What is GAMSAT?
GAMSAT (Graduate Australian Medical School Admissions Test) is the selection test for graduate-entry programmes such as Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry and Pharmacy.
The aim of GAMSAT is to assess your critical thinking skills in the context of reading, writing and science reasoning.
In other words, GAMSAT is a thinking exam.
It is therefore possible to achieve GAMSAT success in a remarkably short time frame, irrespective of your background, provided that you possess the requisite thinking skills.
But to do so, you need a strategic plan
for your GAMSAT preparation.
This is especially true for the science section, whose syllabus can seem overwhelmingly broad.
Having a strategic plan
can mean the difference between a practice run and a successful attempt,
as the following post by a past candidate illustrates: