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At MedStart, we set the Standard of Excellence in UMAT Preparation.

"I chose MedStart because of the teaching; it was very personal, interactive and best of all you could get any question answered."

Jessica Xiong

A Truly Personalised Learning Experience

Every student is different. So to succeed in UMAT, you need focused and personalised learning. Whilst other UMAT Preparation Courses are taught in large group seminars, we offer Personalised Teaching in small classes. With an average of 8 students in a class, we will address your individual needs and help you ace the UMAT.

Timely and Responsive Follow-up Support

You will receive personalised and results-focused follow up support from our team of highly experienced UMAT Teachers and Tutors. We know how important the UMAT is to you, so we are with you every step of the way.

"With 1,000s of the best UMAT Questions (and counting!) MedStart will help you master your UMAT."

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The Best Questions with Video Solutions

Not only do we have the best questions to help you ace your UMAT but we also have Video Solutions. We are the only UMAT Preparation Centre in the World that has Video Solutions! For the first time (ever!), you can see exactly how to solve any question.

It is just like having your own personal UMAT tutor explaining every question for you!

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MedStart Comprehensive Section Bibles™ systematically review every question type in each section and shows you how to apply effective frameworks to solve UMAT questions quickly and accurately. Unlike other UMAT Section Guides which are too general, our Section Bibles will teach you to think, not memorise.

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QUESTIONS?

  • How does MedStart prepare students for UMAT?

    MedStart is a UMAT Preparation College that is committed to ensuring you have the best possible opportunity of acing your UMAT, and ultimately entering Medicine or Health Profession of your choice.

    Our unique learning system helps you master the UMAT program with -

    1. Personal and Comprehensive Teaching in small groups. Our classes are taught in small groups (average 8 students). Small groups also allow our UMAT Teachers to get to know you and to respond to your individual learning style. Our courses systematically breakdown each section of the UMAT, identifying the typical question types, and giving you strategies to tackle them.

    2. Excellent Question Quality and Academic Standards. We have 1000s of the best questions in a variety of formats that will help you prepare for your UMAT. Our Advanced Online System lets you learn at your own pace. Our practice drills allow you to train for the specific demands of each section and question type, whilst our set of 10 practice exams allows you to condition yourself to the style, structure and difficulty of the "real thing".

    3. Exceptional Follow-up Support. We know how important the UMAT is to you, so we are with you every step of the way. On top of our Online Tutor support, we provide weekly tutorials for a period of up to 10 weeks after your classes, so that you can tackle the difficult questions, overcome conceptual roadblocks, and refine your exam strategy.

  • What should I look for in a UMAT Course?

    In deciding which course to go to, you need to be mindful of three main concerns.

    1. Quality of Teaching

    In selecting a UMAT Course, you should be confident of the quality of the course Teachers, and the way in which they deliver their courses. At MedStart, we believe in our UMAT Teachers, our methods, and our learning format.

    Our UMAT Teachers have extensive experience with the UMAT program, and are effective and approachable communicators.

    Through meticulous research, we have also developed a systemic and methodical approach to the UMAT that shows students how to deconstruct the typical questions in each section with simple and easy-to-apply frameworks. This helps students to breakdown and solve a question quickly and accurately – an essential process in succeeding in the UMAT.

    Most importantly, our classes are taught in a small-group format. This ensures that our teaching is responsive, personalised and effective. Teaching in small groups ensures that your are given adequate attention and that our teaching can be customised to your needs. In contrast, many courses are taught in large group lecture with 80+ people. Whilst these courses may be good in "rallying" pump-up motivation, they are less effective in training the specific skills you need to master the UMAT, and catering for your individual needs.

    2. Quality of Questions

    It is important that the course you select has a comprehensive selection of questions with the right level of difficulty. Doing practice questions is the best way to develop proficiency in the UMAT, allowing you to apply, practice and master the frameworks you have learnt in class.

    You should be careful that the course you select has questions designed specifically for the UMAT. There are many forms of psychometric testing, including exams such as GAMSAT, GMAT, LSAT, and whilst these may offer limited helping in training general technique, to score the best UMAT marks you need specific and focused practice. That's why we've made sure that all our questions are completely in line with the style, format and difficult of the ACER UMAT examinations.

    Secondly, practice questions should be reflective of the standards of difficulty in the UMAT. Some courses offer questions that are excessively difficult in an attempt to 'showcase' the quality of their course. However it is better to train with UMAT questions that are of equal or slightly harder difficulty than the ACER UMAT exam. At MedStart, we rigorously calibrate our course so questions are reflective of the standards demanded in the UMAT.

