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BMAT is the BioMedical Admissions Tests. It is a subject-specific admissions test taken by applicants to certain medicine and veterinary medicine related courses at selected institutions in the UK.
What are the components of the test?
The BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is a two hour pen and paper test consisting of three sections.
Section 1: Aptitude and Skills (60 minutes)
Section 2: Scientific Knowledge and Applications (30 minutes)
Section 3: Writing Task (30 minutes)
When can I take the BMAT 2013?
Test Date: 6 November 2013 (Wednesday)
Test Time: 1530 - 1730
When is the registration period?
Standard Entry: closed
Late Entry: 30 September (after 12.00 noon HK time) - 15 October 2013 (before 12.00 noon HK time)
Applications must be received by British Council by the deadline.
Where can I get the Registration Form and Information for Candidates?
Download 2013 Information for Candidates - BMAT
How much is the examination fee for 2013?
Standard Entry in 2013: HKD 2,070 (registration is closed)
Late Entry in 2013: HKD 2,700 (registration is closed)
How can I register for the test?
By post - Please send your completed registration form with a copy of your HKID card or passport, and a cheque made payable to “British Council” or pay by credit card (please see Information for Candidates) to:
3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
In person - Please go to Customer Services Centre at 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong.
Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 8.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed
You can pay by credit card, EPS or cheque made payable to "British Council". We regret that we cannot accept cash at the Customer Services Centre.
For enquiry, please contact us on (852) 29135131 or (852) 29135173.
How can I prepare for the BMAT?
Candidates are strongly advised to prepare for the test by referring to the test content and doing the sample tests on the BMAT website: www.bmat.org.uk
We aim to do our best to cater for candidates with special needs. We will do all we can to enable candidates to understand test questions and ways of giving answers. All candidates, irrespective of their disability, will be assessed fairly and objectively.
Candidates who require special arrangements are asked to contact us before they submit their application. Relevant supporting materials such as medical certificates should be submitted during registration.
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