- Posted by Admin
- On August 18, 2016
I often get the question, “Which GAMSAT books and texts do you recommend?”
It’s true, there are so many of them!
How do you chose which one is worth reading and which one will actually help you?
Plus they’re all huge and have lots and lots of information. There seems to be an endless amount of stuff to learn.
And that’s just for the Science section.
Then there is Section 1 with it’s poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama, editorial cartoons, puzzles, articles, song lyrics and more.
Also, the essay section.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all this choice and all the things you need to learn before the GAMSAT.
Here are the facts:
- The gamsat is not a knowledge based test – so it’s not about how much you can memorise out of a book
- Science students often fail the GAMSAT science section, which proves that science textbooks don’t help
- Focused preparation on the things that are actually being tested is the key to success
So, the first thing you need to know is what the test is actually being tested.
Then you can look at preparation books and methods that will help you.
Here’s the truth:
What is actually being tested is very different to what most people think is being tested.
They are NOT testing your knowledge of first year university chemistry and biology, and high school physics. That’s the assumed knowledge, but what they test you on is very different.
In the exam they’ll give you questions which have nothing to do with the assumed knowledge, or it’s nowhere near 1st year university level.
They are testing something very different. Understand what the is will make the difference between failing this exam or actually becoming a doctor.
I go into great detail explaining what is actually being tested and what you need to know to succeed in my free ebook called “How To Pass The GAMSAT.”
That’s the first thing you need to read.
To get the ebook, click here, enter your details and read it ASAP.
It busts through many of the myths about this exam which trip up most candidates. Over 45,000 people have read and loved it. Enjoy!