    3. Quality of Follow-up Support

    Finally, you need to be aware of the follow-up support you will receive as part of your UMAT Course. As you practice for the UMAT, you will invariably encounter roadblocks in understanding or applying techniques to solve questions. Whilst we provide full worked solutions and email support to our questions, we understand that you may need more personalised feedback to help you overcome any difficulties quickly.

    That's why we offer personalised follow-up support every week to our students through our UMAT Care program. Each week, you may book in for up to an hour a week, and you will receive help in a group of no more than three students.

  • Why is face-to-face learning better than seminar learning?

    Seminar learning is severely limited because of its size. When you have 80 people crammed into a lecture hall, it is impossible to tailor the course for you. By its very nature, it caters for the general UMAT student, without offering anything specific to your level or learning style.

    To be fair, the seminars are usually effective in "pump-up motivation", as you will meet many like-minded people eager to enter Medicine or the Health Sciences. However, if you are short on time, and looking for results, small group UMAT Preparation is much more effective since our UMAT Teachers can explain concepts on a more personal level, tailor instruction to meet your needs, and respond to your learning style.

  • Why does MedStart offer TWO Mock Exams?

    MedStart, in it's commitment to setting the standard of excellence for UMAT Preparation, is the only UMAT Preparation Centre that includes 2 Mock Exam and Reviews as part of their Comprehensive and UMAT Care packages.

    We hold the first Mock Exam straight after the course to uncover weaknesses and consolidate the frameworks learnt in class. The second Mock Exam is held in the week before your UMAT, to ensure maximum preparation for the real thing.

  • I am in Year 10 or Year 11. Can I start preparing for the UMAT now and why should I start preparing so early?

    Definitely.

    Preparing for UMAT in Year 11 is an excellent idea, because it will free up your time in Year 12 to study for your school leaving exams. Moreover, since UMAT is a skills-based exam, you are not likely to forget the techniques even after a year is passed.

    Entry for most health science courses in University require three main criteria for admission (ATARs, UMAT Scores and Interviews). In your final year, you will be under a lot of time pressure preparing for up to five subjects at school and the UMAT. Furthermore, the UMAT is usually just before your school Trial Exams (that usually count for 40% of your Assessment Mark), which makes this situation even worse. Many students end up facing a trade-off between preparing for the UMAT and preparing for their school-leaving exams. Failure to achieve high marks in either can cost you your place in the Medicine.

    Hence, preparing for UMAT early is not only possible, it is extremely beneficial.

  • I am not in Year 12, but I would like to prepare for UMAT early. Will I get access to MedStart's Online Learning System until my UMAT?

    At MedStart, we encourage students to start preparing for their UMAT early (because it will free up your time in Year 12 to study for your school leaving exams. Also, since UMAT is a skills-based exam, you aren't likely to forget the techniques even after a year is passed).

    If you are in Year 10 or 11 and you enrol into our UMAT Comprehensive or UMAT Care Courses, we will give you an EXTRA years access to our MedStart Online Learning System. Free of charge!

  • I would like to score my absolute highest UMAT percentile and get into Medicine. How do I join your courses?

    If you would like to join our personalised and results-focused UMAT Preparation Courses, simply enrol here.

    Or you can call us on 1300 99 UMAT (1300 998 628) and let our Student Services Team know which course you wish to join.

  • What is UMAT, and how is it structured?

    UMAT stands for the Undergraduate Medical Admissions Test. As its name suggests, it is used as an essential selection criteria for students looking to enter Medicine and the Health Sciences degrees. Without a high UMAT score, you will not be able to enter these courses.

    The UMAT is a set of three aptitude exams, set in multiple-choice format, that tests three specific types of thinking:

    Section 1: Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving. This section tests your ability to analyse information, evaluate relevant facts, generate and test plausible hypothesis and draw logical conclusions. There are wide variety of question forms. Problem Solving Questions ask students to solve a logic game or "puzzle", given certain conditions or clues, whilst logical reasoning asks students to draw conclusions and evaluate arguments based on stimuli material of a general scientific nature. The stimulus can include passages, data interpretation (charts and tables), and scientific experiment. This section tests your ability to reason based on specific information.

    Section 2: Understanding People. This section tests your understanding of people and their emotional intelligence - or "E.Q". Typically, a passage is given, which represents a specific interpersonal situation, a dialogue between doctor and patient, or reflection of a person who is dealing with illness. The student is asked a series of questions that require him/her to identify, understand and infer the thoughts, feelings, or behaviours of the people in the situation. It tests your emotional sensitivity - a skill deemed necessary for all health professionals.

