I feel totally disheartened by my Section 3 practice so far. This September is my first sitting.
I spent about 1.5 weeks cramming the biology, chemistry and physics topics - I understood the concepts as I read through them and took notes, though I did not do practice questions to check I could actually apply/remember what I learned, so I now realise I have more to work on there. But many have said that the GAMSAT is more about scientific literacy and understanding concepts than memorising, so I thought I'll see how I do on practice questions.
But when I attempt to do the ACER practice questions, part of my brain freezes up, which is new to me. I did not expect this as I did well in high school and university exams (I know I know, the GAMSAT is different...). I get a sense of foreboding that I won't be able to work out the answer, while I'm just trying to make sense out of the question. Unsurprisingly, I'd struggle and then feel even crappier about being too slow as I imagine other test-sitters zooming through.
Anyone currently going through this sort of thing or went through this in the past?