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    BMAT scores fluctuate up and down every year. So what might be good this year is below cut off next year.

    In fact some medical admission tutors (at least for UCL) sit the BMAT every year to judge the exams difficulty on previous years!
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    Also what is actually considered a competitive BMAT Score for Oxbridge?
    Average for interviewees at Oxford was 63% last year (just above a 6.0 average for S1 and 2). I think it was about 66% the year before that.
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    Average for interviewees was 63% last year (just above a 6.0 average for S1 and 2). I think it was about 66% the year before that.
    Oh ok thanks is this for specific place? And does that mean 63% got interview or you had to be above 63%?


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    BMAT scores fluctuate up and down every year. So what might be good this year is below cut off next year.

    In fact some medical admission tutors (at least for UCL) sit the BMAT every year to judge the exams difficulty on previous years!
    Oh ok so is it not like the ukcat like as Newcastle seem to operate a cut off and it seems to have risen from 668- 690 in last few years. So the BMAT scores aren't increasing ?


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