Don't miss out. The BMAT deadline is only two weeks away.
You must register through the Exam Officer at your test centre, which is most likely to be your school. Upon registration, the Exam Officer will provide you with a candidate entry number.
During the registration process, you will need to provide the following information:
Please note that you cannot register directly for the BMAT.
If your school is not registered as an Admissions Testing centre, you can take your test at another authorised test centre.
Alternatively, your school can apply to become a test centre. The deadline for this application is 30th September.
Standard registration closes on 1st October 17:00 (BST). If you miss the standard registration deadline, you can still register until 15th October 18:00 (BST), but with an additional fee as shown below.
If you miss the late registration deadline, you will not be able to sit the November BMAT and will have to take the test in 2021.
Standard Registration Fees
Late Registration Fees
The BMAT will be held on 4th November at your chosen test centre. Note: it will be computer-based unless you will be applying for admission in Thailand or Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore.
Your test centre will advise you whether they will provide a computer for you or you will need to bring your own laptop.
For further information, refer to the official BMAT website.
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