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Your GAMSAT Score, Admissions, and Validity of Results

UK Medical Schools: GAMSAT Scores and Entry Requirements

The following UK universities - and international programmes affiliated with UK universities - require a GAMSAT score as one of their prerequisites for Graduate Entry Medicine admissions. Listed further below are the entry requirements of these medical programmes for all the participating universities.

UK (and Affiliated) Medical Schools Accepting GAMSAT
Cardiff University School of Medicine Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry St George's University of London Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry)
Swansea University Graduate Entry Medicine The University of Nottingham Graduate Entry Medicine University of Exeter Medical School
University of Liverpool School of Medicine University of Nicosia Medical School (Cyprus) Jagiellonian University Medical College (Poland)
Poznan University of Medical Sciences (Poland) Keele School of Medicine  
 

Currency of GAMSAT Results

GAMSAT Scores (valid for 2 years) and their Currency based on the Country where the Medical School Programme Resides
GAMSAT March Sitting GAMSAT September Sitting
UK
Apply 2017, Begin 2018 2016      2017 2015      2016
Ireland
Apply 2017, Begin 2018 2016      2017 2015      2016
Australia
Apply 2017, Begin 2018 2016      2017 2015      2016
 

GAMSAT Scores

The following table shows the overall minimum GAMSAT score required by each university for 2017 entry and their GAMSAT cut-off scores in the previous admission cycles.

UNIVERSITY Required Overall Minimum GAMSAT score for 2017 Entry Previous GAMSAT Cut-off Scores
Cardiff University School Overall minimum score – 57;
Section I,II,III -55
57 (2015 entry)
Plymouth University Medicine Overall minimum score – 64;
Section I -51,II -52,III -60
64 (2015 entry)
Plymouth University Dentistry Overall minimum score – 64;
Section I -51,II -52,III -60
48 (2015 entry)
St George’s University Overall minimum score – 62;
Section I,II,III -50
range of 55 - 64
Swansea University Overall minimum score – 50;
Science Components -50
range of 50 - 60
58 (2015 entry)
57 (2016 entry)
University of Nottingham Overall minimum score 2i – 61;
Overall minimum score 2ii – 66;
Section I,II,III -55
2i - 61;2ii - 66 (2015 entry)
2i - 60;2ii - 65 (2016 entry)
University of Exeter Overall minimum score – 59 65 (2015 entry)
University of Liverpool Overall minimum score – 50;
Section I,II,III - 50
55 (2015 entry)
University of Nicosia Overall minimum score – 50 --
Jagiellonian University Overall minimum score – 53 --
Poznan University Overall minimum score – 45;
Section I,II,III - 45
--
Keele University Overall minimum score – 58;
Section III - 55
Section I,II - 50
OR
Overall minimum score – 55;
Section III - 58
Section I,II - 50
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Note: Gold Standard has compiled the information on this page without warrantee nor guarantee. We have done our best to verify the authenticity of the data. However, it is the student's individual responsibility to confirm information directly with the institution of interest, and depending on circumstances, via online, phone or in person.

 

Cardiff University School of Medicine

Program: 5-Year MBBCh (A100 Programme)

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Typical A level offer. Students must have achieved AAA which must include two science subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. Statistics can be offered instead of Mathematics. Plus a minimum C grade in one AS level in a fourth subject. At least one A2 level science must be either Biology or Chemistry. The subject not offered at A2 (Biology or Chemistry) must be offered at AS level at grade A.
    Alternatively - Typical Welsh Baccalaureate offer. Grade A in the Core of the Advanced Diploma, plus Grade A at A level to include Chemistry or Biology, and an A grade in a second A level science subject e.g. Biology, Physics, Mathematics or Statistics.
  • GAMSAT Score - All graduate applicants will be required to a minimum overall GAMSAT score of 57 and 55 in the Science Components.

