Med Prep School has opened enrolments for its Medicine Entry program for students in Years 9-11.
These programs help students aiming to gain admission into prestigious Medical Schools across Australia.
Getting into Medicine in Australia is a difficult process that involves excelling in school subjects (i.e. the ATAR score), an aptitude test (i.e. the UCAT exam) and standing out in Medical Interviews.
Whilst there has always been support available for each individual step of the process, never before has there one place where students and parents can go to receive complete guidance and support from the start of their preparation, right until they get accepted into Medicine.
Med Prep School was founded to guide students throughout the entire medical admissions process from A-Z by helping them to excel in each and every stage, from the UCAT, to ATAR and Interviews. This means that success is measured by the number of students that gain admission into Medicine each year, rather than individual results on tests and assessments.
Med Prep School has begun taking enrolments from students in Years 9, 10 and 11 that want to commence preparation immediately for admission into Medicine.