Please see below information about the impact of COVID-19 on the upcoming admissions testing sessions in 2020.
Tests taking place in November 2020
The deadline for centres to register candidates for the tests taking place on 4 and 5 November was 15 October 2020, 18:00 UK time.
No entries are accepted after the deadline.
To ensure we can run our November admissions tests safely across the world, adhering to local social distancing guidelines, we have moved some of our tests to a different date.
Some tests will run on the previously scheduled date of 4 November and others will run on the new date of 5 November. Candidates should register with their centre in the usual way. Please make sure you check the date for your test carefully.
The table below provides a summary of the test date changes:
*Your school/centre will be able to advise whether you should bring your own laptop or if a computer will be provided for you.
For more information about computer based admissions tests, please see our support article here.
For full details about your admissions test, please visit the individual test pages by clicking on the test names above.
Test centres can find information about the administration of the tests here. Test-specific instruction documents for both paper-based and computer-based tests have now been added here. Please note, you will need to sign into the support site with your centre credentials to access this content.
BMAT September 2020
Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the BMAT – September test session will not go ahead this year.
We will be administering the BMAT – November test session, which will take place on 4 November 2020 (see above).
For further information about BMAT – November, including key dates and how to register for the test, visit the BMAT – November page.
Please ensure you also check with your chosen institution(s) to confirm which BMAT test session(s) they will accept as an alternative to BMAT – September.
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