Program: 4-Year Graduate Entry to Medicine

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Must have achieved a minimum of grade 'B' in GCSE Mathematics plus grade 'B' in GCSE English language or Welsh First Language. At GCE A2 Level must achieved a minimum of 'BBB' grades. Graduates must have either Chemistry and Biology at A2 level or have studied a degree course that provides sufficient base in these Sciences.
    Graduate applicants must have, or expect to achieve an upper second class Honours classification on their first degree.
  • GAMSAT Score - All Graduate Applicants will be required to a minimum overall GAMSAT score of 57 and 55 in the Science Components.

Interview: Panel Interview

*Application must be submitted to UCAS before October 15

Contact Details for Admissions:

Undergraduate Medical Admissions
Institute of Medical Education
Cardiff University School of Medicine
Neuadd Meirionnydd
Heath Park
Cardiff CF14 4YS

Tel: (029) 2068 8113; (029) 20 68 8101
Email: medadmissions@cardiff.ac.uk
Website: http://medicine.cf.ac.uk

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Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Program: Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery or BMBS (5 years)

Entry Requirements:

Sitting and achieving the required minimum scores in GAMSAT is a requirement for the following groups of applicants:

  • Students for whom it is more than two years since completing GCE A levels or equivalent qualifications
  • Graduates
  • Students who intend to enroll onto the second year of an existing degree programme

In addition to the academic requirements, applicants must also meet a number of non-academic requirements including a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure, and satisfactory health checks which will involve screening for Hepatitis B, C and HIV. Students are also expected to sign the Medical School Student Agreement.

  • Degree/GPA - Currently applicants to our Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree courses are required to achieve a minimum of grade C in an AS level in addition to three A levels. From 2017, in response to the AS/A level reform, we expect to require three A level passes at a minimum Agrade to include chemistry and biology. Typical Offers for 2017 entry will be A*AA/AAA.
  • GAMSAT Score - Minimum overall GAMSAT score of 64 and a score of 51 in Section I, 52 in Section II and 60 in Section III.

Application: All Applications must be submitted to UCAS before October 15.

Interview: Structured and Formal

Contact Details:

Admissions
The John Bull Building
Tamar Science Park
Research Way
Plymouth
Devon
UK
PL6 8BU

Email: meddent-admissions@plymouth.ac.uk
Tel: +44(0)1752 437333
Fax: +44(0)1752 517842

Website: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk

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Program: Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Programme

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - are required to achieve a minimum of grade C in an AS level in addition to three A levels. From 2017, in response to the AS/A level reform, we expect to require three A level passes at a minimum A grade to include chemistry and biology. An additional pass in a fourth AS level will not form part of any offer made. Typical Offers for 2017 entry will be A*AA/AAA.
  • GAMSAT Score - Minimum overall GAMSAT score of 48 and a score of 50 in Section I, 51 in Section II and 42 in Section III.

Application: All Applications must be submitted to UCAS before October 15

Interview: Structured and Formal

Contact Details:

Admissions:
The John Bull Building

Tamar Science Park
Research Way
Plymouth
Devon
UK
PL6 8BU

Email: meddent-admissions@plymouth.ac.uk
Tel: +44(0)1752 437333
Fax: +44(0)1752 517842
Website: www.plymouth.ac.uk

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St. George's University of London Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry)

Program: Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery or MBBS (5 years)

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Applicants must have or be predicted to gain at least a 2.1 honours degree or a higher degree (eg MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline. A satisfactory score in GAMSAT must be obtained and must complete a satisfactory health policy screening including screening for HIV and hepatitis B and C.
  • GAMSAT Score - Minimum overall GAMSAT score of 62 including a minimum score of 50 in every section.

Work Experience: In a medical or health related field and an ability to demonstrate a broad awareness of the scope of medicine.

* Open University degrees are also accepted.

*International students are currently not accepted.

