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Medical Pathways in Australia

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Medical school is the dream for so many of us - So how exactly can you get into medical school and what are the different pathway options available to students? This page will explore the different medical pathways in Australia and break down the differences in pre-requisites, scores, application processes and timelines. For further information about each specific medical school in Australia, visit the Australian Medical Schools Guide. If you’re looking for specific information on admission requirements and GAMSAT ® score cut-offs, head to our guide to Medical School Admission Requirements.

  1. Pathways to Become a Doctor in Australia
  2. Medical Pathways in Australia - Undergraduate Entry
  3. Undergraduate Medicine: Admissions & Criteria
  4. Undergraduate Medicine: Timeline
  5. Undergraduate Medicine: Checklist
  6. Medical Pathways in Australia - Graduate Entry
  7. Graduate Medicine: Admissions & Criteria
  8. Graduate Medicine: Timeline
  9. Graduate Medicine: Checklist

Pathways to Become a Doctor in Australia

Simply speaking, there are 2 broad pathways to becoming a doctor in Australia - undergraduate or graduate entry into medical school.

What is the difference between the Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Entry Pathways?

Undergraduate vs Graduate Medicine Pathways

Undergraduate Graduate
Previous Study Direct entry from year 12, no previous tertiary education required Previous tertiary education (minimum Bachelor's degree) required
General Entry Requirements ATAR + UCAT ® + Interview GPA + GAMSAT ® + Interview
Duration 5-6 years 4 years

The key difference between the undergraduate and graduate medical pathways is the point in time in which you can commence your medical studies. Undergraduate courses are primarily designed for students who are leaving high school and who haven’t yet completed an undergraduate degree (note that there are a few exceptions, with some undergraduate medical schools providing broader entry options - Refer to our guide on Australian Medical Schools for further information). As a result, undergraduate courses generally rely on a combination of ATAR, UCAT ® exam performance, and interview scores. As students haven’t yet completed any tertiary level studies, undergraduate courses are longer in length (around 5-6 years depending on the exact university).

On the other hand, graduate courses require students to have completed a Bachelor's degree (3 years) before commencing the course. Instead of taking ATAR and UCAT ® scores into account, graduate programs generally use GPA (from the previous degree/s) and GAMSAT ® scores plus an interview score - Some graduate entry medical schools also require a portfolio submission. As students have already completed a tertiary degree and have extra knowledge and experience under their belts, the graduate programs are considered a Masters degree and are shorter, typically lasting 4 years. This means that overall, graduate students will have been undertaking tertiary studies for a minimum of 7 years by the end of their medical degree.

Specific universities across both undergraduate and graduate programs may have additional pre-requisites or admissions criteria, and these details can be found in our Australian Medical Schools Guide. Whichever medical pathway you take, you will complete your degree with an AHPRA registration and be allowed to practise medicine as a doctor, thus starting the next stage of your learning and journey as a registered medical professional.

Which Universities offer Undergraduate vs Graduate Entry Medicine in Australia?

Undergraduate (Direct Entry) Graduate Provisional Degrees
University of Newcastle (UoN) / University of New England (UNE) Australian National University (ANU) University of Queensland (UQ) and Central Queensland University (CQU), via UQ
University of New South Wales (UNSW University of Notre Dame Sydney (UNDS) Flinders University SA and Charles Darwin NT, via Flinders University SA
University of Western Sydney (UWS) / Charles Sturt University (CSU) University of Sydney (USyd) University of Western Australia (UWA)
University of Adelaide (UniAdelaide) University of Wollongong (UoW) Griffith University and Sunshine Coast University, via Griffith University ^
Bond University * Macquarie University (MU)
James Cook University (JCU) * Griffith University
Monash University University of Queensland (UQ)
University of Tasmania Flinders University
Curtin University Deakin University
University of Melbourne (UniMelb)
Monash University #
University of Notre Dame Fremantle (UNDF)
University of Western Australia (UWA)
  • *Bond University and James Cook University do not require the UCAT ®
  • #Monash University graduate entry does not require the GAMSAT® and is only available to students who have completed an approved Bachelor’s degree at Monash University (i.e. external domestic applicants are not accepted)
  • ^Provisional entry to Griffith graduate medicine does not require the UCATBond University and James Cook University do not require the UCAT ®

In addition to the simple undergraduate vs graduate schema, there are 4 universities which offer provisional entry to graduate medical degrees for high school leavers. This essentially means that students apply in high school with their UCAT ® and ATAR results, and are provisionally accepted by the university into a graduate medical degree following the completion of an approved Bachelor’s degree at the university. These students will need to maintain a high GPA, but do not need to sit the GAMSAT ® or resubmit an application prior to commencing their graduate medical degree. For further information on these universities, you can refer to their individual descriptions on the Australian Medical Schools Guide.

