To all those getting their BMAT results today, 23rd November, we’d like to wish you the very best of luck!
If you got the scores you expected, or did better than expected, good luck with the rest of the application process too! You’re one step closer to getting in, but don’t get complacement. Remember, you still need to come across as competent and professional in any interviews you’re now offered.
If you didn’t quite get the scores you wanted, don’t lose heart. BMAT is an important part of the selection process for the universities that demand you sit it, but it’s not the only determinant of success. Until you know for sure what the outcome of your application is, don’t give up!
If at the end of the process, you opt to resit BMAT and reapply next year, GeMS offers courses both specifically on the BMAT, and also all the other aspects of applying to medical school. Details can be found on the GeMS – Get into Medical School website.