Are You A Gamsat Practice Question Junkie?
We've all seen them.
Maybe you've even been one?
The sad people who spend hours shuffling from one Gamsat forum to another in a desperate search for "practice questions".
"Where can I find the Des O Neill books?"
They desperately ask day after day.
Where can I find more free practice questions, where?
Like junkies in search of their next fix.
But it's never enough these people are always looking for more and more..
I don't have anything against practice questions.
They're a vital PART of your revision which is why I of course provide plenty in my course Griffiths GAMSAT Review.
BUT notice I say REVISION
Because just like the questions in the real test, practice questions don't teach you the skills you need.
They TEST them.
That's why the majority of your preparation should be learning the SKILLS you need TO ANSWER the questions.
Exactly the kind of skills I'll teach you in my BLUEPRINT Modules for sections 1,2 and 3.
Then when you've acquired the necessary skills you can put them to the test with practice questions.
And I'll teach you the best way to do that also, so you "peak" on test day just like a finely honed athlete.
I'm talking from experience.
When I sat Gamsat the ONLY practice questions I had were the official ACER Sample Questions booklet (half a test) the Practice Questions booklet (half a test) and the Practice Test 1 - because that's all ACER published at the time.
I didn't even have Des O Neill because it was still a functioning company back then and they were too expensive to buy.
And I STILL scored in the top 10% first time!
Because I focused on the SKILLS I needed for ALL 3 Sections
Not never ending unfocused practice.
Now I'll teach you how to do the same....
All the best
Dr Peter Griffiths General - Medical Council number: 7040383