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At the Institute of Medical Education, our GAMSAT courses are prepared by specialist medical physicians and senior lecturers from major Australian University Medical Schools.

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Be supported by preparation materials that are fit for the 21st century. Our materials are continually updated to mirror the current trends identified in the GAMSAT.

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Programs include unlimited access to IME's pre-medical academic faculty. Our comprehensive and planned approach provides students with their best chance of GAMSAT success.

Improve your GAMSAT Performance and Guaranteed Entry into Medicine

IME's GAMSAT preparation programs enable the development of intuitive understanding of the concepts required to excel in all sections of GAMSAT. Additionally, they emphasise critical-thinking and a focus on the application of knowledge.

Since problem-based learning techniques are central to modern medical curricula, our GAMSAT preparation is constructed with a major focus on the assessment of problem-solving ability across a wide range of subject areas. Since the introduction of the digital GAMSAT, the IME has helped scores of undergraduate and postgraduate students achieve their dream of being accepted into medical school.

Students that complete all aspects of the GAMSAT Premier Program are guaranteed* to receive an offer into an Australian medical school.

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Click the link below to schedule a no-obligation, free call with our Pre-Medical Lecturer - Dr Hassan Choucair. Discuss your GAMSAT score, receive application advice and learn about your best pathway into medicine by scheduling a call today!

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Free GAMSAT Exam

Get access to IME's GAMSAT Essentials Free Course & Trial Exam now. The vast majority of candidates we engage with have little idea about how to ideally approach the GAMSAT exam. So, diving straight into humanities or physical science course theory may not help you to advance Section Scores; but we know what will.

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Section II Essay Generator

Click the button below to access IME's GAMSAT Section II Generator. The Written Communication Section II of the GAMSAT tests the ability to develop ideas on socio-cultural and personal issues. Our Essay Writing Quote Generator provides 68 essay themes with example arguments against each prompt.

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2022 Webinar Schedule

Click the button below to see our scheduled webinars for 2022. All webinars are delivered by our academic team and focus on high-yield GAMSAT topics.

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Free MMI Interview Scenarios

IME's Medicine Admissions Interview Question Generator provides example themes and interview questions that are assessed across a diverse number of medical schools.

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GAMSAT

The Institute of Medical Education’s GAMSAT preparation programs enable the development of intuitive understanding of the concepts required to excel in all sections of the exam. IME’s modern programs emphasise critical thinking and focus on teaching students the skills needed to secure a place in postgraduate Medicine.

GAMSAT Premier Program (GA500)

GAMSAT Premier Program (GA500)

$4,997.00

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PinInteractive GAMSAT classroom & online

  • 2200+ MCQs
  • 70+ hours on-demand video content
  • Fortnightly group Q&A Webinar sessions
  • 50 marked essays with feedback report
  • 9 GAMSAT & Interview preparation subjects
  • 5+ mock GAMSAT exams
  • Unlimited personal tutor support
  • 12-hours personal tutorials
  • 12 on-demand recorded GAMSAT Science lectures
  • Medicine Application Review
  • Medicine Interview Preparation
  • Flexible Payment Options

GAMSAT Foundations Program (GA400)

GAMSAT Foundations Program (GA400)

$2,397.00

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PinInteractive GAMSAT classroom & online

  • 1200+ MCQs
  • 30+ hours on-demand video content
  • Access to Q&A Webinar sessions
  • 12 marked essays with feedback report
  • 6 GAMSAT preparation subjects
  • 2 mock GAMSAT exams

GAMSAT Essentials Program (GA300)

GAMSAT Essentials Program (GA300)

$397.00

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PinInteractive GAMSAT classroom & online

  • 500+ MCQs
  • 10+ hours on-demand video content
  • Access to Q&A Webinar sessions
  • 6 marked essays with feedback report
  • 5 GAMSAT preparation subjects
  • 1 mock GAMSAT exam

Where to access free material to help you succeed in your GAMSAT and MMI

Where to access free material to help you succeed in your GAMSAT and MMI

We have prepared a free mock GAMSAT exam and Section II essay generator to assist in your study, which can be found on our website.

${reading_time(`The Institute of Medical Education has prepared a free mock GAMSAT exam and Section II essay generator to assist in your study, which can be found on our website. If you are further along your medicine journey and would like help with Interview preparation, try our free MMI interview scenarios generator here. And if you are looking for an extended study program, you are welcome to have a read of our updated Pre-Medical brochures here. We hold regular free webinars, and you will be kept in the loop regarding future sessions. In the meantime, you can access our 2022 Webinar Schedule here. For more educational material, search "Institute of Medical Education" on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube — our Instagram (@pre_ime) and TikTok (@IMEmedical) pages are also a good source of fun. We have also released solutions to Section 3, ACER Practice Test 1 and 3 (formerly Green & Pink booklets, respectively). In these videos I explain in detail how to approach and answer each question. You can access the videos in their respective playlists on our YouTube channel.`)} Arror right

A Fun De-Stress GAMSAT Advent Calendar

A Fun De-Stress GAMSAT Advent Calendar

A fun de-stress advent calendar for you to try out in anticipation for the release ofSeptember GAMSAT 2022 results next month.  GAMSAT 2022 is finally over!

