• 12 hours of total teaching time - comprehensive coverage of all topics
2 options - 3 hours over 4 weekdays OR 6 hours for 2 days (weekend)
• 3 hours - Section 1 - Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
• 3 hours - Biology & Chemistry
• 3 hours - Physics
• 3 hours - Maths & Section 3 - the essay
• Taught by Cambridge tutors who scored in the top bracket of the country, carefully chosen for their good teaching skills
• Theory, notes & practice integrated
• Engaging sessions with polls and activities
• Continued support via email after the course
The course is for all students preparing for the BMAT exam. Some of you have not done math or physics for a while, but others may be pursuing these at a higher level of education. Our course is designed to adapt to the group’s strengths and weaknesses while ensuring comprehensive coverage of all topics and integrated practice.
If you are worried that your background knowledge in some of the sciences is not strong enough for the course, feel free to message us directly at email@example.com and we can review your individual situation with you. However, we do make sure to teach you the information you need at the course. We also have realistic practice questions so that all students can experience the expected level of difficulty at the BMAT.
If you are preparing for the IMAT, we will have an IMAT course available soon. If you plan to take both courses (BMAT live course & IMAT live course) or if you plan to take just one course but are also preparing for the other exam, get in touch with us before your class and we will make sure to provide you with additional material relevant for you.
By the end of the class, you will feel very comfortable with the full section 1 and the essay section.
For the sciences, you will have a good understanding of all the required topics. We'll dive into how they are tested and how you should be preparing, so you can maximise your section 2 score.
It's not possible to teach every BMAT science section in-depth in a 12 hours course, so you should expect to still have a lot of learning to do on your own. However, we cover the most difficult topics in detail. All others are reviewed through practice and explanations.
You will also learn strategies on how and when to guess, how to manage your time and how to best prepare.
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It is really important that as part of your BMAT revision you ensure you follow your progress using practice questions. Thankfully, all of the past papers since 2003 are available on theCambridge Assessment and Admissions Testing website. We thoroughly recommend working through as many of these as possible. Not only will it allow you to refresh your knowledge, but it will allow you to get very familiar with the exam format.