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When is a good time to start revising for it- Its in August this year? Should I be revising now?
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No. No. No.
Wayyyyy too early
UKCAT- you choose to sit it any time between July and October. I'd recommend beginning to revise about 6 weeks before starting with a couple of hours a day or so
BMAT- I'd get UKCAT out the way and then start revising for this. I did Novemeber sitting and began revising end of September. If you are doing the earlier sitting then start revising maybe also 6 weeks before? But then I'd get the UKCAT done first and do that in July?
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(Original post by AzureCeleste)
No. No. No.
Wayyyyy too early
UKCAT- you choose to sit it any time between July and October. I'd recommend beginning to revise about 6 weeks before starting with a couple of hours a day or so
BMAT- I'd get UKCAT out the way and then start revising for this. I did Novemeber sitting and began revising end of September. If you are doing the earlier sitting then start revising maybe also 6 weeks before? But then I'd get the UKCAT done first and do that in July?
I only sat the ukcat so can't talk for bmat but even 6 weeks for ukcat prep might be a bit much in my opinion - I did about 4 weeks overall with 2 weeks more intense (at the same time as work experience and holidays)
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I only sat the ukcat so can't talk for bmat but even 6 weeks for ukcat prep might be a bit much in my opinion - I did about 4 weeks overall with 2 weeks more intense (at the same time as work experience and holidays)
6 weeks tends to be recommended and I say start off slow as in a couple of hours here and there and pick it up properly in the last 2 weeks (I personally only picked it up intensively in the last week)
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No. No. No.
Wayyyyy too early
UKCAT- you choose to sit it any time between July and October. I'd recommend beginning to revise about 6 weeks before starting with a couple of hours a day or so
BMAT- I'd get UKCAT out the way and then start revising for this. I did Novemeber sitting and began revising end of September. If you are doing the earlier sitting then start revising maybe also 6 weeks before? But then I'd get the UKCAT done first and do that in July?
If you don't mind me asking, did you score very well? My issue is I dont do physics or maths so I'd have to learn the spec needed- Maths should be fine but not physics
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If you don't mind me asking, did you score very well? My issue is I dont do physics or maths so I'd have to learn the spec needed- Maths should be fine but not physics
Yeah I scored well on both of them.
For BMAT it's based upon the GCSE's- so if you did GCSE maths or physics you will be fine. For BMAT I hadn't done GCSE's (different exam board I was on) so for me it was learning 4 specs- only one which really mattered and was different was the biology section though
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