Free Year 10/11 Webinar:
Why Top UCAT Candidates Start Prep Up to Two Years Before the Test

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๐Ÿ—“๏ธย  STREAM 4: Wed 25 May, 2022 (5:30pm AEST)

Ask any student who has been through the process of getting into medicine/dentistry, and the one thing they will single out as being the most difficult part of their journey will be the sheer workload in Year 12, their final year of high school.

Getting into medicine/dentistry not only requires roughly a 99.5+ ATAR (academics in Year 12), but also a top 5โ€“7% score in the UCAT as well as an excellent interview result. And all of these assessments are done in the space of Year 12. To complete preparation for all three of the above to the required standards is close to impossible for those who start in Year 12, unless the student possesses an extraordinary level of time management skills and discipline.

However, even with good organisation and determination, we often find that even the top academic students struggle to compete with those students who have simply gotten onto at least the UCAT at a much earlier stage.

Recent trends show that those students who score in the top 5% are often the ones that start one to two years before their actual test, so that by the time they get to Year 12, they have almost finished their UCAT prep and therefore can focus fully on their ATAR and interviews.

Register for this free UCAT webinar to find out what to do now to put yourself in the best position for success in Year 12!

iCanMed is a team of high-calibre assessment writers, coaches and interviewers, ensuring that the advice we give works at every stage of the UCAT preparation and test-taking process. Over 1,800 students have already chosen to use iCanMed to help them achieve UCAT success on the 2022โ€“23 exam. As the thought leaders in UCAT preparation and teaching, the free workshops we offer are designed to help every candidate gain the necessary insights to achieve their best results and gain entry into their dream course.

Free Year 10/11 Webinar:
Why Top UCAT Candidates Start Prep Up to Two Years Before the Test

๐Ÿ—“๏ธย  STREAM 4: Wed 25 May, 2022 (5:30pm AEST)

Ask any student who has been through the process of getting into medicine/dentistry, and the one thing they will single out as being the most difficult part of their journey will be the sheer workload in Year 12, their final year of high school.

Getting into medicine/dentistry not only requires roughly a 99.5+ ATAR (academics in Year 12), but also a top 5โ€“7% score in the UCAT as well as an excellent interview result. And all of these assessments are done in the space of Year 12. To complete preparation for all three of the above to the required standards is close to impossible for those who start in Year 12, unless the student possesses an extraordinary level of time management skills and discipline.

However, even with good organisation and determination, we often find that even the top academic students struggle to compete with those students who have simply gotten onto at least the UCAT at a much earlier stage.

Recent trends show that those students who score in the top 5% are often the ones that start one to two years before their actual test, so that by the time they get to Year 12, they have almost finished their UCAT prep and therefore can focus fully on their ATAR and interviews.

Register for this free UCAT webinar to find out what to do now to put yourself in the best position for success in Year 12!

iCanMed is a team of high-calibre assessment writers, coaches and interviewers, ensuring that the advice we give works at every stage of the UCAT preparation and test-taking process. Over 1,800 students have already chosen to use iCanMed to help them achieve UCAT success on the 2022โ€“23 exam. As the thought leaders in UCAT preparation and teaching, the free workshops we offer are designed to help every candidate gain the necessary insights to achieve their best results and gain entry into their dream course.

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