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Hi so I did bad on my UCAT and im going to do my BMAT on November the 3rd which is 38 days from now. Firstly is that enough time and if so how many hours a day should I aim to revise? keeping i mind I have to balance my A levels. And what's an effective way to revise? I feel like I do have many gaps in my knowledge and there seems to be quite a lot on the BMAT spec and I don't want to get overwhelmed. Also do you think the BMAT is harder than the UCAT?
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I'm also planning to do the BMAT this year. I've just started by making some flashcards for the content kind of stuff for section 2. Then planning to do loads of past papers as unlike UCAT there are loads online. I'm also going to ask a couple of my teachers at school for maths gcse papers etc, since its meant to be similar. Honestly, I'm hoping UCAT prep will see me through the first section! I personally think it's easier, as there's content to revise, unlike the UCAT.
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