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Hi guys.I'm now studying in Hong Kong and I wanna know more about BMAT.I've chosen chemistry and biology as electives.And I wanna know the content tested in BMAT is based on A-Level,GCSE knowledge or others.And if it is based on GCSE knowledge, is it double science award?Thank you XD
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Hi guys.I'm now studying in Hong Kong and I wanna know more about BMAT.I've chosen chemistry and biology as electives.And I wanna know the content tested in BMAT is based on A-Level,GCSE knowledge or others.And if it is based on GCSE knowledge, is it double science award?Thank you XD
BMAT is basically GCSE science (triple award level)...but there is a syllabus on he BMAT website so you can find out what you need to know from there

but I know that some questions from my exam were not really based on any A-level / GCSE content directly...so you may need to read around a little
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BMAT is basically GCSE science (triple award level)...but there is a syllabus on he BMAT website so you can find out what you need to know from there

but I know that some questions from my exam were not really based on any A-level / GCSE content directly...so you may need to read around a little
Thank you.Ummm....Actually I don't really understand what is the difference between triple and double.Is triple more difficult than double?And could you please recommend some books for self-studying physics(GSCE)
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Thank you.Ummm....Actually I don't really understand what is the difference between triple and double.Is triple more difficult than double?And could you please recommend some books for self-studying physics(GSCE)
I think double is just less but TBH I don't know for certain...the reason I assume triple award is the level is that Med school would want triple science applicants and not double...

I would recommend one of the BMAT revision books...some of them contain notes on the bio / chem / phys / maths and would aptly explain everything you need
e.g:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Preparing-BM...&keywords=BMAT
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