Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Perth Free UCAT workshop (afternoon stream)

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2QYVIZq

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Perth Free UCAT Workshop (morning stream)

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2QYVIZq

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
4
1:30 PM13:30

Adelaide Free UCAT Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2xzcgPG

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
4
10:00 AM10:00

Adelaide Free Interview Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2LaIFQH

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview


iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
3
1:30 PM13:30

Sydney Free UCAT Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2O8VobX

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
3
10:00 AM10:00

Sydney Free Interview Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2LaRUAk

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview


iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
2
1:30 PM13:30

West Sydney Free UCAT Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2DrBBjP

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
2
10:00 AM10:00

West Sydney Free Interview Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2N4ktBa

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview


iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
1
4:00 PM16:00

Melbourne Free Interview Workshop (REPEAT)

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2NAsDEW

NOTE: This is a repeat workshop - if you have already registered to the workshop on the 30/9, DO NOT register for this workshop. You will be made ineligible to attend either workshop. 

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview


iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Oct
1
1:00 PM13:00

Melbourne Free UCAT Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2Q50jbp

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:
- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
30
1:00 PM13:00

Melbourne Free Interview Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2Na1d52

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview


iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
27
1:30 PM13:30

Brisbane Free UCAT Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2MjCYoS

With UMAT suddenly replaced by UCAT, we can imagine everyone is stressing out about the unknown. The good news is that you don't need to stress anymore. iCanMed has anticipated the change and has already completely dissected the UKCAT (the UK version of UCAT) and is taking 2.5 hours to run through all the key things you need to know about this upcoming test!

We will be:

- Explaining what the UCAT is (the differences and similarities with UMAT)
- Going through how scoring works and what's required to achieve 90th percentile or more
- How universities will be using UCAT now as a selection tool
- Section by section dissection of what each of the five sections involves
- LIVE demonstration of how a sample UCAT question can be solved
- Preparation strategies for the summer holidays

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UCAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UCAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
27
10:00 AM10:00

Brisbane Free Interview Workshop

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/2nUmPHZ

Besides the ATAR/OP and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

- How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded
- Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences
Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews (including ethical questions)
- Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews
- Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time
- The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
23
1:30 PM13:30

Perth Free UMAT Workshop

  • State Library of Western Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

No student prefers to spend more time studying a subject for a minute longer than they need to. After all, the requirements of school, extra-curricular commitments, after-school tutoring is demanding enough as it is. In this 2.5 hr workshop, iCanMed will be sharing with you THE BEST strategies to plan, organise and implement your master plan to conquer UMAT BEFORE Term 1 2019. The benefits are incredible: less stress, significantly better UMAT results & more time for year 12 studies. Attend the workshop to learn how!

iCanMed will be covering:

  • UMAT section 1, 2 and 3 question type overview

  • In’s and out’s of UMAT prep - best methods, mediocre methods and downright ineffective methods

  • Personalised UMAT diagnostic test - sit it to find out your strengths and weaknesses

  • Four-month Ultimate UMAT Planner - construct a week-by-week prep plan that fixes your weaknesses, enhances your strengths and identifies issues in your ability to answer UMAT questions correctly, every time.

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for UMAT preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the UMAT and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

Perth Free Interview Workshop

  • State Library of Western Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Besides the ATAR and UMAT, the interview is the last remaining assessment medical schools use to select the best candidates each year. However, it’s despite its overwhelming importance (most interviews are 20 mins to 90 mins long but worth as much or more than the UMAT), many med school candidates tend to overlook the complexity of the interview and arrive on the day blatantly unprepared. Since interviews are held as early as around the early 20th of Nov (yes, anywhere between a few days to 10 days after your final exams), the term 3 holidays become a critical time to start preparing.

iCanMed will be covering:

  • How interviews are conducted, what interviewers look for in each response & how marks are awarded

  • Latest trends and tendencies for interviewer preferences

  • Introducing and dissecting the challenges that come with each of the SEVEN question types asked in the 2018 medical school interviews

  • Common mistakes and misconceptions students have about interviews

  • Discussing actual interview questions and the best ways to plan, organise and deliver answers that score big time

  • The steps you need to undertake for the best interview preparation from the free workshop until your interview

iCanMed is all about making sure that all students receive the best advice, recommendations and strategies for interview preparation. With over 600 past students currently studying medicine across medical schools in NZ and Australia, a team of assessment writers, educators and former medical school selectors, learning about the interview and gaining acceptance has never been this straightforward.

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Sep
2
1:30 PM13:30

Adelaide Free UMAT Workshop (REPEAT)

Since the time of its inception, the UMAT exam has undertaken yearly changes in the type of questions asked in the exam. This ongoing trend was no different in the UMAT 2018 exam conducted on the 25th of July this year. This free workshop will cover the exact changes in format and question style that made this year's UMAT a particularly challenging exam. In addition, the workshop will include several key preparation recommendations for any student looking to sit UMAT 2019 to gain the advantage compared over all other candidates that had worked so well for iCanMed students in the past year.

We will cover:

  • What is UMAT and how do UMAT questions assess candidates

  • Examples of question types found in the UMAT 2018 exam and how that made the test more difficult than before

  • Live demonstrations of the techniques used to solve these questions

  • How top med schools (e.g. Adelaide, UNSW, Monash etc.) selects medical schools candidates

  • What each criterion assesses & what is it like to sit the assessments and prepare for them

  • Gameplan for UMAT, interview and SACE prep before term 1 2019

  • Provide an overview of how iCanMed's UMAT Pro Course addresses every one of these selection criteria

So if you are serious about getting into medicine in the next year or two, be sure to attend this workshop for a 2.5-hour breakdown of exactly what you need to do to achieve your dream goal. iCanMed has successfully assisted almost 600 into medicine courses and uses exclusive insights, strategies and teaching methodologies made by professional educators, UMAT assessment writers and interviewers from the medical selection process. Attend the workshop to learn what medical entrance is all about and gain an unfair advantage before anyone else.

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Sep
2
10:00 AM10:00

Adelaide Free UMAT Workshop

Since the time of its inception, the UMAT exam has undertaken yearly changes in the type of questions asked in the exam. This ongoing trend was no different in the UMAT 2018 exam conducted on the 25th of July this year. This free workshop will cover the exact changes in format and question style that made this year's UMAT a particularly challenging exam. In addition, the workshop will include several key preparation recommendations for any student looking to sit UMAT 2019 to gain the advantage compared over all other candidates that had worked so well for iCanMed students in the past year.

We will cover:

  • What is UMAT and how do UMAT questions assess candidates

  • Examples of question types found in the UMAT 2018 exam and how that made the test more difficult than before

  • Live demonstrations of the techniques used to solve these questions

  • How top med schools (e.g. Adelaide, UNSW, Monash etc.) selects medical schools candidates

  • What each criterion assesses & what is it like to sit the assessments and prepare for them

  • Gameplan for UMAT, interview and SACE prep before term 1 2019

  • Provide an overview of how iCanMed's UMAT Pro Course addresses every one of these selection criteria

So if you are serious about getting into medicine in the next year or two, be sure to attend this workshop for a 2.5-hour breakdown of exactly what you need to do to achieve your dream goal. iCanMed has successfully assisted almost 600 into medicine courses and uses exclusive insights, strategies and teaching methodologies made by professional educators, UMAT assessment writers and interviewers from the medical selection process. Attend the workshop to learn what medical entrance is all about and gain an unfair advantage before anyone else.

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