GAMSAT GURU METHOD PDF

Use newmediamedicine. Use the previous experience of others to help you maximise your chances. Start studying early. If you have any decent level of english the essay section will be fine. Use Khan academy online videos, really helped me through.

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Use newmediamedicine. Use the previous experience of others to help you maximise your chances. Start studying early. If you have any decent level of english the essay section will be fine. Use Khan academy online videos, really helped me through.

You have to want it. The only difference in the last time I sat it, I just wanted it more than anything. I gave up everything for an entire summer and just focused on it. On a side note get the Guru Method books. Once each person used them, they got in. I used mine on the 4th time I sat the exam and got more than enough to get in anywhere. All 5 individuals got over 60 too. Grinds in areas you are weak in will definitely help too. I got grinds in chemistry and it without doubt got me through the science section.

Practice tests under time pressure, over and over and over again!!!! Practice questions for all sections. Doing well is more to do with a way of thinking rather than what you know. Learning all of science will NOT help you. Although obviously very subjective it is easy to see the right buttons to push.

Plus being aware of what is going on politically helps to give examples. You can also learn generic quotes which can work. Plus, we are all human, no matter what they throw at you, you will have something to say. Practice lots. Personally I took a year out after college and studied hours, 5 days a week for 5 months leading up to the exam. Practicing the essay samples is also integral for doing well.

Reading articles from broad sheet news papers also gave me an upper hand in expressing my opinion in the essay section. Be confident and relaxed on the day. You only have to beat the people in the room. The other thing I would say is go through the science questions and answer them in order of preference. I did all the biology first, then physics and lastly Chemistry.

Read as much as you can-newspapers, magazines and books. As for essays just practice writing comparative ones and one or two on friendship or love. As long as your essay is structured you should get a decent mark. Also, lucozade tablets…are a must!!! Or you can even bring in the clear lemonade lucozade in a plastic water bottle. Section 2 pulls everyone up. Practice 30 minute essays everyday.

Quote Nietzche, Darwin, Dawkins, Freud. I cannot stress this enough, there is only so far you can go with the science, most people score averagely enough on it. The essays are where the easy marks are. You need to practice doing 2 well-structured, engaging, effective and easily-read essays in an hour.

Practice practice practice. Decide what structure your essays are going to take well in advance and practice writing all your essays from that point onwards with that structure.

Know how you plan to use the quotes you are supplied too, before you ever see them. Its all about method. So keep it simple. I scored 64, 76, 54 in s1 s2 s3 respectively with 62 overall. Note the 76, that pulled me up and into the course I wanted. So in closing, essays, easy to practice, and highly profitable if executed right.

Do a brilliant essay! They make it much easier than the other sections so practice that and read lots Prepare well on essays. Easy marks. Prepare well. Go with your strengths!

Good luck! Do practice papers. I used Ozimed which are easier than the actual exam but still helped a great deal. The essay practice is most beneficial in terms of a time spent studying:gamsat score ratio. Allow enough time to really familiarise yourself with what the exam entails. No less than six months preparation, in my opinion. I did a very poor section 1 but kept the head and did well in the next two which pulled me up and got me in to med school. Read newspapers and brush up on your science!

Come back to it later. If you want it you will get it. It takes time and hard work. Do a full simulation of the exam day. Do the past papers. Do everything you can get your hands on. Read read read. Use the Khan Academy on YouTube for science revision and bananaiscool organic-chem-guy for learning organic chemistry.

Keep putting one foot in front of the other and do it! Practice papers! Watching TedTalks really helped with the essay questions. Who Are They?

They are not robots. Many of the physicians and surgeons who come in to give tutorials to the class comment on their maturity, ingenuity, dedication and social skills which is characteristic of many classes of graduate-entry medical students. Of those who wrote down the above advice, 19 came from a science background half of which were biological or medical science , 3 were business, 1 computer science, 1 law, 1 engineer and 6 were from humanities and social sciences.

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Use newmediamedicine. Use the previous experience of others to help you maximise your chances. Start studying early. If you have any decent level of english the essay section will be fine.

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GAMSAT GURU METHOD PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search Below are recommendations from various candidates. Remember that your own educational background is crucial to your revision tactics so this is just what worked for them, not an official list Here are the main books I used to revise the GAMSAT with - my background was Psychology so my knowledge of most of these areas was quite sketchy at best so I was pretty much starting from scratch on the science front. A self-teaching guide Chemistry Houk and Post - poor on quite a few parts but a good basic text to establish the base Chemistry in Context Hill and Holman - fills in the spaces left by the previous book. A self-teaching guide Physics Kuhn - similar to first book but seemed to cover all the physics I needed.

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