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THE BIOMEDICAL ADMISSIONS TEST (BMAT)

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The BMAT is a test used by many universities as one of their entrance requirements to courses in Medicine, BioMedical Science and Dentistry. Your result is an important part of the total consideration for getting an offer. For top universities which interview candidates as part of the admissions process, a low score in BMAT can be the end of your application.

The test is run by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing (CAAT) and ITS Education Asia is an open centre (#HK109). This means that any candidate may enrol to sit this test with us, whether or not they are enrolled as an ITS student.

There are two sittings per year at ITS - in early September and late October/early November. You can choose either but only one in an application cycle (per year).

Note: Due to COVID in 2021, the September test has been cancelled. Candidates may still opt to enrol for the November test date.

**IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR BMAT NOVEMBER 2021**

Candidates taking the BMAT in November 2021 will undergo a Computer Based Assessment.

They must bring their own laptop on the assessment day and have direct access to the email indicated on their enrolment. Failure to comply may result in non-admission without refund.

Important:

September entry – students must contact ATS directly; ITS is an exam centre ONLY for this session and will not do direct enrolments

October entry – students may enrol directly with ITS; ITS is BOTH the enrolling and examining centre for this session

Full information on how to apply and which universities use the test is on the official website.

If you want further advice about preparation, please contact us.

Need advice on applying to UK universities?

Need advice on applying to US universities?

Contact us by email or at 2116 3916 (Central).


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