A straightforward way to think about the main differences in UCAT and BMAT is that the UCAT aims to get a greater understanding of your “raw” abilities. These include speed reading, mental arithmetic, decision making and more. The UCAT is not so concerned with your basic knowledge but instead tests you through more abstract concepts. So what about the BMAT?Read more...
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