BMAT has been constructed as one of the tools by which it is possible to measure the suitability of an individual’s potential to pursue and succeed in demanding academic disciplines such as biomedical degree courses. Medical and Veterinary schools will, of course, still exercise their own judgement in assessing the suitability of a candidate to practice. However, the test does form a key part of the selection procedure and poor performance will necessarily prevent progression to the much coveted interview stage. As such all students considering universities making use of the test should ensure they are as fully prepared as possible.
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