    Section 3: Non-Verbal Reasoning. This section tests your abstract reasoning through a series of non-verbal diagrams. Students will be asked to visually identify sequences and patterns, and it is designed to test your ability to draw conclusions in non-verbal contexts - an indicator of on-the-spot or "fluid intelligence"

    The timing of the test is 2 hours and 45 minutes, and the suggested time for each section is as follows:


     
    Number of Questions
    Time in Minutes
    Section 1: Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving
    48
    70
    Section 2: Understanding People
    44
    55
    Section 3: Non-Verbal Reasoning
    42
    55
  • Who needs to sit the UMAT?

    If you are looking to study Undergraduate Medicine or other Health Science courses will need to sit the UMAT. These courses include -

    + Medicine
    + Dentistry
    + Optometry
    + Pharmacy
    + Physiotherapy (in most Australian Universities)

    The UMAT is held annually in July.

  • How does UMAT differ from other school leaving exams such as the HSC and VCE?

    The main difference between UMAT and other school leaving exams is that UMAT is a skills-based exam whilst your school leaving exams (Mathematics, English, Sciences etc) are primarily knowledge based exams.

    Knowledge based exams test your memory and reasoning skills. For example, in Mathematics and Science, you will need to recall formula in order to apply it correctly. In English, you may need to be familiar with texts, and memorise quotes in order to write a convincing essay. In such exams, memorisation plays an essential part in scoring top marks.

    In contrast, UMAT is an aptitude exam that tests particular types of thinking (logical reasoning, empathy and abstract reasoning) rather than your memory and in theory, you are supposed to be able to sit UMAT without any previous knowledge.

    Another major difference between school leaving exams and UMAT is that time management is a critical factor for success in UMAT. Most school leaving exams are designed so you can always complete the exam. However, UMAT is specifically designed so that most students will not be able to complete the exam. Doing questions quickly is a source of competitive advantage in the UMAT.

    Knowing how to do UMAT questions is very different to knowing how to do them quickly.

  • Why is the UMAT necessary?

    According to ACER, the UMAT has been deemed necessary because there are "far more academically qualified applicants than there are places in such courses". Simply put, the demand of students looking to study Medicine and the Health Sciences is greater than the supply of places offered by the Universities.

    In the past, selection was based purely on academic criteria. This led to a situation, where for better or worse, students had to score the top 1% in order to get into courses such as Medicine. In fact, in NSW, students needed an equivalent ATAR of 99.75 for admission, regardless of whether students possessed the other characteristics needed to become good health practitioners.

    According to ACER, the UMAT test is necessary because

    1. There is no correlation between the level of prior academic achievement and success in health professional courses or practice. Implicitly, this suggests that selection on academic criteria alone may be of limited use in predicting who will make the best health professionals.

    2. Selection based purely on academic criteria may discriminate against particular groups. Since the previous ATAR (UAI) cutoffs for Medicine were high, it tended to groups of people (such as certain schools) that consistently achieved high school leaving marks. Conversely, students who were not afforded the same opportunity, but could make good doctors, would be unfairly discriminated against.

    3. Graduating health practitioners should have a demonstrated ability to communicate with and relate to their patients, in addition to having the necessary technical expertise. This is the foremost reason put forward by ACER and suggests that it is in the community's interest to have health practitioners with effective communications skills. This is specifically assessed in Section 2 (Understanding People) in the UMAT, and in University Interviews.

    Hence, the UMAT and Interview in theory, helps Universities select students on a multi-dimensional level to avoid biases that may arise if selection were based solely on academic merit.

  • Is it possible to train for the UMAT?

    Absolutely.

    The most common misconception of UMAT is that since it is a skills-based test, it is impossible to prepare for it. Whilst preparing for a skills-based exam is different to preparing for a knowledge-based exam, having a structured, and methodical approach to learning will give you the best chance of acing the UMAT.

    This is because you will be familiar with:

    1. Typical question types, so you can identify them quickly and apply frameworks to solving them.

    2. The time pressure of the UMAT, so you won't score sub-optimally due to time mismanagement (spending too long on one question)

    As with most professional athletes, practice alone can not guarantee success, but peak fitness and strong technique will give you the best possible opportunity for success on "game day". Likewise for the UMAT, although you may not know what questions they will ask you, if you study the right frameworks and understand how to time yourself, you will have the best chance of acing the UMAT.

  • Can I sit the UMAT in Year 10 or 11?

    The UMAT can only be taken by final year students, or students enrolled in Undergraduate Degrees. Therefore, it is not possible to sit the UMAT in Year 11. However, you can certainly prepare for it early!