Medical Pathways in Australia - Undergraduate Entry

Undergraduate Entry Medical Schools Australia

State University
NSW University of Newcastle (UoN) / University of New England (UNE)
University of New South Wales (UNSW)
University of Western Sydney (UWS) / Charles Sturt University (CSU, Orange)
VIC Monash University
QLD Bond University
James Cook University
University of Queensland (UQ)*
Central Queensland University (CQU) via UQ*
Griffith University*
Sunshine Coast University via Griffith University*
SA University of Adelaide (UniAdelaide)
Flinders University*
WA Curtin University
University of Western Australia (UWA)*
TAS University of Tasmania
NT Charles Darwin University via Flinders University*
*Provisional offers to complete undergraduate degree followed by graduate medicine (see below section), but application and entry is based on ATAR and UCAT ® scores (except for Griffith provisional entry which does not require UCAT ® )

Undergraduate Medicine: Admissions & Entry Criteria

Which admissions tests do undergraduate medical schools accept?

The UCAT ® is the admissions exam used by undergraduate entry medical schools. Almost all universities offering undergraduate medicine degrees require the UCAT ® exam, with the exception of Bond University and James Cook University. The UCAT ® , or University Clinical Aptitude Test, is a 2 hour online multiple choice exam that is divided into 5 subsections - Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Situational Judgement. As students will largely be applying directly as school-leavers, the exam is designed not to test scientific or medical knowledge, but rather to assess broader skills such as verbal, quantitative and abstract reasoning, as well as attributes such as empathy that are all considered desirable and advantageous for future doctors. For further information on the UCAT ® exam, check out our guide: What is the UCAT ® ?

Undergraduate Medicine: Pre-requisites

Generally speaking, the prerequisites for medicine through the undergraduate medical pathway are satisfactory results in the UCAT ® , a high ATAR score and successful completion of an interview. Some universities may additionally set subject prerequisites, such as for English or Sciences (Biology/Chemistry/Physics). This is dependent on the university, and a breakdown can be found below, with further details on our Australian Medical Schools Guide.

University Prerequisite Subjects
UQ, CQU, Flinders, CDU, UWS/CDU, UNSW, UoN/UNE No pre-requisite subjects necessary
UniAdelaide SACE stage 2 biology OR chemistry OR mathematical methods (or equivalent)
Griffith (+USC) English Units 3&4, C (or equivalent)
Monash 25/50 in English as an Alternate Language or 30/50 in English, AND 30/50 in Chemistry (or equivalent)
UTas Satisfactory achievements in year 12 Chemistry * AND one of English, English Literature or English Writing * Can completed UTas Chemistry Foundation Unit instead
Curtin Year 12 Chemistry (or CHEM1003 and CHEM1005 through Curtin University for non-high school leavers)
UWA English OR Literature OR English as an Additional Language or Dialect ATAR: scaled mark of 50 or above (or equivalent)
JCU English Units 3&4, C AND Mathematical Methods Units 3&4, C AND Chemistry Units 3&4, C (or equivalent)
Bond English OR English as an Additional Language OR Literature OR English and Literature Extension: Units 3&4, C (or equivalent)

Another important criterion to look out for is the highest level of study you have completed. Most undergraduate medicine universities will require you to be a high school leaver with no previous tertiary study experience, however some do allow you to have already commenced or even completed another degree. Again, a comparison can be found below or on our Australian Medical Schools Guide.

University Previous Study
UoN/UNE Your previous university study will be used to assess your academic eligibility if you have completed at least one year full-time in a single program of study (full academic load, excluding credit) or its part-time equivalent at a recognised higher education institution in Australia or overseas by the end of the application year. In this case, you will not be considered based on your Year 12 results.

