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    (Original post by Baki)
    The laws of science are different for jjkkll. :laugh:
    Clearly.

    I'll let him off and allow him to blame it on tiredness.
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    (Original post by Kinkerz)
    You did that in your head?
    Well I wrote it down as 16/57 times 57/48, which cancels down to 16/48=1/3.
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    i ment 16*4
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    I have a theory, that this years BMAT paper is going to be the most difficult one yet.

    In previous years the only practise material available were the books and the specimen papers, but this year they have also given us last years paper.

    So we have had more resources to practise with, and therefore i think were gonna be getting a harder test.
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    (Original post by Sanjetti)
    Fair enough, I think we're approaching the question from completely different angles.

    Here's a question I came up with, enjoy (It is quite hard, and I doubt they'll ask anything this hard at BMAT!)
    2 I think, byn which i mean B
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    (Original post by Sanjetti)
    Fair enough, I think we're approaching the question from completely different angles.

    Here's a question I came up with, enjoy (It is quite hard, and I doubt they'll ask anything this hard at BMAT!)
    is it D?
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    Seeing as everyone seems to argue about the reliability of the UKCAT:

    The UKCAT is worthless as an admition test

    What do you understand from the statement? How could it be argued that the UKCAT is not suitable for medcine admitions. Right and arguement against this statment.

    :p:
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    is it D?


    id go for D.
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    BMAT Section 3 Week 1.6 Question

    (Original post by crazylemon)
    The UKCAT is worthless as an admission test


    Write a unified essay in which you address the following:

    What do you understand from the statement? How could it be argued that the UKCAT is not suitable for medicine admissions. Construct an argument against this statement, i.e in favour of the statement that "The UKCAT is a worthy admissions test".
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    How do you do question 12 on the section 2 specimen paper, the one with the chord, pks post method.
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    (Original post by logic123)
    How do you do question 12 on the section 2 specimen paper, the one with the chord, pks post method.

    Here.

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    (Original post by Sanjetti)
    Fair enough, I think we're approaching the question from completely different angles.

    Here's a question I came up with, enjoy (It is quite hard, and I doubt they'll ask anything this hard at BMAT!)
    i'd say D?
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    i'd say D?

    so would i now.

    my reading skills are gonna **** me over.

    cos eye and cornea are different words, (idiot)

    I failed my driving test 1st time cos of my reading skills to (stupid bus lane)
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    can someone pls post up some more questions on relative speed - i still don't get that stuff!!!
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    ahh jjkkll - u changed your mind!! :P
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    Question 1 of 31/10/2008

    City A and B are 500 miles apart.
    Car A is traveling at x miles per hour. Motorcycle A is traveling at 50 miles per hour relative to the car.
    The Motorcycle arrives at city B 5 hours after departing.

    How far away from City B will Car A be when the motor cycle arrives?
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    thanks ^^^
    need more help with these!!
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    thanks ^^^
    need more help with these!!

    the only problem with that question is there is a vital piece of information missing.

    Fixed now.
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    250 miles -
    oh i don't know!!! :confused:
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    Considering that question was too easy. here is a harder one.

    Question 2 of 31/10/2008

    Mary passed a certain gas station on a highway while traveling west at a constant speed of 50 miles per hour. Then, 15 minutes later, Paul passed the same gas station while traveling west at a constant speed of 60 miles per hour. If both drivers maintained their speeds and both remained on the highway for at least 2 hours, how long after he passed the gas station did Paul catch up with Mary?


    Answer(jazwalker style) : 1h 15m
 
 
 
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