Application: All applications must be submitted and received by UCAS by October 15th

Interview: Multi Mini Interview or MMI

Contact Details for Admissions:

Student Recruitment Team
External Relations and Communications
St George's, University of London
Cranmer Terrace, London
SW17 0RE

Tel: 020 8725 2333
Email: enquiries@sgul.ac.uk

Medicine admissions Registry
St George's, University of London
Cranmer Terrace
London, SW17 0RE

Tel: +44 (0)20 8672 9944
Email: admissions@sgul.ac.uk

Website: http://www.sgul.ac.uk

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Swansea University Graduate Entry Medicine

Program: Graduate Entry Medicine or MB BCh

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Applicants must have graduated or expected to graduate in an Upper Second or First Class Honours degree in any subject. Only the result from the last degree will be considered of candidates holding more than one Bachelors degree.
    Grade C or above GCSE Mathematics and English/Welsh must be attained.
    Some experience of Biology or Chemistry at a level higher than GCSE is desirable but not essential.
  • GAMSAT Score - A minimum overall GAMSAT score of 50, including a minimum score of 50 in section 3.
    GAMSAT results are only part of the admission process at Swansea University. Academic achievements, the quality of the personal statement, and referee's report contained in the UCAS application form are all taken into account when selecting candidates for interview.

Applications:All applications must be submitted and received by UCAS by October 15th

Interview: Structured Panel Interview

Contact Details for Admissions:

College of Medicine
Grove Building
Swansea University
Singleton Park
Swansea
SA2 8PP

Tel: +44 (0)1792 513400
Fax: +44 (0)1792 513430

Enquiries
Admissions Team
Tel: +44 (0) 1792 602618
Fax: +44 (0)1792 602280

Email: admissions@swansea.ac.uk

Website: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/medicine/

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The University of Nottingham Graduate Entry Medicine

Program: Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery or BMBS (4 years)

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - A minimum of UK graduate degree (minimum lower second class honours) or a higher degree such as MSc, MA, MPhil or PhD, is required.
  • GAMSAT Score - Cut-off GAMSAT scores are 61 for those with a 2i degree or above and 66 for those with 2ii degree. In addition to achieving the relevant cut-off score, candidates must also achieve a minimum score of 55 in Section 2, 55 in either Section 1 or 3 and at least 50 in the remaining section in order to be invited for interview.

Paid or Voluntary work experience Health-care related setting

Applications:All applications must be submitted and received by UCAS by October 15th

Interview: Traditional format

Contact Details for Admissions:

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham
NG7 2RD
UK

Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 5151
Fax: +44 (0) 115 951 3666

Admissions Officer
Derby Course and Student Centre,
Division of Medical Sciences and Graduate Entry Medicine,
Royal Derby Hospital,
Uttoxeter Road,
Derby DE22 3DT

Tel: +44 (0)1332 724900 / +44 (0)1332 724622
Fax: +44 (0)1332 724626
Email: gem@nottingham.ac.uk

Website: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gem

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University of Exeter Medical School

Program: Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery or MBBS (5 years)

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA -At least a 2:1 honours degree with good, supporting references.
    GCE AL Biology and Chemistry at grade A or IB Biology and Chemistry at HL6.
  • GAMSAT Score - applicants are required a minimum overall GAMSAT score of 59.

In addition to the academic requirements, applicants must also meet a number of non-academic requirements including a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure vetting by the Independent Safeguard Authority and a satisfactory health check which will involve screening for Hepatitis B, C and HIV. Students are also expected to sign the Medical School Student Agreement.

Applications:All applications must be submitted and received by UCAS by October 15th

Interview: Structured/Panel type Interview

Contact Details for Admissions:

General telephone enquiries:
Please call the main switchboard on +44 (0) 1392 661000

Postal address

The University of Exeter
Mail Room, The Old Library
Prince of Wales Road
Exeter, Devon UK
EX4 4SB

Email: medicine@exeter.ac.uk

Course enquiries

Undergraduate admissions:
Email: ug-ad@exeter.ac.uk
Tel: 01392 725500.

Postgraduate admissions:
Email: pg-ad@exeter.ac.uk
Tel: 01392 725500.

