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The MedPrep Virtual Live GAMSAT & Interview Preparation Courses are delivered in online formats only. The experience of generations of MedPrep students confirms that the pedagogical approach utilised by MedPrep provides students with ample and robust preparation for GAMSAT and interview. As such, assuming that a private tutor is appropriately qualified, we view private tuition, for the majority of students, as of only a marginal benefit at a greatly increased cost. For more information about MedPrep’s Virtual Live GAMSAT & Interview Preparation Courses, click on the links below:
MedPrep Registrations and Purchases Department does not accept payment plans for any of its courses. To assist students in controlling their expenditures, however, MedPrep offers graded access to all online courses for 30, 60, or 90 days at incrementally higher cost. MedPrep accepts credit card payments.
The former MedPrep Live GAMSAT/interview Preparation courses provided the learning benefits of face-to-face teaching and were ideal for those who prefer to learn in a structured classroom setting.
The former MedPrep Home-Study GAMSAT/Interview Preparation Courses were structured to address the realities of distance learning and were suited to those who could not attend MedPrep’s live courses, and for students who preferred to learn at their own pace.
MedPrep’s new Virtual Live GAMSAT/Interview Preparation Courses combine the strengths of our former live and home-study courses to produce new and exciting online offerings. For the first time, any student with access to a high speed internet connection will be able to undertake engaging and interactive GAMSAT/Interview preparation at anytime and from anywhere. Students will be able to pause and rewind illuminating audio lectures, as many times as they like, flick through detailed online course notes, and sit mock GAMSAT exams/Interview simulations right on their laptops at home or university or even at their favorite cafe. And with MedPrep online, students need no longer contend with the wasteful travel time and stress associated with attending grueling five-hour GAMSAT/Interview preparation lectures in crowded lecture theatres. Notably, MedPrep’s Virtual Live (online) GAMSAT/Interview Preparation Courses will utilise the same pedagogical approach and cover the same subject material found in our former live courses. Beginning in January 2008, everything you require to prepare for GAMSAT and interview will be right here.
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MedPrep’s medical school entrance Interview Preparation Course includes a compendium of previous years’ interview questions at 9 Australian and 4 UK graduate medical schools as well as an analysis of the interview encounter itself. Australian Medical Schools included: Flinders University, Sydney University, Melbourne University, Griffith University, Australian National University, University of Western Australia, University of Notre Dame, and the University of Queensland. UK Medical Schools included: University of Nottingham, Peninsula Medical School, St. Georges Medical School, University of Wales, and University College Dublin (Vets).
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The high proportion of MedPrep alumni who enter medical school clearly demonstrates the relevance of MedPrep’s course materials, and more importantly, the pedagogical approach utilised in presenting the topics addressed therein and commonly examined by GAMSAT.
The high proportion of MedPrep alumni who traditionally enter medical school clearly demonstrates the unmatched success of MedPrep’s unique approach to preparing students for the demands of GAMSAT. While the topics examined on GAMSAT differ in each of the three constituent sections, these topics are actually vehicles for evaluating particular skill-sets that overlap across the three sections of the exam. Therefore, preparing for GAMSAT sections, individually, does not serve as an optimal strategy and, as such, MedPrep does not recommend this approach to students, irrespective of academic background. However, in order to assist students to optimise their GAMSAT scores only by addressing areas of academic weakness while leveraging off their scholastic strengths, MedPrep’s Virtual Live GAMSAT Preparation course can be purchased in separate modules.
Several test preparation companies provide GAMSAT preparation services in Australia and the UK, of which, a small number are credible and offer sound programs. MedPrep’s fundamental and distinguishing qualities are:
MedPrep’s courses are generally preferred by students seeking an extensive, engaging, and proven preparation program.
For a detailed overview and course sample downloads of MedPrep’s Virtual Live GAMSAT Preparation Course, Click here.
For a detailed overview and course sample downloads of MedPrep’s GAMSAT Testbank, Click here.
For a detailed overview of MedPrep’s Virtual Live Interview Preparation Course, Click here.
MedPrep’s Virtual GAMSAT and Interview Preparation Course materials are revised each year, published, and distributed online only. After mid January 2008, applicable course materials will be accessible immediately upon corresponding purchase, unless otherwise specified. Course materials are no longer distributed by mail or in person.
MedPrep’s GAMSAT Preparation Courses have been undertaken by students from non-science backgrounds, each year for the past eight years, with great success. The MedPrep approach to re-learning, rather than simple revision, is well suited to the needs of such candidates. However, early self-assessment is crucial to estimate your state of exam readiness and plan a subsequent study path. To begin this process of self-assessment, we suggest that you study the “Improve Your Score” page on our Website.
Students from predominantly science backgrounds often harbour this concern. MedPrep’s courses have proved their effectiveness in preparing students, from a wide variety of backgrounds for this section GAMSAT. Our approach reveals a creative but formulaic system to composing high scoring essays every time. Click here for more information.
The recording (in any form) of MedPrep’s courses is strictly prohibited as required by license and copyright. MedPrep’s repeatedly accessible online audio lectures and comprehensive online course materials should truncate any compulsion to violate license or copyright.
MedPrep’s Virtual Live GAMSAT Preparation Courses begin with a Half-Length Diagnostic Simulated GAMSAT to gauge academic strengths and weaknesses and to prioritise study topics. The course ends with 2 Full Length Prognostic Simulated GAMSAT administrations to predict exam readiness.
The GAMSAT is a 5½ hour exam comprised of three sections. Two sections are offered in the morning followed by the remaining section in the afternoon, after a lunch break. Each section is preceded by a short reading period. Click here for a precise schedule for the exam day including allotted times and content descriptions for each section.
Early self-assessment is crucial to estimate your state of exam readiness and plan a subsequent study path. Please read the “Improve Your Score” page on our website which provides detailed information about how to begin preparing for GAMSAT immediately and how to predict your current state of exam competency.
If English is certified to not be your first language, you are currently permitted to bring a printed bilingual dictionary into the exam for use in Sections I and II only. Standard English dictionaries are not permitted.
A non-programmable calculator is currently permitted for use in Section III only.