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Administering our tests
You can take the test at any centre that administers BMAT.
• If you are currently attending a school or college: ask your exams officer if the school can administer BMAT for you. If your school or college is not already registered as a centre, they can apply to become a test centre.
• If you are not attending a school or college: you will need to find an authorised test centre where you can sit the test. Authorised test centres can administer BMAT for all test-takers.
You cannot register yourself for BMAT – you must be registered by a centre
See BMAT dates and costs. Some centres charge an additional administration fee – check with your centre.
Please note that by registering for BMAT, you are agreeing that data provided as part of the entry process may be passed to the Admissions Testing Service and any universities that you have applied to through UCAS, and that data may be used for research purposes in connection with admissions procedures. You also agree that if you obtain a place for a course where your BMAT result was used in the admissions process, then your university and UCAS may supply the Admissions Testing Service with data about your results in subsequent examinations whilst you are studying, unless you specifically notify the Admissions Testing Service in writing. The Admissions Testing Service will take reasonable care to keep candidates’ personal details anonymous.