GAMSAT – Applying to study Medicine at university is becoming increasingly competitive, and universities now find it hard to distinguish between the thousands of candidates who apply with top grades. The Graduate Medical School Admissions Test is a subject specific test taken by those applying to read medicine and related courses the majority of which are in the UK. An excellent test result can be the crucial factor behind a successful application.
The GAMSAT assesses your ability to understand and analyse material, to think critically in the written section to organise and express your thoughts in a logical and effective way. The style of questions require candidates to read and think about a passage of writing, to interpret graphical displays of information, to use mathematical relationships and to apply reasoning skills to tables of data. Problem solving is a major focus of the test.