Hi all, I'm currently a third year university student studying Computer Science predicted a First Class Honours (hopefully!) My university offers a 4 year Graduate-Entry Medicine (GEM) course for students who achieve a 2:1 or higher in their current degree, obviously not taking into account GAMSAT scores etc... The next GAMSAT test date is March 25th 2017, and I want to know is from now until then realistic enough time to self-teach the materials needed for the test. I haven't studied any Chemistry, Biology, Physics since GCSE level, but will be hoping to study every day for about 2/3 hours. I know it's such a vague question because people vary in how they learn, but generally, how hard are we talking for this test? is 5 months pushing it a bit? Also, I've been trying to look through different forums for some book material and I'm getting some mixed reviews varying from each forum. I'm obviously going to need some a-level Chemistry, Biology, Physics textbooks, but I've read up that the ACER GAMSAT books are a waste of time/money? Could someone shed some clarity and maybe share with me what materials they used to prepare for such a test. Thanks in advance!