What’s included in our BMAT Tutoring sessions?
32 multiple-choice questions, 60 minutes. Section 1 of the BMAT exam tests your problem solving skills, data analysis and the ability to understand arguments.
27 multiple-choice questions, 30 minutes. Section 2 of the BMAT exam tests your knowledge in science. Focusing on Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
30 minutes. Section 3 of the BMAT exam tests your capability in choosing, organising and developing ideas. These ideas are then put into writing as effectively as possible. During the exam, you’ll select a question and write an essay.
Section by section focused lessons, understanding the style and variety of questions asked.
Understanding common patterns often found in Abstract reasoning as well as developing a well-organised approach to these questions.
Increasing comprehension and reading speed to help with both decision making and verbal reasoning.
Maths focused lessons to help students develop confidence with arithmetic used in Quantitative reasoning.
Understanding common medical ethics as well as developing a neutral framework to help with situational judgement. Utilising frameworks written in GMCs ‘good medical practice’ guides.