${reading_time(`Written by Dr Hassan Choucair GAMSAT 2022 is finally over, hooray! The exam cycle has most likely consumed your life, and yes, that feeling you have right now is called free time — a foreign concept to many candidates. Exam results do not come out until mid-November and the stress is getting to you; so, what should you do to pass the time? Here is a quick list of activities to keep you occupied before your results are released in November. We call it the de-stress advent calendar — the hope is that you receive a favourable GAMSAT score on the 25 th day. Good luck! 1. Make and cook your own handmade pasta.2. Beginners: go for a 2 km jog. Seasoned: add an extra 4 km to your next run.3. Visit a new street or square in your neighbourhood.4. Plant and grow your own herbs or chilies.5. Learn basic music theory and practice your singing.6. Buy a unique piece of clothing from an op-shop and wear it for the day.7. Try yoga, pilates, or stretching exercises.8. Watch the sunrise or sunset and try locating constellations in the night sky.9. Have a picnic in your city’s most attractive park.10. Go to the library and borrow a book to read.11. Visit a museum.12. Buy fresh flowers for yourself, a deserved family member or a dear friend.13. Update your resumé.14. Volunteer your time somewhere or look for volunteer work.15. Explore a new suburb in your city.16. Get a massage or visit your local doctor for a health check.17. Try a cuisine from a culture you are not familiar with.18. Draw, paint or colour a picture book.19. Learn and play a sport you are not familiar with.20. Organise an event or dinner with your friends.21. Reflect and write a short story on your life so far.22. Listen and critically analyse music from a genre you are not familiar with.23. Beginners: go for a swim. Seasoned: add an extra 500 m to your next swim.24. Go to cinema and watch a movie.`)} Arror right

Happy Dream (Not Nightmare) Interview: MMI Preparation

Happy Dream (Not Nightmare) Interview: MMI Preparation

The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is unlike your traditional panel interview. MMIs consist of numerous stations (sometimes up to ten), each focused on a different question or scenario, set up...

${reading_time(`The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is unlike your traditional panel interview. MMIs consist of numerous stations (sometimes up to ten), each focused on a different question or scenario, set up in a separate room with a new interviewer. Many candidates make the mistake of preparing for MMIs as they would for a regular job interview, by getting straight to the point and answering questions directly. Recall that the role of Medicine Admissions Interview is to assess a candidate's suitability for a career in Medicine. Being frank and forthright in a medical setting may cause more harm than good; all options need to be considered — and communicated — to ensure appropriate care is provided to patients.   To succeed in MMI settings, you must first understand the key competencies as determined by the interviewing medical school i.e., the ability to: Interact effectively with peers, healthcare team, patients, and their families Contribute effectively as a team member Act ethically and demonstrate the capacity to care Communicate efficiently and assimilate, organise, and present information concisely Promote health maintenance   Naturally, these key competencies direct the topics explored at different interview stations. Although the content varies slightly between universities, the themes of MMIs generally centre around: Personal questions Emotional communication Problem solving Resilience and maturity Enthusiasm for Medicine Awareness of common issues in Medicine Ethics and empathy It is important to note that due to the high volume of candidates participating in Medicine Admissions Interviews each year, it is impossible to recruit large numbers of clinicians to assess all participants. Therefore, your assessors may also include academics, members of the administrative staff, medical students, or even individuals drawn from the wider community, like butchers and landscapers. So, why does this matter?Your final interview score will be based on your ability to answer the question/scenario presented and how well you communicate your response. You must practice sharing your answers in a universally understandable style — remember, as a doctor your job is to present information to patients in a comprehensible fashion. And when I say practice, I do not mean the weekend before your interview. Interview performance makes up a significant chunk of your ranking required for medical school offers, which is why you should start preparing for interviews before offers are released. It is recommended you spend at least a few weeks (or a couple of months) preparing, practicing scenarios under interview conditions with someone who understands the criteria.  When practicing, it is important to arrange your response according to a particular pattern. One such technique is the SPIES format, used for interpersonal conflict and ethical issues in clinical situations: Seek information – identify who the stakeholders are Patient safety – make sure the patient is okay before proceeding Initiative – can you do anything yourself to solve the problem Escalate – involve other colleagues if you require further assistance Support – support all those involved  For instance, you are a junior doctor in a hospital and overhear a fellow doctor talk down to a nurse who they say was high on illicit drugs in a nightclub last night. How would you address the situation? Using the SPIES technique, we can propose: Seek information – correctly identify that the nurse, doctor, hospital governing body, and immediate patients require attention. Patient safety – make sure to check up on all the patients who are currently under the care of the nurse. Initiative – ascertain viewpoints from both the doctor and the nurse (in a private setting and not in front of patients). You may have to involve the hospital disciplinary body if it is found that an employee is under the influence of intoxicating substances at work. Try to organise another nurse to look after the patients until more information is provided.  Escalate – seek guidance from senior registrars/consultants at the hospital and/or report the matter to the hospital disciplinary body. Support – If it is found that the nurse is under the influence of illicit substances, they should rightly be disciplined by the hospital’s governing body. However, the nurse should also receive counselling or directives to pathways to help resolve their drug problem, as taking illicit substances could be a sign of deeper mental health issues. Conversely, if the doctor who initially raised the concern was lying, a meeting with peers should be proposed to examine workplace bullying.  Other techniques for responding to general and ethical scenarios exist; however, you should work to develop a technique of your own to help organise your thoughts. Some MMI stations will require strong, robust responses covering a wide range of topics and this can only be achieved with well-articulated and organised answers. Importantly, once key stakeholders are identified, you should work through responses that address each viewpoint. The Institute of Medical Education Medicine Admissions Interview Question Generator provides example themes and interview questions that are assessed across a diverse number of medical schools. If you receive an offer for interview, our Interview Mentorship Program will give you the best chance at entry, so contact us today!`)} Arror right

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