30-DAY BMAT Virtual Tutor (Beta)
Daily exercises to effectively spot weak areas & kickstart you into constructive studying.
Not sure where to start with your BMAT preparation? We have designed a 30-day virtual tutor that has been tried-and-tested by hundreds of candidates to date.
The course incorporates the preparation plan from high scoring candidates that took the exam and acts as a virtual tutor to structure revision.
So what is this BMAT Preparation Plan?
Step 1: Recognise
This is the first step in the course and It involves recognising your strongest and weakest areas in the BMAT. The 30-day challenge is designed to help identify this early on as it will dictate how you prepare for the exam.
Step 2: Prioritise
A lot of candidates fall into the trap of practising what they enjoy and are good at, whilst neglecting the areas they find more challenging! The challenge is designed to ensure you are constantly attacking weak areas and improving your score in the shortest time possible.
Step 3: Improve
The 30-day challenge includes links to articles and resources to help improve skill in each section. These include tips, techniques and strategies to put into practice.
Step 4: Practice
Whilst it is important to practice ALL sections of the BMAT, the challenge encourages you to focus more on the weak areas identified and put everything you have learned into practice.
Step 5: Evaluate
The challenge is designed to assess your progress over time and offers tips on what parameters to consider when assessing performance.
Contribution from high scoring candidates
Contributors are successful candidates that have taken the BMAT in the last 2 years and aced it! from past candidates who have scored in the top 20% to become successful Oxbridge medics.
The goal is to effectively identify weak areas in the exam and complete preparation in 30 days.
What to Expect
- Daily exercises sent to inbox over 30 days
- No more than 2-3 hours of work required per day
- Exclusive tips and advice
- Recommended readings and resources to improve
What You Will Need
- A designated notebook
- BMAT past papers
- BMAT Specification/ Assummed Knowledge guide
- Any BMAT Book with practice questions
Last but not Least
Access to private Facebook Study Group and a chance to win a free 1-to-1 consultation to review personal statement and help prepare for the exam.