IMAT is an entrance exam test for medical aspirants who aspires to pursue international medical programmes. By appearing for IMAT, students can take admission in surgery, dentistry, and medicine in Italy, UK, the USA and many more nations. The “Cambridge Assessed Entrance Test” and the “Italian Ministry of Education” work closely with universities, and research (MIUR) to develop and deliver International Medical Entrance Test. IMAT has its exam centre in more than 20 nations and in India, British Council undertakes the IMAT test.
Why Take the Test?
IMAT is a 100-minute subject-specific admissions test in English for applicants national as well as international applicants who want to pursue a medical programme in a public university in Italy or any other country. You must surpass a test on IMAT if wishes to pursue your medical career in foreign universities. It has four sections encompassing: Section 1 – Logical Reasoning and General Knowledge; Section 2 – Biology; Section 3 – Chemistry; Section 4 – Physics and Mathematics. For every correct answer, the candidate gets 1.5 points and for every wrong answer, -0.4 point is deducted and the minimum score for the ranks is 20 points.
- The candidate is expected to have successfully completed their 10+2 before applying for the IMAT. Furthermore, work experience in healthcare, minimum 6.0 bands in IELTS or TOEFL, gratifying score in 10+2, LOR, and reference letter from teacher/academic supervisors.