BMAT Score Conversion Table

bmat score conversion table

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As part of the BMAT study plan attempting official BMAT past papers to identify your weakest section is  a key step in recognising your weakest areas in the exam. However, the subtests are scored from a scale of 0 – 9. Use the BMAT score conversion tables below to calculate your score in Section 1 and Section 2. The scores are for approximation purposes only. This table is designed to bark on the side of caution, so in most cases a similar performance on the BMAT would result in a slightly higher score.

Section 1

The number of correct answers is added up and converted into a score on a scale from 1 – 9. Use the scale score below as a rule of thumb to get an approximate score:

Section 1 BMAT Score Conversion table

Section 2

The number of correct answers is added up and converted into a score on a scale from 0 – 9. Use the scale score below as a rule of thumb to get an approximate score

Section 2 BMAT Score Conversion table

Section 3

This is the essay section and it is marked on two scales. The first is based on the QUALITY OF ENGLISH of the essay marked on a scale of A-E and the other is the STRENGTH OF ARGUMENT marked on a scale of 0 – 5.  Candidates receive an alphanumerical score, where 5A is the highest score one can achieve. For guidance in marking practice BMAT essays use the BMAT Section 3 marking guide.

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