It's time to take a look at Section 2 of the BMAT! Section 2 frequently causes pain and strife for students, and it’s often the section that students email us about afterwards saying it was horrendous. This guide will give you an introduction to what you need to know and how you should study for Section 2 of the BMAT.
Up until now, most of your exams have probably been scored as a percentage, with the aim of getting 100% (or as close as you can). The scoring of the BMAT is slightly different, and this guide will help you decipher how this works and how to interpret your results.
Section 3 of the BMAT is where the test really shows its differences from the other medicine admissions test, the UCAT. Unlike every other section of both exams, this section is NOT multiple choice but a short writing task. Let's see how you can prepare your writing skills in time for the big test!
This guide takes you through everything you need to know about the biology questions in Section 2 of the BMAT, along with a chance to practice your skills with some BMAT style questions and worked solutions!
In this article, we will go through the ins and outs of the BMAT Chemistry section, cover the entire specification, scoring of this section and do some worked practice questions together.
Section 2 of the BMAT is known for being the easiest section to prepare for, but also has the most content to learn and has the most time pressure in the exam. It is based on GCSE knowledge of Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Mathematics; however, in practice, they are much harder than GCSE level so don't be tricked into thinking the BMAT will be easy.
If you’re in the initial stages of your Medicine application, you might have heard of the BMAT but may not be sure what this strange acronym means. This guide will help demystify what you need to know about the BMAT (or indeed whether you even need to concern yourself with it at all) and help set you up on the road to preparing for and sitting the test successfully.
Your medical school interview is the last hurdle between you and that all important offer. It's essential you make a great impression in this relatively short period of time and persuade the interviewers that you would be a great fit for medicine at their university.
Knowing the interview date and format universities use is important. So here is every UK medical schools' interview process, dates and decision dates.