It’s that dreaded time of year where you’ve already decided that you want to do the 2019 March GAMSAT, but you’re stuck in no-man’s-land without a clue as to how best to proceed. Well, lucky for you, I’ve got your back. I have spent quite some time over the past 5...read more
Lessons from March and September GAMSATs 2018 Here’s the thing - try as hard as you might, you will never be able to game ACER. When you have the people that designed the game and its rules always changing up the design, you find yourself perpetually trying to keep...read more
What is torque? What forces produces torque? In this article we will answer those questions and the sub topics of equilibrium and how torque fits into that. Also we will look at how to apply the formulas in Section 3 of GAMSAT Physics. What is Torque? So let’s start...read more
Reviewing GAMSAT Mock Exams or any sort of content isn’t always the most straightforward thing. So many biases come to the fore and we can equally find ourselves on tangents that are not necessarily useful but, do scratch some sort of psychological itch. Today I want...read more
Scott: Hi JD... JD: Hi Scott... [tumbleweed] Scott: So, back in "the day" JD, when did you officially start your GAMSAT preparation? JD: I first began exposing myself to GAMSAT material in my first year of uni. Proper preparation would have started the end of that...read more
Perhaps you are wondering how best to prepare for Physics in the GAMSAT. In this article we will cover the best approaches and the GAMSAT Physics concepts that you should be ticking off in your study. First things first, don’t give up on Physics! So many people just...read more
In this article we will be looking at a cognitive tool known as GAMSAT vocabulary, or in the context of GAMSAT Section 1, a “lexical field” we want to develop. The objective of learning this tool is to be able to to convey ideas with greater complexity identify the...read more
Before you quit reading, there are students reading this article who potentially think they are experts in biology. I’m looking at biomedicine, science students and even some who aren’t doing science-based subjects. However, Biology is really underestimated in the...read more
[TRANSCRIPT] I’m Tom from Fraser's GAMSAT Tuition. I’m one of the lead tutors here and have been for many years, and I think one of the things people get wrong in preparing for GAMSAT Section 1 is believing that they can’t improve. You can improve! You can definitely...read more
Unless you have some completely irrational hate of poetry, there will be some kind of poetry that appeals to you. Not all poetry appeals to everyone. However in the universe of GAMSAT Poetry, there are definitely some things that should appeal to your taste and...read more
In the second episode of the Mailbag, Scott interviews Tom with student questions from the last month of study before GAMSAT 2019. Some of the questions they cover in the episode include Studying As A Full Timer, ACER’s Test Questions and their impacts on your score and more.
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In Episode 1 of Task C, your host Aleks walks Tom through a fundamental idea from 20th century existentialism. After watching or listening to this episode, you should have an understanding of ideas relating to purpose, meaning, identity, nihilism (purposelessness), freedom, free-will, values and ethics.
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