I took the Ireland 2016 March GAMSAT and results came out two weeks ago. I have heard often that GAMSAT March is harder than the September (not sure if verified) but the cumulative graph indicated that the 50th percentile rank score was 54 which by usual standards is quite low. This was the graph that came with my results. I ended up scoring 76 despite under performing in section 1 after taking painkillers for a fever and feeling very groggy during section 1. After 5 months of preparation. I scored S1: 64 S2: 86 S3: 76 UPDATE: Having done the September exam, my total score went up to 82. A rise in both S1 and S3, and a slight drop in S2. I think the S1 rise is attributable simply to more practice, S2 drop was due to not practising essays anymore (got fed up) and the S3 increase was due to practice and better understanding of Physics. Previous to taking up GAMSAT, I did Economics at LSE and worked in Investment Banking. For A levels, I hadn't done any sciences (I did Maths, Further Maths, Economics, Politics, Music & French). At university I wrote a handful of short essays in my first year, and none since. As a result, I was approaching all sections of the GAMSAT at the worst possible starting point. I wasted an incredible amount of time looking for appropriate resources, and there is a huge amount of misinformation on the internet with what the appropriate resources are and hopefully I can help with regard to this and the best way to revise for the exam. There are a lot of 'agents' posing to be users and trying to give their books a good reputation on the forums. In addition, there are people who sell books (especially on gumtree) but the books are not what they are described to be, so I urge you to be especially diligent when buying second hand books and not end up wasting money and energy like I did. I think it would take far too long, if I were to write up on everything, but if you have specific questions about each section, or about what study materials I used, feel free to message me or post here, and I will look to get back to you as soon as possible. Here is however a quick snapshot of the material that I came across with another friend I was studying with and how we thought they ranked. Collins Advanced Science 8/10: good for general knowledge, if you are jumping into the science at the deep end. GAMSAT Gold Standard 3/10: other than the practice paper at the end of the book, this book pissed me off. It's marketed as the holy grail of GAMSAT, but it's way too shallow, and the stupid cat animation drove me crazy. Grad Med Science books & sample exam papers 8/10: Organic chemistry is not great, physical chemistry, biology and physics good. Exam papers, very similar to the real thing. Don't go on the course, you can easily just teach yourself. Ozimed Sample Papers 7/10: Very recall based, so unlike GAMSAT in this respect, but a good starting point to check your science knowledge. Verbal reasoning, way too easy. Guru Method 7/10: It's decent. Nothing spectacular, their collection of questions are fairly similar to the GAMSAT. Medprep Sample Papers 7/10: Fairly similar to actual GAMSAT. Des O'neill 9/10: Epic question bank, endless questions, several practice papers. All the practice you need and more. You can get it cheap as PDF. Griffiths Review 8/10: Good overview, cheap, worth getting. N.B. Obviously get the acer material! If you have any further queries, drop them here! Disclaimer: I don't have any material to sell, I can only advise, as I have already lent my books to a colleague who is now studying for the GAMSAT himself.