The BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Tests) is a subject specific admissions test taken by applicants to certain medicine, veterinary science and related courses, such as pharmacology, physiological sciences, biomedical science. BMAT testing is increasing because universities are finding it increasingly hard to differentiate between students with too many A grades.How to Master the BMAT consists of six sections of revision materials for the maths, physics, chemistry and biology components of the BMAT, with additional notes for problems solving and the writing task. At the end of each of these six sections a set of review questions check that you have the core knowledge; some of this knowledge will have already been acquired through your GCSE and A-level studies. It also contains full mock tests that should be attempted under exam conditions. They provide the equivalent of three BMAT tests (nine papers). Whatever your knowledge base you are supported throughout the book and where possible each question is complete with revision topics, indicated in brackets.
How to Master the BMAT
Unbeatable Preparation for Success in the BioMedical Admissions Test