Recognised courses/units/awards include Higher Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy, Masters by research, Masters by coursework, Graduate Diploma, Bachelor degree (including Honours), Associate degree, Diploma.
UNSW All tertiary study accepted. If you've completed less than 0.75 FTE (full time equivalent) of university study at the end of the year prior to your desired commencement in the Medicine program, you'll be assessed only on your secondary school results.
UWS/CSU All tertiary study accepted
UniAdelaide If you wish to be considered as a Higher Education (Tertiary Transfer) applicant, your only record of study must be from the University of Adelaide. You must not have a tertiary record from any other Australian or overseas university. It must be a minimum of one year full-time equivalent study and maximum of two years full-time equivalent study.

To meet the minimum academic threshold as a Higher Education applicant:
  • First year students must have between 18 and 24 units of level 1 study and have achieved at least a credit average (Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 or more) across all subjects
  • Second year students must have between 27 and 48 units of level 1 and 2 study and have achieved at least a credit average (GPA of 5.0 or more) across all subjects.
  • Third year students (having studied one or more level 3 subjects) are not eligible for entry into the Medical program at the University of Adelaide and should consider graduate medicine pathways.
Flinders Provisional entry for high schools leavers only (but graduate entry exists for students who have commenced tertiary study)
CSU For tertiary studies the following minimum GPAs levels apply:
  • 1 semester or more but less than 1 year undergraduate: GPA 6.4
  • 1 year or more but uncompleted undergraduate: GPA 6.2
  • 3 years or more but uncompleted undergraduate: GPA 5.5
  • Completed undergraduate degree: GPA 5.5
  • Completed undergraduate Honours degree, Class 1, 2A, 2B and 2d (no level specified): GPA No minimum
  • Completed graduate certificate: GPA 6.5
  • Completed graduate diploma: GPA 6.2
  • Completed coursework master's: GPA 5.4
  • Completed research master's: No minimum

Applicants who have studied more than one tertiary qualification are assessed on the basis of the qualification with the highest GPA that meets the requirements (minimum of 32 credit points completed in the award, or one semester equivalent full-time).
UQ Provisional entry for high schools leavers only (but graduate entry exists for students who have commenced tertiary study)
Griffith Provisional entry for high schools leavers only (but graduate entry exists for students who have commenced tertiary study)
Monash Only available to applicants who have completed Year 12 studies (or VCE equivalent) no more than two years prior, and have not commenced other studies at a tertiary level during that time. Applicants who have commenced tertiary study, including AQF Level Certificate IV and above, are ineligible to apply and should consider the graduate entry program.
UTas All tertiary study accepted
From the 2023 intake there will be approximately 25 places for applicants with higher education study and 50% of these places will be allocated to students completing the UTAS Bachelor of Medical Research (BMedRes). Detailed entry requirements, including any grade point average or admissions test requirements, will be published in advance of the 2023 intake period. Further details about this Graduate Entry Pathway can be found here.
Curtin Previous study is only accepted for current Curtin university students enrolled in their first course of study. Applicants must not have a tertiary record from any other Australian or overseas university and must not be in their final year of study in their current course.
UWA Provisional entry for high schools leavers only (but graduate entry exists for students who have commenced tertiary study)
JCU All tertiary study accepted. The most recent course GPA (Grade Point Average) score will be used to rank applicants who have commenced or completed tertiary studies.
Bond

All tertiary study accepted. Applicants should also refer to the Entry Assessment table for guidance on whether to apply as an undergraduate or graduate applicant. Qualifications older than nine years immediately preceding the close of applications for the relevant application period cannot be considered. Bond University will offer approximately 80% of available places to undergraduate applicants and the remainder to graduate applicants.


Undergraduate Medicine: How do I apply?

Students wishing to study medicine through the undergraduate pathway will need to apply to sit the UCAT ® exam in the year before they wish to start their medical degree. It is important to note that UCAT ® results cannot be carried over from one year to the next. For example, if you wish to apply for a course commencing in 2023, you will need to sit the UCAT ® exam in 2022.

Students will then need to apply for their universities of choice. This is generally done through each state’s university admission service, e.g. UAC in NSW, or in some cases can be done directly to the university itself. As there is no centralised application system (unlike GEMSAS for graduate entry medical schools ) the exact opening and closing deadlines will depend on the university and state you are applying to. Applications usually open around August, but again, ensure that you check each university’s website to confirm the exact details. This will likely be earlier than application deadlines for other courses as your interview will need to be scheduled prior to the end of the year.

