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Hi,

I would like to do the GAMSAT exam in September.
I have a degree in Classics and no Science A - levels.
I have been advised that the GradMed course is a good course but I have read countless posts on this forum claiming that you just need to spend a couple hundred of pounds on books and study at home....
I am therefore concerned about paying a large sum of money (£3,000-£4,000) for a course that some people claim that you just don't need to do. And of course I don't want to do that / can't afford for that to happen. My other issue is that I don't want to have to try again next year - my circumstances are such that doing the test 3-4 times is not an option for me right now. So that makes me think I should do the GradMed course and throw everything at it!

I have spoken to the people at GradMed and they seemed nice/helpful etc although I have some reservations....

I would really value some advice!
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Wonder1234
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I would like to do the GAMSAT exam in September.
I have a degree in Classics and no Science A - levels.
I have been advised that the GradMed course is a good course but I have read countless posts on this forum claiming that you just need to spend a couple hundred of pounds on books and study at home....
I am therefore concerned about paying a large sum of money (£3,000-£4,000) for a course that some people claim that you just don't need to do. And of course I don't want to do that / can't afford for that to happen. My other issue is that I don't want to have to try again next year - my circumstances are such that doing the test 3-4 times is not an option for me right now. So that makes me think I should do the GradMed course and throw everything at it!

I have spoken to the people at GradMed and they seemed nice/helpful etc although I have some reservations....

I would really value some advice!
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Wonder1234
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Hi,

I would like to do the GAMSAT exam in September.
I have a degree in Classics and no Science A - levels.
I have been advised that the GradMed course is a good course but I have read countless posts on this forum claiming that you just need to spend a couple hundred of pounds on books and study at home....
I am therefore concerned about paying a large sum of money (£3,000-£4,000) for a course that some people claim that you just don't need to do. And of course I don't want to do that / can't afford for that to happen. My other issue is that I don't want to have to try again next year - my circumstances are such that doing the test 3-4 times is not an option for me right now. So that makes me think I should do the GradMed course and throw everything at it!

I have spoken to the people at GradMed and they seemed nice/helpful etc although I have some reservations....

I would really value some advice!
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