GAMSAT Notes – Study Material
News (Updated April 2022)
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- All priority material is complete, all priority material can be found here
- There is now a page to see all notes by category here
- You can see the most recent notes here
- Here is a list of Recommended Reading Material
The information on this website was curated in an attempt to better understand the 4 major sciences. The content was specifically curated to facilitate studying for the GAMSAT exam.
In short, this website could be used to freshen up on these topics:
The priority material covers the major topics to be considered out of the 4 areas of science. The 4 areas of science referred to are Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.
This content has been said to come up in the GAMSAT exam more frequently – hence the separation of materials.
Additional Material (still being transcribed)
The additional material covers the 4 areas of science described above once again. These topics are said to come up less frequently in the GAMSAT exam, so perhaps more focus should be made on the priority material – but do not ignore this section in any way.
It would be best to work through the priority material first, and follow on with the Additional Content.
Using This Website
Use the left sidebar to navigate through the website.
The content is split into numerous sections in an attempt to make it easier to find relative content.
Also try the search if you are looking for something in particular.
This website is intended for informational purposes only. The notes on the website provided as is, without warranty and are not to be taken as absolute fact (as with anything in science).
Further research should be undertaken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided on this website.
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