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Click here to download your Career Advisors Guide:

Thank you for your interest!

Click here to download your Career Advisors Guide:

Plus, to help you support students and parents, we also have 2 BONUS guides that they can download!

The Student Guide and Parent Guide are 100% free and contain the same content as the Career Advisors Guide, but also include practical exercises and video solutions for students to use during their UCAT preparation. We hope your students and parents will find them useful as they work towards medical and dental entry!

To share a free guide with your students and parents, just send them the link below:

icanmed.com.au/student-parents-guide

Plus, to help you support students and parents, we also have 2 BONUS guides that they can download!

The Student Guide and Parent Guide are 100% free and contain the same content as the Career Advisors Guide, but also include practical exercises and video solutions for students to use during their UCAT preparation. We hope your students and parents will find them useful as they work towards medical and dental entry!

To share a free guide with your students and parents, just send them the link below:

icanmed.com.au/student-parents-guide

Want to book a free medical entry workshop or webinar for your school?

We have been booking in lots of free after-school workshops and webinars for Term 3 and Term 4 for Year 10 and 11 students interested in medicine and dentistry. These 2-hour sessions are designed for Year 10 and 11 students interested in medicine and dentistry (and also Year 12 students, if the workshop/webinar is held in the first half of the year). They focus on the UCAT, but also cover interviews and selection processes for local and interstate med/dent schools.

The workshop/webinar will cover:

  • An introduction to the UCAT, including the question types found in the 2020/21 exam
  • Sit a short mini mock test to gain perspective on the difficulties of the UCAT test
  • Most common mistakes made by students in UCAT 2020/21 and how to avoid them
  • Recommendations for efficient UCAT preparation, including time allocations and study milestones
  • What medical/dental interviewers are looking for in candidates
  • Interview structure and sample questions
  • Entry criteria and cut-off scores for local and interstate medical/dental schools
  • Key dates and application processes

Want to book a free medical entry workshop or webinar for your school?

We have been booking in lots of free after-school workshops and webinars for Term 3 and Term 4 for Year 10 and 11 students interested in medicine and dentistry. These 2-hour sessions are designed for Year 10 and 11 students interested in medicine and dentistry (and also Year 12 students, if the workshop/webinar is held in the first half of the year). They focus on the UCAT, but also cover interviews and selection processes for local and interstate med/dent schools.

The workshop/webinar will cover:

  • An introduction to the UCAT, including the question types found in the 2020/21 exam
  • Sit a short mini mock test to gain perspective on the difficulties of the UCAT test
  • Most common mistakes made by students in UCAT 2020/21 and how to avoid them
  • Recommendations for efficient UCAT preparation, including time allocations and study milestones
  • What medical/dental interviewers are looking for in candidates
  • Interview structure and sample questions
  • Entry criteria and cut-off scores for local and interstate medical/dental schools
  • Key dates and application processes

To book a free workshop or webinar for your school, please fill in the form below!

After you've submitted the form, we'll contact you via email within 72 hours to discuss your requirements and set a date and time.

Some dates in August and September are already booked and spaces for Term 3 are running out, so please get in touch as soon as possible!

Learning about the ins and outs of prep in Term 3 means that students have more time to think and plan (as well as discuss options with careers advisors) so that they can take advantage of the summer break—which is the most important time for students to finish studying the bulk of UCAT (if not all of it) to majorly reduce their pressure levels in Year 12. We find that Year 10 and 11 students tend to also be more aware of the seriousness of the UCAT exam in Term 3, as a lot of the Year 12s are in the process of sitting, or have just sat, the UCAT at that time. Overall, school workshops are generally very well-received by students in Term 3!

For these reasons, we highly recommend that school workshops be held before the summer break (rather than in Term 1 or 2) to allow students the opportunity to complete as much preparation as possible during the summer break. Almost all of the top-achieving students follow this timeline, as these are also the same students who need extra time to be involved in extracurricular activities in Year 12 and achieve a 99.5+ ATAR— leaving UCAT prep until Term 1 of Year 12 can majorly jeopardise their plans as well as their UCAT studies.

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