GAMSAT Practice Test 2024 Questions Answers (UPDATED)

GAMSAT Practice Test 2024 Questions Answers (UPDATED) Graduate Medical School Admissions Test Australia, Ireland, and the UK. Try our free GAMSAT review questions and answers online. The GAMSAT Sample Questions contain examples of the kind of materials and questions you can expect to find in the Graduate Australian Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT) actual test.

GAMSAT is developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) in conjunction with GEMPASS Australia Limited to assist in the selection of students to participate in the graduate-entry programs in Australia, Ireland, and the UK. It is designed to assess the capacity to undertake high-level intellectual studies in medical and health professional programs.

GAMSAT Practice Test 2024

There is no penalty for getting an answer wrong on GAMSAT: You can try our free Practice Test, GAMSAT Practice Test 2 and Practice Test 3 are each equivalent to a full paper-based test and each will take approximately 5.5 hours to complete under exam conditions. Answers are given to all questions.


GAMSAT is offered twice a year, in March and September. GAMSAT is divided into three separately timed sections designed to assess performance in the areas of I. Reasoning in Humanities and Social Sciences, II. Written Communication, III. Reasoning in Biological and Physical Sciences.

Test Name Graduate Medical School Admissions Test
Total time limit  5.25 hours
Netagive Marking No marks are deducted
for a wrong answer
Test Type computer-based test
Test time twice a year in March and September
Eligibility Bachelor’s or an undergraduate honors degree,
Test retake limit no limit
Break time 1 hour between Section II and Section III.
Australia: AUD$515
Ireland: €341
UK: £268Additional overseas levy of
applies for test sittings in
Singapore and
Washington D.C

Content of GAMSAT

The questions are grouped to reflect the three Sections of GAMSAT:

Section I Reasoning in Humanities and Social Sciences
Section II Written Communication
Section III Reasoning in Biological and Physical Sciences

Content of GAMSAT

The following table shows the structure of GAMSAT by section and time.

GAMSAT Offical Practice Test 2022

The ACER also provides GAMSAT Practice Test Questions and Sample Questions. You should order all four. Reference will be made to these questions throughout the text. These consist basically of two half GAMSAT Practice Tests, one called “Sample Questions” and the other “Practice Questions” and two full-length GAMSAT tests called “Practice Tests I & II”.

The publications are only available in pdf format; hard copies are not available. Please note that the content of the preparation materials does not change from year to year unless otherwise specified. The Practice Questions e-book is included in the cost of the GAMSAT registration

GAMSAT result

Results for GAMSAT March will be released in late May 2022 and the results for GAMSAT September will be released in mid-November 2022.

You will be notified via email when results are available through your online account. You can only access your Statement of Results online and are advised to save and print a copy of the Statement of Results for your records. Statement of Results is accessible for two years in your online account. Statements of Results include your date of birth and name used at the time the test was taken. Replacement Statements of Results will not be provided to accommodate a subsequent change of name.

No hard copies of the Statement of Results will be sent to candidates. The universities will verify the results used for applications with ACER.


When you receive your GAMSAT results you will also receive a chart that will allow you to convert your score into a percentile figure. This tells you how many other candidates scored at or below your level. For example, in 2005 a score of 67 was equivalent to a percentile rank of 90. This means that you did as well or better than 90% of the other candidates, and only 10% did better than you.

The percentile figure is important only in that some of the medical schools seem to set the pass mark for each year so that they interview the same percentage of candidates from year to year, e.g. they want to interview the top 25%

GAMSAT score

You will receive a score for each of the three sections, together with an overall GAMSAT score. The overall score is a weighted average of the three section scores.

Each of the four GAMSAT scores is expressed on a scale of 0 to 100. These are not percentage marks. The overall GAMSAT score is calculated using the following formula:

Overall Score = (1 × Section I + 1 × Section II + 2 × Section III) ÷ 4

Results for university admissions

AUSTRALIA: to apply in 2022 for a course commencing in 2024 ONLY the following results can be used: September 2020, March 2021, September 2021 and March 2022.

IRELAND: to apply in 2022 for a course commencing in 2022 ONLY the following results can be used: September 2020, March 2021, September 2021 and March 2022.

UK: to apply in 2022 for a course commencing in 2024 ONLY the following results can be used: March 2021, September 2021, March 2022 and September 2022.


All important information about GAMSAT can be found in this Information Booklet and on the GAMSAT website (

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