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Section I is called “Reasoning in Humanities and Social Sciences”.
You are provided with 100 minutes to answer 62 questions (i.e., the new digital GAMSAT timing; before 2020, candidates had 100 minutes for 75 questions).
This section consists of a number of “Units” where each Unit presents stimulus material and a number of multiple-choice questions (4 options per question).
The stimulus material in Section I can be anything from a poem, a cartoon, an extract from a play, novel, song, instructional manual or magazine. Anything that involves words or symbols and thinking is fair game. There is no specific-presumed knowledge required to answer any of the questions.
Reasoning, analysis, timing and pacing are all key components to success.