Candidates taking the BMAT in November

The BMAT registration for the November test date has been delayed from 1 September to 15 September. RELC Examinations Bureau (RELC EB) will be accepting test payments from  15 September to 30 September (before 11.30pm SGT) , and the online registration form can only be filled a day after payment.
Please click here or paste https://www.relc.org.sg/qualifications-certifications/admission-tests/bmat in your browser to access the site.
The British Council has not released any details for the testing at their location yet. They generally upload a form to be filled here, and require a payment afterwards. You can browse their respective pages for any updates on the testing.
BMAT Registration Opens

15 September 2020 – Registration form can only be filled after payment

BMAT Registration Deadline

1 October 2020, 12:00PM SGT – To avoid the additional late fees
15 October 2020, 12:00PM SGT – To avoid invalid registration

 BMAT November Test Date

4 November 2020, 3:00PM SGT

If you did not take the test in August, you can take the BMAT in November instead, as long as the university/course of your choice accepts November results. Please remember, you can only take the BMAT ONCE in a year, either August or November.

Here’s the list of schools that ONLY accept the BMAT November test results. All other schools that accept the August test results also accept the November test results.

  • University of Oxford – Medicine and BioMedical Sciences
  • NTU – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
  • Nazarbayev University School of Medicine

To Prep Zone Academy’s BMAT students

  • Please remember to do the past year papers found on the official website here, and start submitting in your section 3 essays for grading if you haven’t already done that. If the feedback on your essay shows that you need improvement, please remember to book our individual, 1-to-1 classes or re-attend the group sessions to get better clarity.
  • For sections 1 and 2, you can either self-grade or send it to us for grading. And then either self-review or review with a tutor on your mistakes. Remember, it is ok to make mistakes, you just shouldn’t be repeating them. The section 1 has a slight change, but as long as you are practicing diligently, that shouldnt affect your practice and score (and now you have more time per question for section 1).
  • If you have not done any tests, start off with the 2015 paper first. Please aim to do the 10 papers from this decade before moving onto the previous years, but keep 2018 and 2019 to be done in October.

For further enquires, call us at  +65 6812 9999.

All the best preparing for the BMAT!

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