hi! i applied to westminster and didn't get in with very similar subjects. its important to note that unfortunately westminster are looking for more humanities students as they tend to find that most of the boys are applying for the STEM based subject, so off the bat you have a bit more difficult time. dont let that put you off, but just worth keeping in mind because i found that applying for humanities subjects (and naturally also being good at them) meant that you were more likely to get accepted. this is just my experience.
the format of the exams is about 1 hour per paper as well as around 30 minutes (can't remember exactly) on questions about "what makes you suited for westminster" and "describe yourself in 30 words or less". just know your strengths before going on and be prepared to write about yourself impressively.
in terms of what to revise, its so important that you know your gcse knowledge inside and out. obviously thats a nobrainer but like make sure youre getting the hardest MCQs correct as that is about 50% of the chemistry paper in particular. they will also test you on some alevel chemistry knowledge, by explaining it you first and then helping you through questions. this section is more to see how you think, but it might be useful to practice some problem solving skills and preparing to be faced with questions you may have no idea about. for biology, you will get a long essay question on something like "explain how carbon moves through plants to humans, detailling all of the processes and systems". very complex and hard to tackle, just be clear with what youre wriitng and present an argument that shows off your knowledge BUT PLAN the essay before you write it. maths just practice questions, as its mostly hard questions but simple concepts.