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Results from the BMAT – November 2021 session will be released on 26 November 2021.
You can check your BMAT results by logging into our Metritests system. Use the login details from your Confidential Results Information sheet, which you will be given on the day of the test.
Whether you need to share your results with universities or whether they will be shared automatically depends on which universities you have applied to. Check what you need to do below:
Your results are automatically sent to any BMAT universities that you informed your test centre about when registering for the test.
Can I add and/or remove universities before my results are released?
If you would like to make any changes to the universities you applied to, you will need to contact your test centre. Any amendments will need to be submitted to us by your Exams Officer in advance of the test date.
Your results are not sent to universities automatically. You need to select which universities you want to receive your results using our Metritests system. This can be done as soon as the results have been released.
Your results are valid until 31 July 2022, but please check with your chosen universities for any information about when they need the results, to make sure you share them in time for your application to be considered.
How to release your results to universities
Follow three easy steps:
What if I don’t use the Metritests system?
If you do not make your selection using the Metritests system, your test results will not be provided to the university.
Can I send my results to universities I have not applied to?
For most universities, sharing results does not constitute an application, and your results will not be considered unless you have also made a formal application to the university. Please contact the universities directly on how to do this.
The majority of universities consider your BMAT score, alongside the other information in your application, so that they can decide whether or not to invite you for an interview. This applies to all UK universities that accept BMAT.
Some universities may use the score alongside the other information in your application to make a decision on whether to offer you a place on the course.
To find out exactly how universities use BMAT results, visit the relevant department’s website or speak to them directly.
If you have submitted a request for Special Consideration, we have investigated the information you provided and informed your chosen universities of the outcome, so that they consider it alongside your score.
It is important to be aware that the score you receive is based only on your performance in the test and does not reflect any Special Consideration received.
The universities you have applied to will consider all of the information they have from your application to ensure that every applicant is treated fairly.
See the most recent explanation of results:
Explanation of results 2021
Explanation of Results 2020
Explanation of Results 2019
Explanation of Results 2018
Explanation of Results 2017
Explanation of Results 2016
Explanation of Results 2015
Explanation of Results 2014
Explanation of Results 2013
Explanation of Results 2012
Explanation of Results 2011
Explanation of Results 2010
Explanation of Results 2009
Explanation of Results 2008
Explanation of Results 2007
Explanation of Results 2006
Explanation of Results 2005
Explanation of Results 2004
Explanation of Results 2003
Applicants must only take BMAT once in an admissions cycle. Taking the test twice may be viewed by a university as an attempt to gain unfair advantage.
BMAT results are only valid in the year that the test is taken and cannot be carried over to a re-application.
Likewise, a candidate’s score from one year will not affect their chances of re-applying in later years, as each application is considered afresh.
Students are not expected to get everything right in BMAT, and a typical candidate will get about half of the questions correct.
BMAT scores are used differently by universities; some will place more importance on your results than others. Check with your university directly for more information.
If you believe that there has been an error in the processing or reporting of your results, you can ask your centre to submit a Results Enquiry on your behalf. This must be submitted within five working days from the release of your results (i.e. the deadline for BMAT – November 2021 is 3 December).
If a candidate thinks a Malpractice case or a Results Enquiry outcome was incorrectly handled, they can submit an Appeal.
For more information about our policies and processes, please visit our Customer Support Site.
If you can’t find your Confidential Results Information sheet, either you or your test centre will need to contact our Customer Support Team. You’ll be asked to provide a copy of your ID in order to be reissued your login details.