Look here’s the deal: there’s the preparation you’ve done and then there’s your performance on the day. They do not necessarily always correlate. ACER specifically says this isn’t a test of existing knowledge. I walked into the exam room on the day of my sitting in a tunnel-visioned focus, HUNGRY like a pitbull straining against a leash, to DEMOLISH my exam. Would you like to feel like that walking into your GAMSAT?
I scored the 100th percentile. Which is what I was doing before the GAMSAT, what I’ve been doing since the GAMSAT, and what I’m going to keep doing. I’ve spent $100,000 on my personal development over the last decade, and I’m here to tell you, a great deal of what I know, and what I used in my GAMSAT, is quickly and easily replicable.
I sat down and asked myself what would make the biggest difference to you guys a month away, no matter how much or little preparation you had done. How, if you sat down at a chessboard in the middle of the game, could you maximise whatever you currently had and go on to win?
I’ve answered this in a two-part, 31-page, book called “One Month To Go” dealing with GAMSAT-specific strategy and mindset, and it comes bundled with a two-part webinar series.
On the 9th and the 16th of March.
Tbh it is inconveniently high value because it makes the rest of my products seem more expensive and it really doesn’t make sense to have such high value in such a cheap product, but we’re a month out from the GAMSAT and I can’t imagine people spending big dollars with not as much time before the actual thing so here we are.. I’m also not going to delete value from it now it’s written just to make it make sense with the other products. It’s there now you might as well have it.
Short answer it’s worth WAY more than $99. In fact, I spent over $100,000 learning what I have put into this book. So, yeah, it’s a bloody steal.