Good sources for practice Q's?

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  1. Roger Ricks

    Roger Ricks New Member

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    Hi, I'm looking to sit the GAMSAT next March. I'm planning on learning all the minimum knowledge by the end of September and I want to spend the 6 months between then and the exam burning through as many practice questions as feasible (alongside practice essays etc etc).

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any helpful resources for something like this? A big dump of SIII or SI Q's that are good representatives of the GAMSAT itself?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Mana

    Mana Intern (UNDS MBBS) Administrator

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    When you register for the GAMSAT you will have the option of purchasing some practice papers from ACER.

    There are other preparation courses, but I can't vouch for any of them (or for ACER's material for that matter of which I read two pages) as I have never read their material.
     
  3. GV

    GV Member

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    IMHO Des and the ACER practice papers are all you need. There are online versions of all Des' material floating around if you look hard enough.. :)
     
  4. Recap99

    Recap99 New Member

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    I just want to reiterate this point. Des O'Neill's question bank is second to none in terms of quality and relevance. I don't think the official website is available anymore, but a lot of people are selling their old books on ebay.
     
  5. GV

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    PM me, I may or may not be able to pass the questions on to you. People selling them on gumtree etc are trying to make money unethically...
     

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