As you step through the classroom door, our instructors will hand you a copy of our course handbook to keep, as well as provide an erasable whiteboard and markers for any workings you may have to jot down during the day. If you have a basic, non-scientific calculator lying around the house, do bring it, otherwise you can just use your phone calculator. It goes without saying that you should bring pens and pencils. Apart from that, it’s really up to you whether you want to bring some snacks or food (there’s always a place close by where you can buy food). In our experience, the rooms can get quite hot in the summer, so it’ll be a good shout to bring water with you.
About the Author: Ali Abdaal
I'm a medical student at Cambridge University, and one of the co-founders of 6med. I created the BMAT Crash Course and Interview Crash Course, and helped code BMAT Ninja and UKCAT Ninja. If you need a hand with anything, feel free to give me a shout!
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