Essential information you need to know for the BMAT – November 2020.
The BMAT – November 2020 will be computer-based, rather than hand-written.
It will be delivered through the Mercer Mettl platform. The technical requirements are as below:
Note that mobile devices including phones, smartphones, iPads and tablets are not supported.
For full specifications, refer to information relating to ‘Proctored exam’.
You will be advised by your test centre on whether they will provide a computer for you or you will need to bring your own laptop.
There have been changes to Section 1 of the test since last year. Note these points when solving practice papers:
In our Online BMAT Course, we have highlighted these questions in the past papers.
In the past, students were given an A4 piece of paper on which to complete their essay. The BMAT – November 2020 will have a word limit of 550 words.
Practise writing your essays on a word processor to emulate the test conditions.
In the past, students who had done well in the BMAT but worse in the UCAT would focus on BMAT universities.
However, most students will be sitting the test in November this year, meaning that they will need to apply before knowing their BMAT result.
Which UK universities require the BMAT?
International students only