GAMSAT Practice Test 1 Solutions
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How Does The GAMSAT Work ?
If you are looking to enter into dental or medical school, the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test or the GAMSAT is prerequisite test run by ACER for the admission into dental and medical schools.
The primary objective of the GAMSAT is designed to evaluate the abilities and skills of a student through the use of concepts in basic science and general skills in problem solving, critical thinking and writing.
The test is conducted two times per year for Australia, the UK and Ireland plus other seleceted international locations
If you are intending to sit for the GAMSAT, it is our strongest advice that you prepare adequately for this test prior using as many practice tests and sample questions as possible.
What Are Some Typical GAMSAT Questions Like ?
The GAMSAT exam is broken up into three sections.
This section of the exam is called the Reasoning in Humanities section and is basically testing your comprehension and critical thinking skills. (i.e. your ability to interpret written information, critically analyse this information and then use this information to answer questions). There are 75 multiple choice questions to be completed in 100 minutes, with 10 minutes additional reading time.
This section of the exam is called the Written Communication section and students are being accessed on their ability to formulate an argument and compose an extended piece of writing. You are required to write two essays in 60 minutes, with 5 minutes additional reading time.
This section of the exam is called the Reasoning in Biological and Physical Sciences section and the question cover physics, biology and chemistry. There are 110 multiple choice questions to be completed in 170 minutes, with 10 minutes additional reading time.