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    Hi, I'm currently trying to prepare for the BMAT and didn't know whether I should get the 400 questions BMAT book or the 700 questions book. What's the difference between them apart from the 700 questions book obviously having more questions in it?

    What other resources are people using to prepare?
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    You may as well get the 700 questions book, its probably more up to date and you can definitely do 700 questions in 3 weeks. I have also been using the 600 questions book and, although the answers section is riddled with errors, I have found it useful.
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    (Original post by HMarles)
    You may as well get the 700 questions book, its probably more up to date and you can definitely do 700 questions in 3 weeks. I have also been using the 600 questions book and, although the answers section is riddled with errors, I have found it useful.
    Ahh thankyou! Are you applying to medicine, veterinary or dentistry this year? How else are you preparing?
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    (Original post by louisagordon)
    Ahh thankyou! Are you applying to medicine, veterinary or dentistry this year? How else are you preparing?
    I'm a medical applicant, I intend on also using a load of the mocks off BMAT ninja during half term to blast the actual exam technique and timings. Other than that not much else...
 
 
 
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