GAMSAT is available to any student who has completed a Bachelor degree, or who will be in the penultimate (second-last) or final year of study for a Bachelor degree, at the time of sitting the test.
A full day will be needed to sit GAMSAT. This is made up of five and a half (5.5) hours of testing time and one hour of recess time. In addition, pre-testing procedures will take some time to complete. Therefore, it is not possible to guarantee start and finish times. Care should be taken when making return travel arrangements to allow adequate time at the test centre. You should not anticipate being at the test centre for less than 8 hours.
There will be no break between Sections I and II. There will be a lunch break of one hour between Section II and Section III. Reminder to all candidates: no lunch will be supplied; all candidates are advised to bring their own packed lunch. There is no break during the afternoon session of Section III.
There is no limit to the number of times a candidate may sit the test. Please note that it is the candidates responsibility to ensure that their results are considered valid for use in the admissions process. Please refer to the currency of results table.