Sometimes candidates look into registering for an admissions test with the intention of taking it as practice, or as a challenge. However, there are some things that you should consider first.
Check if you can receive the test result
Whilst you can technically take the admissions test as a challenge, if it's a test for which results are not issued to candidates, you would not be able to see your result or measure how you fared. Results are released to candidates for BMAT, STEP, IMAT, TSA and TSA S1, ELAT and TMUA only.
It may be a better option to practice with the past papers instead
We'd recommend referring to the past papers on our website if you wish to practice and familiarise yourself with an admissions test. Each year, the previous October session test papers are released (usually around spring time) for practice purposes.
You can see more on registering for admissions tests before they are required in this article. If you have further questions about admissions testing requirements, you may find it useful to view this article.