  • Can I start preparing in Year 10 or 11?

    Definitely.

    Preparing for UMAT in Year 11 is an excellent idea, because it will free up your time in Year 12 to study for your school leaving exams. Moreover, since UMAT is a skills-based exam, you are not likely to forget the techniques even after a year is passed.

    Entry for most health science courses in University require three main criteria for admission (ATARs, UMAT Scores and Interviews). In your final year, you will be under a lot of time pressure preparing for up to five subjects at school and the UMAT. Furthermore, the UMAT is usually just before your school Trial Exams (that usually count for 40% of your Assessment Mark), which makes this situation even worse. Many students end up facing a trade-off between preparing for the UMAT and preparing for their school-leaving exams. Failure to achieve high marks in either can cost you your place in the Medicine.

    Hence, preparing for UMAT early is not only possible, it is extremely beneficial.

  • Can I sit the UMAT more than once?

    Yes. If you were not successful the first time you sat the UMAT, you may sit the UMAT again.

    Your UMAT scores are valid for two years. In deciding whether to sit UMAT again, you should note that if you are studying at University when you sit UMAT for the second time, most Universities that you apply to will also consider your academic performance at University.

  • Which Universities require Interviews?

    To find out the specific entry requirements for the course you are interested in, please contact the University directly.

    University
    Course
    Website
    Bond University Medicine www.bond.edu.au/hsm/medicine
    Charles Darwin University Clinical Sciences www.cdu.edu.au
    Flinders University Clinical sciences/BMBS, Vision Sciences, Health Sciences/Physiotherapy, Health Sciences/Occupational Therapy www.flinders.edu.au/medicine
    La Trobe University Health Sciences (Dentistry), Oral Health Science www.latrobe.edu.au/oral-health
    Monash University Medicine, Pharmacy, Pharmacy/Commerce, Physiotherapy www.med.monash.edu.au
    www.vcp.monash.edu.au
    The University of Adelaide Medicine, Dental Surgery www.health.adelaide.edu.au
    The University of Auckland Medicine www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz
    The University of Newcastle/University of New England Joint Medical Program www.newcastle.edu.au/jmp
    The University of New South Wales Medicine, Optometry www.med.unsw.edu.au
    www.optom.unsw.edu.au
    The University of Queensland Medicine, Dental Science www.som.uq.edu.au
    University of Otago Medicine, Medical Laboratory Science, Dental Surgery, Physiotherapy www.otago.ac.nz/HealthSciences
    The University of Western Australia Medicine, Dental Science www.meddent.uwa.edu.au/admissions
    University of Tasmania Medicine www.healthsci.utas.edu.au
    University of Western Sydney Medicine www.uws.edu.au/medicine/som
  • Do I need to train for my Interview?

    Definitely.

    Interviews are a crucial aspect of the selection process for Medicine and other Health Science Courses and are weighted at more than 50% of the total selection criteria in some Universities.

    In the same way that you would not go into a job interview unprepared, you should not go into a Medical Interview unprepared. Knowledge of the types of questions you will be asked, coaching on your interview technique and enhancing your communication skills will dramatically improve your chances of getting into Medicine.

    Don't leave the last hurdle to chance. MedStart's Interview Blitz Program gives you personalised, custom-made Interview Training to ensure that you get into Medicine.

  • How does MedStart prepare students for their Interviews?

    If you are looking to blitz the Interview and get into Medicine, MedStart provides small group Interview Training that is highly personalised.

    1. Personalised UMAT Interview Training

    Rather than showing you the standard, memorised answers that most students present, our Interview Program provides you with insight into the motivations for the interview questions, and how to present sophisticated and unique responses that draw on your own individual experiences.

    The UMAT Interview Training Program is taught by our Head UMAT Teacher, and will also focus on helping you develop effective communication skills, and how to handle unexpected questions successfully.

    2. One-on-One Mock Interview

    Our one-on-one UMAT Interview Training provides a real-life simulation of what it is like to be in an interview. The 1-on-1 Mock Interview gives you the invaluable opportunity to integrate the techniques you have learnt, in a real-life interview environment.

    You will receive critical analysis and feedback on your interview manner, content of your response, and overall impression, so you can present at your best in the real interview.

    MedStart also provides an Application Review Service, Interview Bibles and University Admission Bibles to get you into Medicine.

  • I would like to blitz my Interview and get into Medicine. How do I enrol in your Interview Training Course?

    If you would like to enrol in our personalised and results-focused Interview Training Courses, simply enrol here.

    Or you can call us on 1300 99 UMAT (1300 998 628) and let our Student Services Team know which course you wish to join.

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