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The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT) is for applicants to English-medium medicine and surgery and related degree courses, at universities whose applicants are from a range of educational backgrounds. It is taken in April for admission in October.

IMAT 2015 update

The details of IMAT (including the test date) are set by the Italian Ministry. Information will be published on the Ministry website at least 60 days before the test is due to take place.

About the International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT)

The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT) is a 100 minute subject-specific admissions test for applicants to medicine and surgery courses. These courses are taught in English, with places open to both home and international students.

Humanitas University to use IMAT for 2014/15 entry

Humanitas University (HUNIMED) will be using IMAT for admission to its undergraduate Medicine and Surgery course. Applicants will take the test on 16 September 2014 in Milan, or alternatively at one of the 17 test centres located across Europe.

Students will register for the test via the Humanitas University online registration system. Registration opens on 17 July and closes on 3 September 2014.

Visit the Humanitas website for information on how to register for IMAT and where to take the test.

In Italy, the Admissions Testing Service works in conjunction with the Italian Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MIUR), to develop and deliver the English language version of the Italian admissions test already used for entry to courses taught in Italian. 

The test does not require a lot of extra study as it is a test of skills and knowledge that learners are expected to have already.

IMAT

The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT) is a 100 minute subject-specific admissions test for applicants to medicine and surgery courses. These courses are taught in English, with places open to both home and international students.

In Italy, the Admissions Testing Service works in conjunction with the Italian Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MIUR), to develop and deliver the English language version of the Italian admissions test already used for entry to courses taught in Italian. 

The test does not require a lot of extra study as it is a test of skills and knowledge that learners are expected to have already.

IMAT scoring

A candidate’s total score is calculated using the following formula:

  • 1.5 points for each correct answer
  • -0.4 points for each wrong answer
  • 0 points for each question not answered.

An overall total score will be reported, together with a score on each section.

IMAT results

On the test day, candidates will be issued with login and password details to allow them to access their results online.

The IMAT is a pen-and-paper test. It is divided into four sections:

Section 1: General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning.
Section 2, 3 and 4: Scientific Knowledge covering Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

Section 1: General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning

Section

What does it test?

Questions

General Knowledge and
Logical Reasoning 

General knowledge; generic skills in problem solving,

understanding argument, data analysis and inference.

27 multiple-choice questions

Section 2, 3 and 4: Scientific Knowledge

Section

What does it test?

Questions

Scientific Knowledge

The ability to apply scientific knowledge from school science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) and Maths.

33 multiple-choice questions

IMAT costs

Candidates wishing to sit the IMAT must pay an entry fee:

  • GBP 105.00
  • EUR 120.00
  • USD 164.00

Please note: we reserve the right to make changes to these costs. To find out the cost in a local currency, international learners should contact their centre.

 

 

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