The Ultimate BMAT Guide: 800 Practice Questions

The Ultimate BMAT Guide: 800 Practice Questions : Fully Worked Solutions, Time Saving Techniques, Score Boosting Strategies, 12 Annotated Essays, 2018 Edition (BioMedical Admissions Test) UniAdmissions

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The 2nd Edition of the Best Selling BMAT Book

Published by the UKs Leading Medical Admissions Company, the Ultimate BMAT Guide is the most comprehensive BMAT book available. Written for the 2019 Entry, it contains powerful time-saving strategies that will allow you to answer difficult questions within the time limit as well a massive 800 Practice Questions written in the style and difficulty of the real exam. Each question comes with Fully Worked Solutions that guide you through the most efficient way for getting the correct answer as quickly as possible. This book includes 90 critical thinking, 60 data analysis, 150 problem solving, 75 biology, 75 chemistry, 75 physics 75 maths questions and 3 Full Mock Papers.



With contributions and advice from over 15 Specialist BMAT Tutors, this is your Ultimate companion to the BMAT and a MUST-BUY for those looking to do well in the exam.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 360 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 19.05mm | 839.15g
  • Waltham Cross, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • 2nd New edition
  • 0993571190
  • 9780993571190
  • 21,738

About Rohan Agarwal

Rohan is the Director of Operations at UniAdmissions and is responsible for its technical and commercial arms. He graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and is a fully qualified doctor. Over the last five years, he has tutored hundreds of successful Oxbridge and Medical applicants. He has also authored ten books on admissions tests and interviews.
Rohan has taught physiology to undergraduates and interviewed medical school applicants for Cambridge. He has published research on bone physiology and writes education articles for the Independent and Huffington Post. In his spare time, Rohan enjoys playing the piano and table tennis.
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