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Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing has confirmed that the September session for the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) will not go ahead this year. Students who need to take BMAT for entrance onto healthcare related courses will still be able to take the test in November, which will give them more time to prepare for the test day.
Experts from Cambridge have launched a free online guide to help teachers support students who need to take the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) to get a place to study Medicine or Dentistry in the UK.
Cambridge Assessment is working with a leading assessment software company which will offer employers and universities access to world-class thinking skills assessment to help with their recruitment.
Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is monitoring the situation with the spread of Novel Coronavirus very closely. Our top priority is to help to protect the health and safety of our candidates and their families, and of the staff in our centres.
Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is working with the Ministry of Public Education in Uzbekistan, to give them the tools they need to select the best students for five new high achieving schools opening this year.
The medical faculty of a university in Rome will start using the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) to help them select students for a Master’s course taught in English.
The University of Bath is the latest UK university to accept results from the Test of Mathematics for University Admission (from Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing) for students applying to study maths and maths-related courses.
Universities faced with the task of selecting applicants who can succeed on science-based courses can benefit from a new video from experts in Cambridge. The video produced by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing gives an overview of the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) and explains how it can also be used as a key student recruitment tool that supports widening participation programmes.
Students planning to take the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) in the 2019/20 academic year should make sure to check their revision against the BMAT test specification, to make sure they have studied every topic included in the test. Launched in May 2019 the latest specification includes some topics new to the BMAT syllabus to ensure students cover all the skills and knowledge they need to start their journey to a health-related degree.
Students wanting to find out more about BMAT – the BioMedical Admissions Test – can find answers in the latest Live Chat event held in July 2019 and now available online. Experts from BMAT developer Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing are joined by fourth year UCL medical student Wisdom Ohia, and respond to questions from students around the world keen to learn more about BMAT administration and how best to prepare for the test.