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    Hiiiiii guys,
    This is the first question I've asked on this website, so I hope I'm doing this right..!
    I was just wondering if I have to take either the BMAT or UKCAT or neither for studying Biomedicine at either Sussex, Exeter, Newcastle or Durham uni?
    I've done some research and all I've found is that it is compulsory to take these for studying Medicine. I've left booking the tests extremely late and there are hardly any tests available now, so I would really appreciate fast replies, I'm stressing out!!
    Also, if I wish to transfer to Medicine after my first year of Biomed, would I need to take the BMAT or UKCAT NOW, or after that first year?


    You don't need to take the UKCAT or BMAT for biomed.

    If you want to transfer, you don't take the UCAT now, they'll advise whether they require the UKCAT to be taken then. But it isn't now as the score is only valid for the current application cycle.
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