A major component of getting a high GAMSAT score is identifying and focusing on areas of weakness. Every student knows that GAMSAT practice questions are important in their GAMSAT study. However, GAMSAT Section 3 remains a challenging area for many.
Using a log to keep track of your progress as you work through GAMSAT Section 3 practice questions will yield a huge benefit to your GAMSAT preparation. GAMSAT Section 3 assesses you in the application of the fundamental sciences including chemistry, biology and physics. Furthermore, it also assesses your analytical, deductive and inductive reasoning within these domains.
GAMSAT Section 3 is the longest section of the GAMSAT, presenting a unique challenge for both science and non-science students. That's where the Fraser's GAMSAT Section 3 Question Log comes in. This tool is designed to help you track your progress, understand your performance, and navigate this complex section more effectively.
By logging each question, you can see patterns and find out where you need to improve. The log lets you tag questions by type or subject area, showing you where you might be struggling.
Time is important when preparing for the GAMSAT. The question log helps you use your time wisely, letting you focus on areas that need more work.
GAMSAT Section 3 tests your understanding of basic sciences and your ability to reason analytically, deductively, and inductively. The log helps you get better at these skills.
Using the GAMSAT Section 3 Question Log is as straightforward as it is effective. Here's how:
After you've answered a question, make sure to log it in the spreadsheet. Don't forget to include all the important details like the Subject, the Approach you used, and the main skill that was tested, whether it's Contextual Understanding and Logical Inference or Mathematical Reasoning.
For every question, identify the Approach Barrier you encountered and jot down a key learning or takeaway. This should be a general insight that can apply to any question, such as "I need to pay more attention when reading the question" or "I should always start by reading the stem first.
The Statistics Tab in the log gives you a visual overview of how you're doing. It's a great way to get a clear picture of your strengths and weaknesses.
Make sure to focus on your weaknesses before the exam, and your strengths on the day!