Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the BMAT tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Jon is a former Head of Science with over 10 years' experience in teaching GCSE Science and A-level Physics. He joined Keystone in 2012 and has helped 240 Keystone families over this period, teaching more than 9,500 hours.
Sarah is an extremely experienced educator and academic. Sarah studied in Canada and the UK and can help with Science and Maths across the board as well as oxbridge admissions.
Mariam is an experienced tutor with a flawless academic record. She is currently a final year medical student at Guy's King's and St Thomas', King's College. She tutors alongside her studies and is a passionate academic and educator.
Mirza is a patient and inspiring tutor. He teaches Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Maths and has experience preparing students for the BMAT and UCAT.
Shahid is an experienced tutor with a BSc in Cardiovascular Science from Imperial College. He teaches Biology, Chemistry and Physics at both GCSE and A Level, as well as supporting students with their university applications in these subjects.
Josh studied Neuroscience at Cambridge and tutored during this time. Since graduating in 2017 Josh has been teaching Maths and Science up to A Level. He aims to teach his students how to learn and prepares them for future studies as well as exams.
"Many thanks for all your support for my son, it made a huge difference and I am sure he would not have had an interview in Oxford without your help. He enjoyed working with you and learnt a lot in a very short time! "Mother of Oxbridge Candidate
"Good news - I got in - thanks so much for all your help - I owe you a huge amount."Successful Oxbridge Student
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The BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is an exam used by a number of leading universities as part of their assessment process for candidates applying to study Medicine as well as Biomedical Sciences and Dentistry.
It is used by universities such as Oxford University, Cambridge University, Imperial College London, and University College London in the UK, as well as by many universities worldwide (e.g. Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore).
Developed by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing, the BMAT is a 2 hour examination consisting of the following sections:
Tests take place in September or November for UK universities (although Oxford only accepts the November sitting). For universties outside the UK there are additional sittings available. Please do check the Cambridge Assessment BMAT page for the latest information.
The BMAT is a vital part of the demanding admissions process for Medicine at competitive universities like Oxford and Cambridge, and the Tutors we represent are experienced in helping candidates perform at their best in the BMAT.
These Tutors can help your child with the broad range of topics and skills covered by the test, working with them to maximise their strengths and tackle areas for improvement. They will look to develop your child’s ability to show their full potential during the BMAT exam. They can also ensure your child runs through practice exams regularly and makes use of detailed feedback to improve their performance in the exam.
The tutors we represent are able to deliver in-person tuition within central London. For those outside of central London we offer online tutoring.
The tutors we represent are well versed in delivering online tuition, using videoconferencing and an interactive whiteboard. This gives students, wherever they are in the world, access to experienced, high quality tutors who are familiar with the requirements of BMAT exams.