The big day of the BMAT exam is getting close so here is part 2 of 3 from our BMAT Advice Series. Medify's here to help you beat the BMAT.
Section 2 consists of 27 questions to be taken in 30 minutes which obviously works out at about a minute per question. Section 2 covers an even split of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths, with Biology being the easiest and Maths probably the hardest. The standard difficulty of section 2 is GCSE or A-Level.
The timing of section 2 can be tough as one minute per question is generally not enough time. If you find you are spending more than a minute on a question, give it a guess and move on. If you recognise from the start that a question is going to take longer than a minute, you should have an educated guess at it and move on.
Science, research all the three main subject within it especially Physics if you are not doing Physics at A-level. Really get to know the official section 2 assumed knowledge guide and the section 2 syllabus on the Internet. Do as many practice questions and past papers as you can find under the same strict time conditions, checking your answers, and working harder on any questions you get wrong. The more prepared you are through practice, the better you will do in the real BMAT.
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