The 30-day BMAT challenge acts as a study schedule and virtual tutor. It includes tips, techniques and strategies to prepare for the exam. We created the 30-day challenge to help kickstart BMAT preparation and ensure students are analysing their performance the right way. You will learn how to analyse practice test results, breakdown reasoning and where necessary, refine your reasoning process.
The challenge includes day-to-day personal exercises in the form of challenges. These challenges build on one another to structure revision and teach exam theory in a way that is applicable to improve weak areas.
The challenge requires students to commit roughly 20 - 35 hours of self-directed learning per week.
We offer two additional download options to ensure that you get the most out of the BMAT challenge.
Option 1: Standard ebook only (Free)
The 30-day BMAT challenge ebook only.
Option 2: Standard ebook and BMAT spreadsheet (0.99p)
One of the essential rules of preparing for the BMAT is learning from your mistakes. To do that, of course, you need to remember your mistakes. Our BMAT spreadsheet is an advanced error log to record, review, and remember missed answers. You also record details about question format, content, and details about why you missed each question. Ultimately, you begin to understand the logic behind the most common question-types and gather data on what your weaknesses are and other tendencies that lead to mistakes.
Please note: The BMAT challenge DOES NOT provide practice questions or strategies to use in the live test. It is SOLELY focussed on preparation strategy. The reason for this is because there are already comprehensive resources that provide practice questions and teach live strategies, some of which are free.