Are you considering graduate entry into medicine? Or did you sit GAMSAT in 2013 and have concerns about your results? Not sure if you will receive an offer into your preferred course?
Recently I was at the Allies for Better Primary Health Care conference, and caught up with Dr Gerry Considine, a current General Practice registrar. He was good enough to give personal insights about his experience of the GAMSAT. Gerry graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons) in 2005, and commenced post-graduate medicine at Flinders University in 2006. You can check out what Gerry is up to on his website http://www.ruralflyingdoc.com/, and see what he had to say about the GAMSAT in the video below:
So in Gerry’s experience, sitting the GAMSAT the first time around was the best preparation for a GAMSAT the following year. Also, Gerry gave some great insights about how to order your preferences to get into medicine. In this next video, Gerry expands on ordering your preferences in terms of your results in the GAMSAT, your GPA and an interview.
For more information about GAMSAT, please go to the official website: http://gamsat.acer.edu.au/home
Did you successfully complete the GAMSAT and go on to study in your preferred course? If you would like to give your opinion/insight about what was useful in terms of GAMSAT preparation, please feel free to write a comment below!!