These are all freely available on the official BMAT website, but we thought we’d put the links here in an easily accessible format, just to save the extra few seconds it takes to access them through the somewhat clunky user interface on the official website.
The Section 2 papers before 2009 are worth doing, but they’re less indicative of the actual BMAT than the more recent ones. It seems like the specification changed in 2009, so papers before then ask topics that may have been removed.
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