Every year we search the internet far and wide to find free BMAT sample questions and share them here in this article. Saving you time doing it yourself! The official BMAT exam does not endorse the BMAT sample questions below. However, they can still be helpful to consolidate knowledge and work on core skills. Become a Dentist Blackstone Tutors CBM Practice Duke’s Medical Application Kaplan OCR Critical Thinking Step Maths Wiki Jobs Found other free BMAT questions not listed? Share a link in the comments so that other students may benefit
Use the BMAT score conversion tables below to convert raw past paper marks in all three sections. The BMAT score conversion tables below for section 1 and 2 are based on the official conversion table document and should be used to convert your raw marks in both sections. The section 3 conversion table on the other hand is based on the official marking criteria and the scoring system used in our free BMAT essay marking guide. Please note that our scoring system is NOT endorsed by the official BMAT exam. However, we have designed all three to bark on the side of caution, so that in most cases, a similar [Read More]
In this article, we will explore the different ways you can use and attempt the BMAT past papers. The official BMAT site has over 15 years worth of BMAT past papers. However, they must be utilised effectively during preparation. Let’s explore the different ways you can use and attempt BMAT papers. 1. Diagnostic test A diagnostic test is a past paper that you take at the beginning of your prep to determine your strengths and weaknesses as well as how much you need to improve. Your diagnostic results give you an estimate of how well you would do on the BMAT and which parts of the test you’re struggling with. [Read More]
Reviewing your results in BMAT papers is vital during practice. In this article, we will explore the SWOT analysis framework I recommend to assess performance. SWOT analysis is a framework for identifying and analysing the internal and external factors that can have an impact on your BMAT performance. The framework is credited to Albert Humphrey, who tested the approach in the 60s and early 70s. Organisations of all types now adopt it as an aid in making business decisions. However, it can be used for personal assessment, and we will apply the framework to assess our results in BMAT papers. When and why you should do a SWOT analysis A [Read More]
Reviewing past paper performance can be tedious at times. As a result, many students fail to review their results effectively. I would go as far as to say that it is almost not worth doing a BMAT paper unless you can spend an adequate amount of time reviewing results. One approach is the SWOT method. It works by identifying four key elements: Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunity and Threats. You can find a quick breakdown here. For detailed step-by-step guidance, check out my BMAT study guide.