3 Tips for the Online BMAT

BMAT

2020-11-03

The BMAT – November 2020 will be computer-based and delivered through the Mercer Mettl platform. Find out what you can expect and get last-minute advice.

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How Do I Take the BMAT at Home?

If you cannot access a test centre due to COVID-19, you will sit the BMAT via remote proctoring.

If this is you, remember:

  • Close all other windows prior to commencing the test.
  • Don’t press F5 (reload) during the test.
  • Your responses will be saved automatically.
A screenshot showing demo test instructions for the Mercer Mettl platform.

You will be required to go through security measures:

  • Take a photo of yourself looking towards the camera/webcam, ensuring that your face is lighted evenly.
A screenshot showing how the photo of your face must be taken on the Mercer Mettl platform

  • Provide a photo of your identification, making sure that the information on your ID is clearly visible.
A screenshot showing how the photo of your identification must be taken on the Mercer Mettl platform
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For All Candidates: What I Can Expect from BMAT

Your test screen will look similar to the demo screen below:

A screenshot showing the demo Mercer Mettl test screen.

Time remaining shown on the top right.

Your question on the left.

The answer section on the right.

‘Next Question’ button to move on.

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Last Minute Advice

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