of the most complimented features of our course. It takes the form of a gigantic, 300-page A4 spiral-bound tome. Our students tend to find it intimidating initially, but when they read through the content inside, they realise it’s clear and accessible, with no unnecessary jargon or flowery language. We’ve also injected a ‘bit of banter’ (to quote one of our students), which ‘makes it quite a fun read’ apparently.

Table of Contents

The Table of Contents is often a good indicator as to the content of a book. Here’s what ours looks like.

Introductory Pages

Section 1

Our Section 1 chapter contains written guides to all 7 Critical Thinking question types, and time-saving tips and methods for some of the Problem Solving questions that tend to repeat themselves. We’ve got a load of example questions as well – on the day of the course, we work through some of those in a timed, interactive fashion, and we ask students to do the rest in their own time. Worked solutions (written by Oxbridge medical students) exist for every question in the workbook, as well as every question in the bank on BMAT Ninja.

Section 2

Here’s a selection of notes from Physics, Biology and Chemistry. Interestingly, the hard copy of the BMAT Crash Course Workbook doesn’t even have space to contain all of our notes, which is why the rest of them are online on BMAT Ninja, and why all course attendees get access to the online notes for free.

Section 3

Our Section 3 chapter contains information about our time management strategy for the writing task, along with some critiqued example essays. The Training Temple on BMAT Ninja (which every course attendee gets free access to) contains around 50 more example essays with comments, so you can really get a feel for what makes a good section 3 essay.