The International Medical Admissions Test
IMAT, which stands for "International Medical Admissions Test", is the only official exam you will need to pass on your way to studying medicine in English in Italy.
The IMAT test is held in English and contains 60 questions (with 5 possible answers) of which: 2 on General knowledge, 20 Logical reasoning, 18 Biology, 12 Chemistry, 8 Physics + Maths. The exam takes 100 minutes. Every right answer gives 1.5 points, every wrong answer subtracts 0.4 points, 0 points for no response. So you can have maximum 90 points in the IMAT itself. The International Medical Admissions Test is used as part of the selection process for medicine and surgery courses at thirteen Italian universities.
Section 1: General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning
Section 1 will assess general knowledge and the logical reasoning skills that students must possess if they are to succeed in a course of study at the highest level. Such skills are basic to any academic studies, which often require students to solve novel problems, or consider arguments put forward to justify a conclusion, or to promote or defend a particular point of view. View details...
Section 2: Biology- click to view topics in detail...
Section 3: Chemistry- click to view topics in detail...
Medicine and Dentistry Faculties in Italy
The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT) is used as part of the selection process for Medicine and Surgery, and Dentistry and Dental Prosthodontics courses at thirteen Italian universities.
The BioMedical Admissions Test
If you’re applying for a course in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine or Biomedical Science, your university or college may require you to take BMAT. As well as an entry requirement, BMAT is a chance to stand out from the crowd and show your potential for studying a medical university course.
For current registration fees, go to www.admissionstestingservice.org/bmat
Please note the registration fee increases for late applicants. You may also need to pay your test centre an administrative fee. Speak directly with your centre to confirm payment details.
What’s in the test?
BMAT tests you on subjects and skills that an applicant to your chosen course should already be familiar with. It is a pen-and-paper test in three sections. Sections 1 and 2 consist of multiple-choice or short-answer questions and Section 3 is a writing task.
1. Apptitude and Skills (1 hour): Test Skills such as problem solving, understanding argument, data analysis and inference.
UNIVERSITIES-COURSES REQUIRING BMAT
We offer preparatory courses for all European Universities Admissions Tests, in classroom and online.
THE IMAT PREPARATORY COURSES ARE AVAILABLE IN GREEK, ENGLISH AND ITALIAN LANGUAGE
For more information contact Dott. Sgouros Sotiris: phone: 30 210-8050650 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org