Website: http://www.exeter.ac.uk

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University of Liverpool School of Medicine

Program: Medicine and Surgery MBChB

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Applicant must have a minimum of a good upper Second Class honours degree in a Biological, Biomedical or Health Science subject.
  • Grade C or equivalent on Mathematics and English Language GCSE
  • A levels in three subjects taken in one sitting after 2 years of study plus a 4th subject to at least AS level, this will comprise A levels in Biology, Chemistry plus one other subject at a minimum of grades BBB, plus at least an AS-level grade B in a 4th Subject
  • GAMSAT Score - The cut off overall score of 50 having a score of 50 in every section.

NOTE: This can be taken as no more than an indication of what the future cut off scores will be as it is used competitively. Therefore, this does not state what the 2014/2015 cycle score will be.

*All applications MUST reach UCAS before October 15.

Interview: semi-structured and will usually take place in January/February

Contact Details:

School of Medicine
Institute of Learning & Teaching
Cedar House
Ashton Street
Liverpool L69 3GE

Tel: +44 (0) 151 795 4370
Fax: +44 (0) 151 795 4324

Website: http://www.liv.ac.uk

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SGUL University of Nicosia Medical School

Program: 4-Year MBBS Degree

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - A Bachelors degree with at least a 2nd class honours or equivalent or a higher degree (e.g., MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline.
  • GAMSAT Score - Recent entry scores were at the high 50s. Note: The average overall GAMSAT score of students change from year to year.

Interview: structured panel interview

Work Experience: have worked or had voluntary experience in a medical or health-related field and be able to demonstrate a broad awareness of the scope of medicine.

Contact Details:

General and Admissions information
Tel: +357 22 471945
Email: admissions@nicosia.sgul.ac.cy

Students residing in the United States and Canada can contact our North American Admissions Office
Tel: 1 877 298 8189 (toll-free)
Email: admissions@nicosia.sgul.ac.cy

Website: http://www.nicosia.sgul.ac.cy/

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Jagiellonian University Medical College

Program: 4-Years MD

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - University degree diploma ( at least Bachelor's degree) or equivalent - not applicable to persons studying in Canada within CEGEP system, whose official transcripts confirm an overall grade point of 70% or higher from prerequisite courses and at least 2 semester in each of the following courses Biology (one semester with laboratories), Gen Chemistry (one semester with laboratories), Physics (with laboratories), Humanities or Social Sciences and Mathematics (or one semester of calculus)
  • GAMSAT Score - Should achieve at least a minimum GAMSAT score of 53

*Application submission: January 20 - June 30

Contact Details:

School of Medicine in English
Faculty of Medicine
Jagiellonian University
Medical College

ul. sw. Anny 12
31-008 Kraków, Poland
Phone: (48 12) 422 80 42
Email: smeoffice@cm-uj.krakow.pl

School of Medicine in English
School Office

ul. Sw. Anny 12, room 4
31-008 Kraków
Poland

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Poznan University of Medical Sciences

Program: 4-Year Doctor of Medicine (Graduate) Programme

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - Degree or equivalent credentials at a high enough level to be eligible for admission to a university in home country. High level of knowledge in the following fields: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, and high proficiency in English Language.
  • GAMSAT Score - A minimum weighted mean score of 45 from Sections I, II and III; with a minimum score of 40 from each section

Note: GAMSAT scores should not be more than 2 years older than the application date.

Application:Deadline for academic year 2017/2018 admissions is July 31, 2017.

Interview: Panel interview

Contact Details:

Poznan University of Medical Sciences
Center for Medical Education in English

41 Jackowskiego St.
60-512 Poznan, Poland

Tel: (+4861) 854 71 47
Fax: (+4861) 847 74 89
Email: medicine@ump.edu.pl

Website: https://pums.ump.edu.pl/

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Keele School of Medicine

Program: MBChB A100 (5 years) A104 (6 years)

Entry Requirements:

  • Degree/GPA - 5As; Maths, English & Science GCSEs at a minimum of grade B. Science/Core Science (including AQA Science A or Science B) plus additional science is acceptable as an alternative to Biology, Chemistry and Physics. If further additional science has been taken, this must also be passed at grade B. IGCSE double-award science is also acceptable. Applied science is not an acceptable GCSE.
  • GAMSAT Score - Graduates not meeting the GSCE or A Level requirements may apply with GAMSAT with the following score: - an overall score of 55 or more with a Section III score of 58 or more, supported by a score of 50 or more in all other sections OR - an overall score of 58 or more with a Section III score of 55 or more, supported by a score of 50 or more in all other sections.

