Do You Need BMAT Imperial?

Yes, Imperial College London requires candidates to take the BMAT (Biomedical Admissions Test) for applications to study Medicine. You will need to achieve a score of at least 3.5 in Sections 1 and 2, and 2.5 in Section 3, the essay paper, in order to not be automatically rejected. To stand out from the rest of the applicant pool, however, you will want to score even higher. Take a look at The Profs’ guide on how to improve your BMAT score and make sure to get in touch with one of our brilliant BMAT Tutors. They can help you with any of the three BMAT sections, whether you need to develop your problem-solving skills, improve your maths ability, require guidance on how to write a high-scoring essay, or even just learn better time management for the day of the exam. No matter the issue, we will have a tutor for you: we only work with the very best. In fact, 40% of our tutors have PhDs, 90% are postgrads, and 100% have over two years of tutoring experience.

However, the BMAT is discontinued as of 2024. Imperial has announced that it is replacing the BMAT with the UCAT. Please read our article on the UCAT, and reach out to our expert UCAT tutors for support.