Currency of results
GAMSAT results obtained from different sittings are directly comparable and can be used when applying to certain universities for up to four consecutive years in Australia, and two consecutive years in the UK and Ireland. This means that candidates may apply for admission to graduate entry schools in Australia up to four years after their test date, and graduate entry schools in the UK and Ireland up to two years after their test date.
Candidates can sit either the March or September test and use the results of either to apply to Australian, Irish and UK programs. Candidates may choose to sit more than one test and use the best score in their application. There is no restriction on the number of times an eligible candidate may sit GAMSAT.
Please see below for details of which results can be used for admission to programs in the different countries where GAMSAT is used.
AUSTRALIA: to apply in 2023 for a course commencing in 2024 ONLY the following results can be used: September 2019, May 2020, September 2020, March 2021, September 2021, March 2022, September 2022 and March 2023.
IRELAND: to apply in 2023 for a course commencing in 2023 ONLY the following results can be used: September 2021, March 2022, September 2022 and March 2023.
UK: to apply in 2023 for a course commencing in 2024 ONLY the following results can be used: March 2022, September 2022, March 2023 and September 2023.
Candidates that have more than one current GAMSAT score may use their best score when applying for admission to graduate-entry programs. You should bear in mind that Admissions Committees may set thresholds for the section scores as well as for overall scores. If you have more than one eligible set of scores and are uncertain which scores to use for your application, you should contact your preferred schools for advice.