How to Improve your BMAT Score

To improve your score in the BMAT (Biomedical Admissions Test), you will need to practice your problem solving, data analysis and critical thinking skills; practice your essay writing skills; and revise your GCSE and A level scientific knowledge. These correspond to the three sections of the BMAT: Aptitude & Thinking Skills, Writing Task, and Scientific Knowledge & Applications. You will have two hours to complete the BMAT and two of the three sections are multiple-choice.

Practising your skills and knowledge with past papers is without a doubt the most effective way to prepare for the BMAT. However, if you want a competitive advantage to secure a place at your top choice university, you will want to make use of The Profs’ expert BMAT Tutors; a team of hand-picked, distinguished academics from the UK’s top Biomedical university departments. Our tutors can prepare you for any section of the test from maths to essay writing, and even advise you on time management and exam anxiety.