Initially I had planned to take the GAMSAT twice, I wanted to know what I was heading for before the final attempt in September. Unfortunately as I've mentioned on here before, life has a funny way of getting in the way of things and after my injuries this year, I'm only just about caught up on my Undergrad stuff in time for exams let alone adding to my stress with GAMSAT revision. So I didn't take it last weekend.
A couple of my friends however, did. They went to Dublin and they took the dreaded exam, and apparently, it was awful. They said that the humanities side of it wasn't as bad as they thought, but the science side was dreadful. I believe them, I'm sure it was a horrific day but I'm optimistic that it will be ok in Sept. I don't truly know how much prep they did for it. We've had essays etc due in, and I just don't know how much work they did. I don't know when they had the time to fit in the amount of prep needed this term, so I'm still hopeful that it won't be a complete disaster in September.
I'm not sure how it will go for me, but I'm also planning on taking the UKCAT and if I do alright in that I will apply to some GAMSAT and some UKCAT unis. Still keeping my fingers crossed for a miraculous interview after applications. I start hospice work soon and I have work experience lined up (only short shadowing), but I also have that exciting project I have spoken about before to talk about in interview, which I've really enjoyed (and I'm looking forward to finishing before my exams start in 11 weeks time fingers crossed!). So I'm still hopeful, if not MSc here I come.....!