The BMAT Past Papers are great, however this excellent resource breaks down the official content by subject and question category allowing you to target your revision and break down your preparation into manageable topics.
The official specification offers a useful list against which you can monitor and cross reference your preparation. Ensure that you do not omit any important BMAT topic by crossing off essential BMAT topics as and when you cover them.
Worked Solutions to BMAT Section 1 2010 and BMAT Section 1 2012 are kindly provided by BlackStone Tutors and BMAT Crash Course. Whilst the full selection (2003 – Present) are available, they unfortunately are not free presently.
So you've completed all of the official BMAT content and you are keen on additional BMAT Section 1 practice; attempt the following free practice questions which are written by the same examiners as BMAT.
So you've completed all of the Official BMAT content, and you've even finished the TSA Oxford Papers. Looking for additional BMAT Section 1 Critical Thinking practice? Make the most of the (now retired) OCR Critical Thinking Unit 2 A-Level Past Papers.
More important than what resources you have, is how you use those resources. Keep in mind that the purpose of practice questions is not so that you learn the right answers, or to get an idea of what score you might get in the actual exam.....the purpose of practice questions is to teach you the techniques required to succeed in each BMAT question type.
Whilst the BMAT questions will change year on year, the techniques required remain exactly the same. Repeated practice of BMAT resources will affirm and embed these techniques, allowing you to succeed in this vitally important examination.