The BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is an admissions test for applicants to Medicine, Biomedical Science and Dentistry courses at certain universities.
What’s the BMAT and who should take it?
As well as being an entry requirement, BMAT gives you the chance to stand out from the crowd and show your potential to succeed on a demanding science-based university course.
It does not require a lot of extra study as it is a test of skills and knowledge that learners are expected to already have.
Exam Dates and Fees
Exam date: 02 November 2017
Location: Akademeia High School, ul. Ledóchowskiej 2, Warsaw
|Admissions Test Service exam
||Standard fee (until October 1st, 2017 at 12:00)
||Late entry fee (until October 15th, 2017 at 12:00)
How to register
Send an email to email@example.com requesting to sign up. You’ll be sent an online registration form collecting necessary details and with information on how to make payment for the exam.
BMAT results will be accessible on 24 November 2017 on the Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing website; you’ll be provided with as username and password on exam day.
Under the appropriate circumstances, Akademeia High School’s Exam Centre may issue a refund. Those circumstances are as follows:
- If you cancel your registration before the close of registration on 15 October 2017 by 12:00, you will receive 100% of a refund.
- If you cancel or are absent during the examination due to illness, death of a close relative, or other emergency, you may receive 50% of the registration fee under the condition that you provide acceptable evidence to support your request. This request must be made and all relevant evidence must be submitted to Akademeia High School’s Exam Centre no later than 5 working days after the date of the examination.
Exam candidates are expected to follow the rules and regulations specified in the Cambridge Assessment Admission Testing’s Notice to Candidates as well as the instructions of representatives of the Akademeia High School’s Exam Centre, including examination officers and invigilators.