Biomedical Sciences: What is the BMAT cut-off?
We do not have a cut-off in terms of BMAT scores; you compete with other applicants, so it is difficult to predict how well you would need to perform to reach the short-list.
However, to offer a rough guide, we would suggest that the typical average applicant should be working towards a 6 (a 7 is still fairly rare) in sections 1 or 2; do note that sections 1 and 2 receive greater weighting (40% each) than section 3 (20%).
Applicants should undertake thorough preparation for BMAT - they should practice taking the test to familiarise themselves with the format of it and increase their chances of obtaining a high score. Specimen papers are available from the BMAT website.
See our recent admissions statistics for further information on average BMAT scores.