Jonathan is a final year medical student at the University of Melbourne. He obtained an ATAR of 99.9 and was the dux of both his high school and college. In the last 3 years, he has coached over 300 students for medical interviews at every single medical school across Australia with extremely high success rates.
In his spare time, Jonathan enjoys building up a research portfolio in oncology. He has a strong research background from working in labs across the world including Harvard University, Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia, Stem Cells Australia and Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Nagtha is a final year medical student at the University of Melbourne, based at St Vincent’s hospital. She attributes her entry to medical school with having fantastic interview results with the MedAces training program. She regularly undertakes research and speaking commitments at some of the best research institutes worldwide and enjoys tutoring medical students in lower year levels.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading the Economist, going for bike rides along Melbourne’s beautiful beaches and pursuing her passion in psychiatry.
Aadarsh is not only a medical student but an extremely experienced tutor from teaching students from high school all the way to post graduate researchers. He is exceptionally skilled in breaking down complex terms into easy to understand take away messages. His communication skills coupled with his extremely strong analytical and reasoning ability have allowed him to succeed academically and in many distinguished leadership positions.
While not tutoring or studying, Aadarsh enjoys spending his time playing cricket, cycling along Sydney’s beautiful coastline and trying out new restuarants. He is hoping to go into surgery and is regularly invited to present his research at national conferences.