About this event
You are invited to join fellow aspiring medical students at MedView’s free information session about the journey to becoming a doctor. We can help you on your way to medical school, by offering insights, guidance, tips and tricks to support you on your endeavour to medical school.
MedView specialises in supporting prospective medical students in applying to their dream schools. Join us at this event to learn more about a future in medicine.
Delivered by current medical students, the presentation will include:
Daniel is currently a medical student. As well as placing in the top 10% in his MD cohort, Daniel scored in the 99.9th percentile on the Graduate Australian Medical Schools Admissions Test (GAMSAT). Outside of clinical medicine, Daniel researches the role of monoclonal antibody cancer therapy in the onset of heart failure within the University of Queensland Faculty of Medicine, and volunteers with United Nations Youth Australia to get high school students engaged in geopolitics and international relations. Daniel is currently co-authoring a meta-analysis of the role of oxygen therapy in different causes of acute respiratory distress, and hopes to begin pursuing his Ph.D next year. Daniel also designs our core GAMSAT and MMI curricula, which so far have improved students’ success rates up to 4.5x versus the average applicant.
This is an event for the whole family, and we recommend both students and parents attend online.
To learn more about how MedView can help on your journey to medical school, book a free consultation with an Academic Advisor today!
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.
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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