BMAT Crash Course – Malaysia

We’ve been running our course in Singapore each September for the past 3 years. This year, we are thinking about switching things up and running the course in Malaysia.

£109 – Register

We are currently updating the service with our 2020 course dates – watch this space!

BMAT Crash Course Malaysia

Welcome to BMAT Crash Course Malaysia! The course we offer is a 7-hour intensive BMAT Crash Course to help introduce you to the exam while teaching you techniques to do well in the various section. It is a one day course, lasting from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm where we would cover all the sections in the exam. We will break the day up into 4 sessions; firstly, the techniques you would need for Section 1, followed by the science you need for Section 2, and finally the most efficient way to tackle Section 3. The last 30 minutes would be spent on admissions talk, where you can ask us about any applications, interviews, personal statements etc.

The course content is identical to the ones run in the UK. Don’t worry, because we will take you step-by-step through all the sections of the exam. Additional resources would be made available to you as well after the course, and you would be able to access them for your BMAT practice! If you have any further questions, you could check out our website or contact us.

Applicants sitting for BMAT (UMalaya) are also welcome to apply! The format of the test is pretty much identical to the test in UK, so this course would definitely be suitable for you to join as well! 

Regardless of where you are applying, the BMAT still poses as a formidable challenge for you to pass; however, with focused preparation and a little luck, you are sure to do well on the test. We hope to see you on our course!

The Team

Our Malaysia BMAT Crash Course is being run by two current medical students from Malaysia, with plenty of support from the BMAT Crash Course team in the UK.

Luanne Lai

Luanne is a third year medic at Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia and strongly identifies in universal accessibility to education. She enjoys volunteering in random initiatives around Malaysia, picking up neat skills such as coding, and reading obsessively in her spare time.

Jerry Tan

Jerry is a third year medic at Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia and believes very strongly that knowledge is meant to be shared. He enjoys classical singing, music, food hunting and reads avidly in his spare time.