Application:All applications must be submitted via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The deadline for submissions is 15th October 2016 for entry in September 2017 or deferred entry in September 2018.

Contact Details:

School of Medicine
David Weatherall building
Keele University
Staffordshire ST5 5BG

Tel: +44 (0)1782 733937
Email: medicine@keele.ac.uk

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How the GAMSAT is Scored

The GAMSAT is scored for each of the three sections individually. The sections consisting of multiple choice questions are first scored right or wrong resulting in a raw score. Note that wrong answers are worth the same as unanswered questions so ALWAYS ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS even if you are not sure of certain answers. The raw score is then converted to a scaled score ranging from 0 (lowest) to 100 (highest). Essentially, the scores are scaled to ensure that the same proportion of individual marks within each section are given from year to year (using Item Response Theory). The scaled score is neither a percentage nor a percentile. It is not possible to calculate the GAMSAT scoring system at home.

Section II is marked by three independent markers from each zone. A scale of 10 points is used. Should there be a difference of 5 or more in two scores then an additional marker will be used. Ultimately, the three closest scores are averaged for the Section II raw score which is then converted to a scaled score.

You will receive a score for each of the three sections, together with an Overall GAMSAT Score. The Overall Score is a weighted average of the three component scores.

The Overall GAMSAT Score is determined using the following formula:

Overall Score = (1 x Section I + 1 x Section II + 2 x Section III) ÷ 4

Standards for interviews or admissions may vary for both Sectional Scores and the Overall GAMSAT Score. For example, one particular medical school may establish a cutoff (minimum) of 50 or 55 for any given Section and 60 - or significantly higher - for the Overall GAMSAT Score. Contact individual programmes for specific requirements or see the relevant links below for our summaries of GAMSAT and GPA cutoffs and/or averages.

The GAMSAT may include a small number of questions which will not be scored. These questions are either used to calibrate the exam or were found to be either too ambiguous or too difficult to be counted or are trial questions which may be used in the future. So if you see a question that you think is off the wall, unanswerable or inappropriate for your level of knowledge, it could well be one of these questions so never panic! And of course, answer every question because guessing provides a 25% chance of being correct while not answering provides a 0% chance of being correct!

GAMSAT Scores in the UK and Ireland

GAMSAT scores are interchangeable and can be used to apply to any university that requires the GAMSAT. You may sit GAMSAT UK (September) or GAMSAT Ireland (March) to apply to any medical programme that requires this exam - irrespective of the country (i.e. Ireland, Australia or the UK). You must ensure that your scores have not expired if you are using a score from a previous sitting of the GAMSAT (i.e. GAMSAT scores cannot be more than two years old). Otherwise, you choose the GAMSAT score that you wish to submit for consideration for admissions. To examine some of the prerequisites for various medical schools/programmes, click here: UK Medical Schools, Irish Medical Schools.

As suggested above, since there is no limit to the number of times you can sit the GAMSAT, you may even choose to sit the exam twice in one year: for example, GAMSAT Ireland in March and then GAMSAT UK in September.

Any two tests on different examination dates will have, essentially, the same format; however, the great majority of the questions are different for each exam.

Average, Good and High GAMSAT Scores

Please keep in mind that the percentile rank indicates your test performance relative to all the students who sat the same test on the same day. It records the percentage of students whose scores were lower than yours.

Score Percentile Score
56-58 50th average
61-63 75th usually good*
73 or higher 98th very high

*Please note, a "good" score may be good enough for admittance to one particular medical school but below the cutoff of another. Consult the websites of the medical institutions to which you intend to apply.

