Structuring your time and having a clear idea of what happens when is crucial to making sure you get yourself the best score possible on the BMAT. Here’s an example of what things might look like for you!
6 months to test day
Unless you’re resitting or on a slightly different journey, you’re in year 12/lower sixth/S5 now
You know you’re applying to medicine and have tailored your subjects to suit this
You’re going to open days and starting to decide where it is that you want to apply
One or more of your chosen universities require the BMAT!
3-4 months to test day
4-6 weeks to test day
4-6 weeks to test day is when you want to start some solid revision
You want to start with a small amount of time each day and gradually increase the time you spend revising throughout these six weeks
You can use MasterMedPrep’s BMAT blogs for pointers
The Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing site has a BMAT resources page with free resources you can start preparing with
3-5 weeks to test day
Make sure in this time frame you are now sitting full and timed BMAT mocks
Make sure you’re making notes of topics you find tricky and brush up on the content specifications in these areas
1 day to test day
Take it easy. Do something fun or relaxing or whatever you’d like the day before your exam, just treat yourself to a rest day.
You got this!
The BMAT is a tricky test as with any medical admissions test, but with the right preparation, it is an exam that you can ace!
Any further questions?