Following review of your application, you may receive an interview offer. Interviews are held in a broad window from late-November all the way up until the end of January depending on the specific university. Once interviews are done, universities will then combine your scores and send out offers to the lucky students who have been successful in securing a place.

Undergraduate Medicine Pathway - Timeline

As there is no generalised body for applications through the undergraduate pathway (as there is with GEMSAS in the graduate entry pathway), the exact timeline for applications is dependent on the exact university and the state’s undergraduate admissions centre. As always, students are advised to check the key dates and deadlines on each university’s website. Below is a general guideline for the undergraduate pathway timeline:

Australian Medical Schools Admissions Timeline
* Application opening dates vary depending on the state’s undergraduate admission centre, e.g. UAC, TISC, SATAC, QTAC, VTAC.
Internal applications are needed for: UoN/UNE, UNSW, UTas, James Cook

Undergraduate Medicine Pathway Checklist

  • Register for the UCAT by May 17
  • Study for and sit the UCAT in July-August
  • Ensure you keep up with your year 12 studies as your ATAR will be just as important as your UCAT score
  • If you have already commenced further tertiary studies, ensure the university you will be applying for will accept your application as a non-school leaver
  • Review the details for each medical school and decide which schools you will be applying to
  • Ensure you have selected and met any subject prerequisites if needed
  • Note down the application process, admission centre and deadlines (as each state and university will differ) for all the universities you are interested in
  • Ensure you submit an application and any supporting documentation before the deadlines
  • Note the interview process for each university and practice interview questions
  • Attend interview if invited
  • Accept your offer by the given deadline

Medical Pathways in Australia - Graduate Entry

Which universities offer graduate-entry medicine in Australia?

As of 2022, there are currently 13 Medical Schools that provide a Graduate Entry Medical Program, 12 of which require the GAMSAT ® exam (or MCAT ® Exam for international students). Monash University graduate entry medicine does not require the GAMSAT ® and is only available to students who have completed an approved Bachelor’s degree at Monash University (i.e. external domestic applicants are not accepted)

Of these 12, 10 are members of the GAMSAT ® Consortium and their medical courses are participants in GEMSAS. The University of Sydney and Flinders University, are not part of GEMSAS, but still require the GAMSAT ® exam, as well as separate, direct applications.

State University
NSW University of Notre Dame Sydney (UNDS)
University of Sydney (USyd)
University of Wollongong (UoW)
Macquarie University (MU)
VIC University of Melbourne (UniMelb)
Deakin University
Monash University
QLD University of Queensland (UQ)*
Griffith University #
SA Flinders University^
WA University of Notre Dame Fremantle (UNDF)
University of Western Australia (UWA) &
ACT Australian National University (ANU)

*UQ graduate program can be via graduate entry (requiring GAMSAT® and GPA) or via provisional entry (requiring UCAT® and ATAR, followed by an approved Bachelor’s degree at UQ or CQU)
#Griffith graduate program can be via graduate entry (requiring ®and GPA) or via provisional entry (requiring ATAR only, followed by a Bachelor of Medical Science at either Griffith or Sunshine Coast University)
^Flinders graduate program can be completed in SA or NT via graduate entry (requiring GAMSAT® and GPA) or via provisional entry (requiring UCAT® and ATAR, followed by an approved Bachelor’s degree at Flinders in SA or Charles Darwin in NT)
&UWA graduate program can be via graduate entry (requiring GAMSAT® and GPA) or via provisional entry (requiring UCAT® and ATAR, followed by an approved Bachelor’s degree at UWA)

Graduate Medicine: Admissions & Entry Criteria

Which admissions tests do graduate medical schools in Australia accept?

The graduate medical pathway in Australia uses the GAMSAT ® exam as the admissions test. All universities offering graduate medicine degrees will require a GAMSAT ® score, with the exception of Monash University. The GAMSAT ® , or Graduate Medical School Admission Test, is a 5 hour exam developed by ACER. It is broken into 3 sections - Section 1: Reasoning in Humanities, Section 2: Written Communication, and Section 3: Reasoning in Biological and Physical Sciences. It’s designed to assess your analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as how you organise and communicate your ideas. Unlike the UCAT ® , the GAMSAT ® exam does draw on assumed knowledge in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics as students need to demonstrate that they are prepared to embark on a shorter and tougher graduate course. For further information on the GAMSAT ® exam itself, check out our page: What is the GAMSAT ® ? To get additional details on how the GAMSAT® scores are calculated, check out our GAMSAT ® Results Guide.

