The Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is a two-hour, pen and paper examination owned and administered by the Admissions Testing Service (ATS) to assess biomedical knowledge of applicants to medicine, veterinary medicine, and related courses at the university level. The number of questions and time allotted per section of the BMAT vary per section.
The BMAT contains three sections:
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