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Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing
Administering our tests
You can choose from a list of centres on the online booking system.
If you cancel more than 2 weeks before the test, you are entitled to a full refund. If you cancel within the two weeks before the test, you will not receive a full refund but you may be entitled to a partial refund, which is currently 25% of the booking fee paid.* It is not possible to cancel on or after the day of the test; no refund will be given on or after the test date.
Once your cancellation request has been processed you will receive an email confirming the outcome. Please note that if a refund is made it could take up to 21 days for the refund to reach your account. Some banks/credit card providers may take longer so please check with them if you are concerned.
*Your consumer rights will not be affected.
You can find more information here.
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.
No. Extra time is not allowed for candidates without English as their first language.
Access Arrangements are available if you have a disability or special requirement and are entitled to support for other public exams.
Standard arrangements include extra working time, supervised rest breaks, or enlarged question papers. Other arrangements may be available on a case-by-case basis. You can request these when you register for the test by using the ‘Other’ option under ‘Access Arrangements’. Your case will then be referred to Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing.
You must indicate which Access Arrangements you need when you register and pay for the test. You will be asked to provide evidence. Instructions will be sent to you once you have registered. If you require modified question papers, you must request them by 13 January 2017.
Please see the Notes about Access Arrangements for guidance as to what is appropriate evidence.
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.
Yes, you can submit a Results Enquiry or an Appeal. For more information, and to fill in an online form, please visit our Useful documents section.