Graduate Medicine: Pre-requisites

The pre-requisites for graduate entry medicine are generally a high GAMSAT ® score and GPA, and satisfactory completion of an interview. Specific cut-offs and calculation methods for each university are explained in our Medical Admissions Requirements guide. As part of the definition of graduate entry, you are required to have completed a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree before commencing the graduate medical degree (although you can sit the GAMSAT ® and apply in your final year whilst studying). The University of Wollongong, University of Notre Dame Sydney and University of Notre Dame Fremantle also require students to submit a portfolio as part of their application. The University of Queensland is the sole graduate entry medical school which requires you to complete specific subject prerequisites, with further details provided on their website. Further information on prerequisites (including subject requirements and quotas) can be found on our Australian Medical Schools Guide , or on each university’s website.

Graduate Medicine: How do I apply?

Students will first need to apply to sit the GAMSAT ® exam via the ACER website. The GAMSAT ® exam runs twice a year, in March and September.

March GAMSAT ® exam September GAMSAT ® exam
Test Date 18 - 23 March 2022 5 - 9 September 2022
Registration Opens Early November 2021 Mid May 2022
Registration Closes Monday 31 January 2022
10 AM GMT
9 PM AEDT
Friday 22 July 2022
1 PM BST
10 PM AEST
Late Registration Closure Wednesday 9 February 2022
10 AM GMT
9 PM AEDT
Friday 29 July 2022
1 PM BST
10 PM AEST
Refund/Deferral Request Closure Wednesday 9 February 2022
10 AM GMT
9 PM AEDT
Friday 29 July 2022
1 PM BST
10 PM AEST
Cost AUD$515 AUD$515

Unlike the UCAT ® exam, GAMSAT ® results remain valid for 2 years, so you can sit the exam whilst you’re still studying your undergraduate degree if you choose to. If you’re planning on applying in the near future, you can use the below table to guide you:

Application Details Valid Results
Apply 2022 for 2023 Commencement March GAMSAT ® : 2021, 2022
September GAMSAT ® : 2020, 2021
Apply 2023 for 2024 Commencement March GAMSAT ® : 2022, 2023
September GAMSAT ® : 2021, 2022
Apply 2024 for 2025 Commencement March GAMSAT ® : 2023, 2024
September GAMSAT ® : 2022, 2023

GAMSAT ® exam results are generally released within 2 months of sitting the exam. Regardless of the specific sitting you sat, applications for graduate programs are accepted annually through GEMSAS. GEMSAS , or the Graduate Entry Medical Schools Admissions System, manages applications, calculates grade point averages (GPAs) and applies individual school selection rules to allocate and organise interview and course offers to candidates around Australia. For further details, you can visit their website. Of the 12 graduate medical universities that use the GAMSAT® exam, 10 of them operate via GEMSAS. The University of Sydney and Flinders University are the exceptions - Both require separate direct applications. For further details head to the respective university websites.

Once GEMSAS has assessed your application in line with each university’s requirements, successful candidates will receive an interview offer in line with their highest preference that is satisfied with their scores so far. These students will sit their interviews in September-October, after which GEMSAS will add your interview scores to your application and send out acceptance offers to successful students. For further details refer to our comprehensive guide to the Medical Admissions Process & Entry Requirements.

Event Dates
Application Period. Submit your application through GEMSAS.
University of Sydney, Flinders University & Monash Uni are not part of GEMSAS
April - May 2022
GAMSAT ® Results Released. Late May 2022
Interview Offers Released August - September 2022
Interviews are held September - October 2022
Medical Offers Released September - December 2022
Additional Offers made to fill vacancies December 2022 - January 2023

How should I order my preferences in GEMSAS?

The most important thing to note is that once you receive an offer from a GEMSAS school, if you decline an offer of a place, you will not be considered for another place or receive another offer. This is why it is so important to be mindful of your order of preferences (as well as specifics such as fee type and campus location) when you submit your application.

