This article contains information for candidates who need to take BMAT Netherlands in 2018.
Introduction to BMAT Netherlands
What is BMAT Netherlands?
BMAT tests your ability to apply scientific and mathematical knowledge, as well as problem solving, critical thinking and written communication skills that are essential to university-level study.
BMAT Netherlands is taken in English. It is a 2-hour 10 minute, pen-and-paper test, which consists of three sections. Sections 1 and 2 are multiple choice, and Section 3 is a writing task.
If you're applying for the following courses, you will need to take BMAT:
|Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC)||Medicine, Biomedical Sciences|
|University of Twente||Technical Medicine|
|Wageningen University||Nutrition and Health|
When does the test take place?
10 February 2018.
Preparing for the test
How can I prepare for the test?
Resources to help you prepare for BMAT Netherlands can be found on our website here.
Registering for the test
How do I register for the test?
For the latest information, including key dates and details about registration and where you take the test, please visit the website of your chosen institution(s). If you are applying to more than one BMAT-using institution, you must let the institutions know.
How do I request access arrangements?
If you have any special requirements for taking the test, you need to inform your university or centre (where you are taking the test) as soon as possible.
Taking the test
Candidates should use a soft pencil for Sections 1 and 2 of BMAT. It’s a good idea to have a pencil eraser too.
For Section 3 of BMAT you must use a black ink pen. Use of correction fluid is not permitted.
Dictionaries - including bilingual dictionaries - and calculators cannot be used.
After the test
How do I request Special Consideration?
Requests for special consideration are used to indicate to institutions that a candidate suffered temporary illness, injury or indisposition at the time of the assessment. They may also be used to indicate that there were problems with an aspect of the administration of the test, such as a fire alarm during the test session.
For more information, and to fill in an online form, please visit our Useful documents section.
When will results be released?
Results will be released to candidates via the Cambridge English Test Portal on 2 March. You can login to the portal with the details contained on the Candidates Results Information sheet you received on the day of the test.
Can I query my results or submit an Appeal?
Yes, you can submit a Results Enquiry. For more information, and to fill in an online form, please see the Results Enquiries section of our Useful documents page.
For certain tests, if a candidate thinks a Malpractice case or a Results Enquiry outcome was incorrectly handled, they can submit an Appeal. For more information, and to fill in an online form, please see the Appeals section of our Useful documents page.
How do I report Malpractice?
Please see the Malpractice section of our Useful documents page.
Still have questions? Get in touch - we will be happy to help!