by James Tilley
Firstly we ensure that the candidate satisfies our published academic entry criteria as detailed in the Undergraduate Prospectus. We then wait for the year’s BMAT scores to be released. Candidates who have performed excellently in all three sections of BMAT are given priority consideration by our shortlisters. The shortlisters read the candidate’s UCAS reference and personal statement and assess how well s/he satisfies the non-academic entry criteria, which are also detailed in the Prospectus.
When the shortlisters have decided which of the above candidates to interview they will consider candidates who have performed slightly less well in each of the three sections of BMAT and decide which of these candidates to interview. This procedure continues until all of our interview places have been allocated.