Each applicant’s eligibility and competitiveness will be assessed for their number one preference. If the applicant does not meet the requirements or is not highly ranked enough to gain an interview offer at their first preference, they will be assessed for their second preference, then their third and so on until an interview offer is made or all preferences are exhausted. After interviews, the above process will be repeated using interview scores in the calculations (according to each school’s selection rules). However, a student cannot be accepted for a graduate medical school position at a school that is higher on their preference list than the school they interviewed at. For example, if you complete an interview at your fourth preference school, your application for a final offer will be considered for your fourth, then if unsuccessful your fifth preference and so on. It will not be considered for your first, second, or third preferences in such a case.

Clearly, it is important to choose your preferences wisely. It is important to read carefully through this page and the GEMSAS admission guide - learn about how each university weighs its admission criteria and find where you may be more competitive. You may find that you have a lot of life experience and extracurricular activities that lend well to a university that uses a portfolio. Or if you find that you have a low GPA but a high GAMSAT ® score, you may want to apply for universities that give greater weight to the GAMSAT ® score in the calculation of your final score.

Ultimately, however, it is most important that you order your preferences based on where you actually want to study and where you will be the happiest. A medical degree requires a lot of time, energy and commitment, and you need to know that you will be comfortable with your decision, especially if it involves moving interstate. Check out our blog article Which Med School is for Me? To learn more about what you should take into consideration when choosing medical schools.

Studying Medicine as a Mature Age Student

Mature age students are generally unable to apply for undergraduate medicine, as this pathway is typically limited to school leavers (or up to three years after leaving high school in some cases). Mature age students however will be eligible to apply for graduate-entry medicine if they meet the admissions criteria. Most graduate-entry universities have a 10 year rule - that is, applicants will need to have successfully completed at least a three year Bachelor degree prior to commencement of the medical program. Of note, the University of Western Australia, Monash University, and Flinders University do not have a 10 year rule. For more information, read each university profile on our guide to Australian Medical Schools and, as always, check with each university directly for up-to-date verified information. For further perspectives on the challenges and advantages of starting medicine as a mature age student, check out our article on Medicine for Mature Age Students.

Graduate Pathway Timeline

Australian Medical Schools Admissions Timeline

Graduate Medicine Pathway Checklist

  • If you are wishing to apply for the next intake, ensure you are eligible for your universities of choice, e.g. have/will have the correct tertiary study requirements, have/will have a valid GAMSAT result
  • Register for the March GAMSAT and/or the September GAMSAT by their respective due dates. It’s generally recommended that you first sit the GAMSAT exam in your penultimate year of study to ensure that you have additional sittings in case you need to aim for a higher score.
  • Study for and sit the March and/or September GAMSAT
  • The GEMSAS Admissions guide is generally released in April of each year - Review the details for each medical school by looking through the GEMSAS guide and the individual university guides for medical schools that operate outside of GEMSAS.
  • It can often be useful to calculate your GPA when reviewing the admissions criteria to understand how competitive you are at different medical schools - The GEMSAS GPA calculator is useful for this purpose.
  • Decide which schools you will be applying to and how you wish to order your preferences
  • Begin organising any supporting documentation early on to account for any potential delays. Make a note of important submission deadlines.
  • Submit your application to GEMSAS by May 31, and directly to USyd, Monash and Flinders if chosen
  • Ensure all supporting documentation (e.g. for alternative pathways or rural applications) has been completed and sent to the relevant institutions by their deadlines
  • Start preparing for a medical interview - Review the interview process for each university and starting doing practice interview questions
  • Accept interview offer if provided and sit your medical interview
  • Accept your offer by the given deadline

Useful Resources

  1. What is the GAMSAT ® ?

    Everything you need to know about the GAMSAT ® Exam from structure and overview to which universities require the GAMSAT ®

  2. What is the UCAT ® ?

    Everything you need to know about the UCAT ® Exam from structure and overview to key dates and test locations.

  3. How to study for the GAMSAT ® Exam

    A breakdown of how to approach study effectively and how to set up a GAMSAT ® study schedule.

  4. Understanding your GAMSAT ® Results

    Covers everything you need to know about your GAMSAT ® Results - From how scoring works to the results release dates.

  5. Australian Graduate Medical Schools Guide - Admission Requirements

    Covers everything you need to know about Australian graduate medical school admission requirements and GAMSAT ® score cut-offs.

  6. Australian Medical Schools Overview

    An overview of Australian Medical Schools, both undergraduate and graduate, with details on the course and entry criteria for each medical school.

  7. GradReady GAMSAT Preparation Courses

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  8. InterviewReady Courses

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