UMAT Preparation Workshop Schedule 2018 (Year 10, 11 & 12 Students)

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THE STRUCTURE OF THE SIMULATED UMAT DAY

Whether you are in Year 10, 11 or 12, our face-to-face full day UMAT workshop is an excellent chance for you to assess your UMAT knowledge and discover what areas need the most attention. The workshop includes 5 hours of tuition time to cover every section of the UMAT, the various types of questions to be encountered and how to tackle them, and of course Medical Interviews.

After a short lunch break, students will be sitting full strength, 3 hours UMAT mock paper under strict test conditions. Our past students always say that this part of the day is a very similar experience to the one when attempting the real UMAT. So why not put yourself through this experience and identify your strengths and weaknesses before the actual big day.

The Simulated UMAT Day is finalised by scoring the test, answering students’ questions, and providing advice and recommendations. Make sure you take the opportunity to meet and discuss the UMAT with our expert teacher and ask any questions you may have.

Please note, places for this event are strictly limited and registration is required.

Click here  to register online.

Alternatively, browse our website to see what you can gain by truly preparing yourself for one of the biggest days of your life. If you are serious about a career in health and considering structured UMAT preparation, we also highly recommend our PlatinumPremium or DLP UMAT Courses.

NIE UMAT preparation resources include:

UMAT Preparation Textbooks

UMAT Workshops

UMAT Tuition

Medical Interview Preparation

Recent UMAT NIE Blogs:

UMAT 2018 Date and Registration

Why study Medicine? Entry from a current Undergraduate Medicine Student at Monash University.

So Where Do I Start my UMAT Journey…And how much time do I need to get ready for the UMAT?

Balancing UMAT preparation with Year 12 studies. How much time should I spend on UMAT practice?

How do you structure your UMAT Preparation? Can you study and successfully prepare for the UMAT?

UMAT percentile and UMAT scores requirement for medicine and dentistry. What if I don’t get the right mark? ATAR and Year 12 academic achievement.

Preparing for Medical Interviews. The structured panel, semi-structured interviews, and MMI.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions in relation to UMAT preparation or our services.

Best Wishes,   The NIE TEAM

National Institute of Education

1300 974 187    mob. 0404 197 178

mob. 0412 439 115   enquiries@nie.edu.au    www.nie.edu.au

Work Experience Groups and Dates for 2018

 

Warrnambool College – Year 10 Work Experience Dates:

Work Experience Forms are being distributed by the Year 10 Humanities Teachers and need to be returned to your Humanities Teacher by the due date.  These forms will consist of the “Official Departmental Permission Form” and a Form outlining the students Work Experience Preferences (3 Job Preferences are required).

Students can choose to do Work Experience in Warrnambool from the list of positions provided in the Work Experience Booklet – handed out with the forms.

Note:  Work Experience is just that – an “Experience of Work.” It is not meant to be job training.  Many employment positions – especially professions do not allow students to undertake work experience at Year 10 due to the sensitivity of the position or the maturity of Year 10 students.  Many students therefore choose positions that might help them to find a part-time employment position.

Students are also required to complete an on-line, Occupational Health & Safety Program before being allowed to undertake Work Experience.

Students from Year 11 & 12 may undertake Work Experience during normal Holiday breaks. All Work Experience enquiries should be directed to Mr Bollard.

2018 Work Experience Dates are as follows:

Tues 13 to Friday 16 March              

10ENGA5A & 10ENGF2A – Ms Brown’s English Groups

Monday 21 to Friday 25 May

10ENGC2E & 10ENGC5A – Ms Connellan’s English Groups

Monday 28 May to Friday 1 June

10ENGC1C – Ms McKenzie’s English Group

10ENGC6D – Ms Askew’s English Group

Monday 23 to Friday 27 July

10ENGA1B – Ms Crevola’s English Group

10ENGC2B – Ms Vesey’s English Group

Monday 12 to Friday 16 Nov                            

10ENGS2A – Ms Hulin’s English Group