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1. You need to pay somebody to do well in the GAMSAT.
Nope. You don’t need to give me a cent to do well. Anyone who says otherwise is breeding insecurity. However, I personally hired, burned through and move on from seven tutors; and absorbed almost every single essay and paid resource on the internet about Section II. GAMSAT writing was my obsessive focus for 14-18 hours a day for six months. What I’m offering is not success, you have to do that yourself. But this will save you time, and avoid you working to somebody else’s criteria of what an ideal essay looks like, which may not be ACER’s.
2. There is one way.
Also bs. I have never said that this way is the way it must be done. That’s what I was told by many tutors, and had to have the confidence to disagree and go with my gut. All I’m saying is this way can score the highest anyone ever scored. If you have your own style, stick to it; but knowing WHY my way scores highly allows you to integrate that into your own work and reap the harvest from the seeds I sowed.
3. Ok, so should I buy your materials?
I’d like to just say “yes” and leave it at that, but I want to level with you and get across why. If I had have been given this, or if I could even have seen one of my 90+ essays at the start of my preparation, rather than figuring it out at the end, I would have done so much better. Having the confidence to know I was working to something I knew in advance worked would have been worth many thousands to me. These materials will save you time and stress, and allow you to make the most effective GAMSAT strategy possible. The average person sits the GAMSAT 2.8 times. That’s $1500, and more to the point, 18 months of stress. Why not get it over and done with this time, and spend the time you’ve saved on something you love or which matters to you.
That now said, yes. You should.
I’m looking forward to working with you, like I have for hundreds of others – I do this for the love and gratitude, not the money.
Jump on board, and let’s get your Section II sorted.
The first draft of The Philosophy of GAMSAT Section 2 Success was written the morning after my results were posted. Within 24 hours I had received 80 requests for tutoring in my Facebook Messenger inbox and felt bad that I couldn’t service them. So, I got up early and wrote a 14-page distillation of everything I had learned, my approach, the free and paid resources I used and liked most, and the ten psychometric qualities I discovered that ACER are really looking for in an ideal 90+ Section 2 response.
The guide has been subsequently updated with a additional content, bringing it to 43 pages in total. It articulates the ideas, concepts, and approaches behind the 90plus methodology. It is the foundation of the 90plus methodology.
43 pages; 14,000 words.
This book is individually sold for $129.
I found from the feedback surveys I did that most everyone had high praise for the Philosophy of Section II Success, yet in the 90+ Facebook group – where I mentor students free of charge – there arose two distinct groups of students.
Some, from the first read, were able to take their first steps into application and I saw it immediately in their essays which in some cases jumped 10 points almost immediately. Others responded best to different learning styles and got more value from the granular descriptions of “here: write exactly this here, and this is why” type instruction that I often give in my essay analysis. I found myself repeating similar things so I decided to just write out it all out in a new book.
The Philosophy of Section II Success is a context in which the granular descriptions and instructions in How to Kick *ss In Task A (and the Ideal Task B) arise. You will learn every step to create a masterful Task A response.
60 pages; 21,364 words.
This book is individually sold for $199.
Task B is an opportunity to show an entirely different set of skills and intellectual faculties than Task A.
Where Task A prompts address interpersonal issues (capitalism, liberalism etc.), Task B prompts address intrapersonal issues (love, marriage, friendship etc.) A masterful Task B reflective response takes on an entirely different structure in order to facilitate the telegraphing of qualities like humanity, warmth, compassion, empathy, sensitivity, reflectiveness, creativity. It is not essential to write a reflective 'Task B' style essay to Task B.
Many have scored very well with a standard Task A response. But for those who wish to, or who simply want to know what the best looks like, the Ideal Task B will take you through in detail the masterful way to approach Task B.
62 pages; 22, 520 words.
This book is individually sold for $249.
One month to go is your guidebook to managing the last month of the GAMSAT: wherever you’re currently at.
Preparation is important but return to the base principle: GAMSAT is not a test of existing knowledge. GASMAT tests knowledge accumulated over a lifetime: broadly, your intelligence.
GAMSAT is a time-pressured test, and so agility, and therefore relaxation, is an essential skill; you can’t move quickly when you are tense.
This book will help you maximise whatever foundation you’re standing on, no matter how large or small you perceive it to currently be.
This book is individually sold for $99.
My twenty best 85-90+ essays. All written in the weeks prior to my scoring 91 in Section II.
There are ten Task A responses; ten Task B responses. Both sets are written in completely different styles, conceived and refined to allow me to maximally telegraph the ten psychometric qualities discussed in The Philosophy of Section II Success that I believe ACER are testing for in a 90+ Section II response. Indeed, as I have written, Section II is not a writing test – it is a test of where your writing is coming from; a test of YOU!
How do you perceive, think about, relate to, and integrate the world around you? How do you organise this world into larger narratives and themes? How insightful are these ideas? And how do you situate yourself within them, and your ideas with respect to ideas and perspectives that differ from your own?
Find out inside the book.
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After articulating the entire 90plus methodology from start to finish in my other books, and proving that my success was an engineered process, I wanted, next, to prove that it's a replicable process: that other students can use it and get the same result.
Twenty of the Best is a collection of my best writing, but I often found it had the effect of intimidating student. Twenty Ways Other Winner's Did It is a collection of the best writing of my personal students many of whom scored 90+, with my in-depth critique and feedback of their writing accompanying it. Through reading these essays and feedback you will see that the methodology we teach works, as well as other ways students have used it in their own style to achieve phenomenal results in their own unique voices.
The book is expected to be released by early Feb '23. Any purchasers will be automatically sent their copy upon release.
This book is individually sold for $199.
For those applying to medical school via portfolio based universities, this guide by Naushad Ilahee, portfolio tutor of 15 years and co-founder of Fraser's GAMSAT, will teach you how to present yourself in the way that will appeal most to the universities.
This book is individually sold for $99.
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Lifting the curtain on the 10 psychometric qualities ACER are testing. Finally, find out what’s stopping you from taking your GAMSAT score from 60 to 90 in no time. Learn how I went on to teach multiple students to get over 90.
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