Are you currently studying in years 10, 11 or 12?
Are you considering a career in medicine OR dentistry?
If you have answered yes, then you may need to sit a compulsory entry exam known as UCAT (Undergraduate Clinical and Aptitude Test) before you can apply for certain universities!
The National Institute of Education (NIE) in partnership with the Sutherland District Career Advisors Network is proud to present the free information seminar all about UCAT and the undergraduate pathways into medicine and some other health science programs.
During this session, we will be covering the following topics:
The undergraduate Selection Criteria
What is UCAT? Details and structure of the UCAT.
When and who can sit the UCAT
Preparation methods and avenues for the UCAT
Other selection criteria information including the interview process
This forum is an excellent opportunity for students as well as their parents to find out about the UCAT and to have their questions answered by experts who have been working in the undergraduate admission field since 1999.
Students in Years 10, 11 and 12 as well as gap year or postgraduate students interested in medicine or dentistry will need to sit the compulsory UCAT (examination) when applying for one of the above undergraduate career choices. NIE conducts UCAT preparation workshops in all major cities across Australia. More details about these workshops can be found on www.nie.edu.au