GAMSAT: Admissions test requirements set by UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools where GAMSAT is required of some undergraduate applicants.
GAMSAT is acronym for the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test.
In rare circumstances, UK medical schools require atypical undergraduate applicants to take this test. As explained by its developer Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), this aptitude test "is designed to assess the capacity to undertake high-level intellectual studies in the medical and health professional programs."
For details on GAMSAT usage, see the 'Admissions test' section in each medical school's full profile. To see the big picture, comparing admissions test usage overall, check also our chart of admissions test usage statistics and our notes on admissions test usage across all UK medical schools.
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