Passing the UKCAT and BMAT 2010

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This revised and updated 2010 edition is now the most comprehensive guide available to the UK Clinical Aptitude Test and BMAT. Readers will find all they need to face the tests with confidence, fulfil their potential and succeed in their application - whichever universities they are applying to. In addition to an extensive and comprehensive bank of questions, this essential text takes would-be doctors through everything they need to know from writing their personal statements and preparing for interviews to time management and test-taking strategies.

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Glenn Hutton BA, MPhil, FCIPD, is a consultant to organisations concerned with recruitment and selection by way of assessment or examination. Previously a Police Superintendent and Head of the National Police Training Examinations and Assessment Unit, he co-authors books on criminal law and assessment.

Rosalie Hutton BSc, MSc, MCIPD, is an Occupational Psychologist who has specialised in the field of assessment and testing for 25 years. As CEO of her own company, Rosalie has designed and published a range of psychological assessment measures and is the co-author of a number of assessment books on multiple-choice questions.

Felicity Taylor BA (Hons) Oxon, MBBS, is a junior doctor at Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' hospitals in London. She has coached hundreds of prospective students through the application process to read medicine, and is currently a Tutor with Oxbridge Applications.

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