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You are invited to join fellow aspiring medical students at MedView’s Ask Us Anything webinar. At this unique event, we interview a panel of successful FYHS students from 2020 about their FYHS experiences, effective study techniques and tips and tricks to succeed just in time for Semester One beginning. This webinar will help you better understand what's ahead as a FYHS student - You will get to ask all your questions and queries about FYHS, paper selection and balancing study and social life.
Designed for students starting FYHS in 2021, this is a unique opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what lies ahead, speak with current medical students from Auckland or Otago who have successfully completed FYHS, and put yourself on a path to a successful year.
MedView can help you on your way through FYHS by offering workshops, courses, guidance, tips and tricks to support in all aspects of your journey to medical school, unparalleled to what our competitors offer. MedView specialises in supporting students successfully gaining admission into medical school.
MedView is the leading medical school preparation organisation across Australia and New Zealand, with a proven record of success. We specialise in preparing students for entrance to medical schools across Australasia.
Callum Chalmers graduated from the University of Auckland with a Masters in Biomedical Science in 2018. Graduating top of his class with 9 first in course awards, he knows what it takes to be successful at university. He has been working at MedView for two years as an Education Coordinator and h...
Lucy is a current Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery student at Otago Medical School. Lucy completed First Year Health Science with an A+ average GPA. She is a current tutor for MedView’s First Year Health Science courses and workshops.
MedView is the leading medical school preparation organisation across Australia and New Zealand, with a proven record of success.
We specialise in preparing students for entrance to medical schools across Australasia.
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