The IMAT exam is held once a year usually in mid-September. Several months before the exam, the Italian Ministry of Education announces the official date.
Several months before the exam begins the registration process, please follow this page to stay updated on the most important updates.
The exam consists of 60 questions to be answered in 100 minutes. There are: 10 logical reasoning, 12 general knowledge, 18 biology, 12 chemistry, and 8 math and physics questions.
Each correct answer awards 1.5 points, each incorrect answer deducts 0.4 points, and answers left blank are not counted.
The IMAT exam is tricky and unlike other tests! So, we set up this community, a non-profit site that gives everyone an equal opportunity to understand and learn the principles, and gives study materials needed to pass the test successfully.
IMAT Past Papers
Before starting to study for the entrance exam, it is recommended to attempt one of the past papers under exam conditions. Though you will likely not be able to solve many of the questions, this will allow you to understand the structure, content covered, and types of questions you will face.
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How To Study For The IMAT?
Admission to medical school in Italy is a challenge. We have established this community to provide the support needed to pass this test successfully.
We teach the necessary study materials, provide courses for the exam, worked solutions for past papers, and so much more.
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There is no doubt that the IMAT exam is challenging, but with the right guidance we provide here, free of charge, we believe you will pass it successfully.