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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    Wtf why? Your UKCAT is so high?! Where else are you applying?
    Because i'm stupid, i started revision for BMAt last week too, and i haven't even looked at Section one or three :'(
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    (Original post by )
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    Tbf if you do that well in your UKCAT you'll be fine for the BMAT, when did you start revising?
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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    Tbf if you do that well in your UKCAT you'll be fine for the BMAT, when did you start revising?
    Edited my last comment. What about you?
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    Edited my last comment. What about you?
    Last week as well haha, tbh I'm just ticking stuff off the section 2 syllabus and doing some section 1 and 2 past papers atm
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    Last week as well haha, tbh I'm just ticking stuff off the section 2 syllabus and doing some section 1 and 2 past papers atm
    Ugh, yeah i'm just finishing the Physics section in the guide and then starting section 1 hopefully. I don't have a clue what i'm going to do for the essay
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    Ugh, yeah i'm just finishing the Physics section in the guide and then starting section 1 hopefully. I don't have a clue what i'm going to do for the essay
    Do you have the 400 BMAT book? It has some bullet points on ethics etc that are handy. Then last year I made some mindmaps of ethical issues related to topics like free speech, euthanasia, patient autonomy etc. I literally did 3 essays the night before the exam last year and a similar essay question came up so I got very lucky in that respect. Otherwise, all I can say is cover all the points in the question and you're guaranteed a minimum score of 3.
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    (Original post by yasaminO_o)
    Do you have the 400 BMAT book? It has some bullet points on ethics etc that are handy. Then last year I made some mindmaps of ethical issues related to topics like free speech, euthanasia, patient autonomy etc. I literally did 3 essays the night before the exam last year and a similar essay question came up so I got very lucky in that respect. Otherwise, all I can say is cover all the points in the question and you're guaranteed a minimum score of 3.
    Yeah i have! i was going to take it back because it was on the old syllabus but i guess not, thank you.
    Well i need more than a 3 based on previous cut off points so i guess i'll have to revise as much as i can in these last days.
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    Yeah i have! i was going to take it back because it was on the old syllabus but i guess not, thank you.
    Well i need more than a 3 based on previous cut off points so i guess i'll have to revise as much as i can in these last days.
    Good luck, let me know how you get on
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    Good luck, let me know how you get on
    Thanks, you too
 
 
 
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