An average GAMSAT score is often around 56-58 and a high GAMSAT score is over 65. Technically, the highest possible GAMSAT score is 100; however, only 0.1% of students score over 80. When you hear a student make the claim "I scored 100", they are usually rounding their percentile rank as opposed to providing the scaled score.

Please keep in mind when evaluating the statistics provided and the graphic: this data is meant to give you a general idea of the process. The numbers can vary somewhat from one exam sitting to another. And as mentioned previously, you cannot replicate the scoring system at home since there is no formula provided to convert raw scores into official GAMSAT scores.

Figure 1: Typical Overall GAMSAT Score Distribution (Approx.)

When are the scores released?

GAMSAT score results are released within 2 months of sitting the exam. The next test date for GAMSAT UK will be September 13, 2017. The test date for GAMSAT Ireland and GAMSAT Australia is March 2018. Candidates are emailed login information to access their personal results report. Should there be any changes to the exam dates or any other modifications, get the up to date information here: GAMSAT UK, GAMSAT Ireland and GAMSAT Australia.

The preceding information was adapted with permission from The Gold Standard GAMSAT Textbook. To learn about the book, the DVDs or the Complete Package, click here: GAMSAT books.

Past GAMSAT UK Release Dates
Year March Sitting September Sitting
2017 May 18, 2017 -
2016 May 12, 2016 November 10, 2016
2015 May 11, 2015 November 12, 2015
2014 May 16, 2014 November 18, 2014
2013 May 17, 2013 November 19, 2013
2012 May 18, 2012 November 22, 2012
 

GAMSAT UK Test Centres

GAMSAT UK Test centres are located in Bristol, Cardiff, London, Liverpool, Birmingham and Sheffield in the UK (September). As described above, students applying to medical schools which accept the GAMSAT in the UK, Ireland or Australia can sit GAMSAT UK. Overseas testing centres are also available in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane, Australia, and Dublin in Ireland. Space in Melbourne is limited and allocated on a first come basis, so please register early. Students in the UK can sit GAMSAT Ireland in London (March) to apply to any medical school that requires the GAMSAT in any of the UK, Ireland or Australia.

GAMSAT Ireland Test Centres

GAMSAT Ireland test centres are located in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. For an additional fee, it is possible to sit GAMSAT Ireland in the UK (Liverpool and London); in Melbourne, Australia; Singapore or Washington, DC. Space at international locations is limited and allocated on a first come basis, so please register early.

GAMSAT Australia Test Centres

In Australia, there is a GAMSAT testing centre in Townsville and in each of the capital cities of Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin), GAMSAT test centres outside Australia include Wellington, New Zealand; Liverpool and London, UK; Singapore and Washington, DC. There are no additional GAMSAT Australia test centers. There are supplementary fees for international locations. Space is limited and allocated on a first come basis, so please register early. If your chosen centre is no longer available, ACER will book your exam at the nearest available testing centre.

GAMSAT Preparation Materials

GAMSAT Sample Questions

GAMSAT Sample Questions is actually the name of the blue booklet that ACER now publishes as an e-book (PDF). Since late 2011, ACER began publishing GAMSAT Sample Questions electronically and it is no longer available as a brand new hardcopy booklet. Currently, the cost of this e-book is included in the cost of your registration. If you happen to have access to a past edition of this mini-practice test (i.e. second hand from eBay, Gumtree, etc.) then you should know that though the cover has changed over the years, the content has not. We have also placed video explanations to all 56 Section 3 questions of this booklet on YouTube: ACER's GAMSAT Sample Questions Worked Solutions.

ACER also has 2 full-length practice tests. If you want more practice materials than ACER has available, you can get online access to free GAMSAT sample questions which we assembled into a practice test below.

Free GAMSAT Practice Test

Students have asked us to combine our Gold Standard GAMSAT sample questions into a practice test. We went one step further and created a free sample test with instant online access and including many features such as automated scoring of multiple choice sections; worked solutions containing forum links for further discussion; and finally, 1 hour of science review videos. To learn more or to register: Free GAMSAT Practice Test.

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