“To enable every student to achieve and exceed their potential”

Worried about standing out from other candidates?
Having difficulty with crafting perfect anecdotes to sell yourself?
Unsure of the optimal approach to address ethical scenarios?
Need to polish your interpersonal and communication skills?
               Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

About Us

93% Success Rate for 2019!

97% of Students Return for a Second Lesson

MedAces was founded in 2014 to help medical students achieve their dream of becoming doctors. The stakes are now higher than ever with medical schools weighing the interview up to 50% of the application. We created an evidence based strategy and program to help students ace the medical interview with the input of medical specialists, past medical school interviewers and the top medical students across Australia. The interview can be a daunting experience and it can be hard to find a tutor who can give current, relevant and high quality advice that makes you stand out from the crowd.

We have tutored students for every single medical school across Australia and New Zealand over the last 6 years. We continue to strive to have the highest success rates for medical school entry in the Southern Hemisphere.

 

Our Commitment

Unfortunately, the medical interview is an imperfect system of screening for great future doctors. An hour of providing personal anecdotes and solving artifical problems is an extremely unreliable method to determine future success. It’s crazy that complete strangers within minutes, will judge whether you have what it takes to be a doctor! Some of our tutors who have been interviewers for medical schools have seen many amazing individuals with incredible interpersonal and empathy skills fail the interview due to poor interview technique.

At MedAces, we provide you with

  • the ability to structure responses that are logical, organised and understandable
  • the ability to sell yourself without sounding arrogant
  • the ability to tell a story that stands out and captivates examiners
  • worksheets and homework booklets with real MMI questions
  • medical school student tutors who are the top 1% of their cohort
  • timed practice sessions that help you verbalise your internalised response
  • rapport building techniques
  • cognitive training techniques to remain calm and focussed
  • access to our community of MedAces alumni

 

 

 

 

Unique Approach

MedAces, with the input of past examiners and specialists have designed worksheets specific for the universities you are preparing for. Due to our individualised sessions, we are able to focus on your specific problem areas and deliver methodical solutions to improve your marks, taking the guesswork out of interviews.

We have a 3 step approach to helping you ace the interview.

Theory
Our medical interview theory preparation takes you through all of the interview questions and all of the background information you should know for your university. We teach you structured frameworks and models to systematically approach all types of questions relevant for your university such as personal, ethical decision making, public health, decision making, role playing, detechnilisation, video/picture/quote analysis and practical problem solving.

Application
Each session, you’ll answer real medical school interview questions to practice communication, idea generation and theoretical frameworks. Afterwards, you’ll be given feedback and key takeway problems to work on.

Simulation
After drilling and training with past questions, you’ll be offered the chance to have simulated medical interviews. Our mock interviews will have the same stations, scenarios and format as the medical school you are interviewing for.

Head Tutors

Jonathan

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

Nagtha is a final year medical student at the University of Melbourne, based at St Vincent’s hospital, one of the most academically competitive and selective training hospitals in Victoria. She is a dedicated and professional interview coach with nearly a 100% success rate for graduate medical school entry. Her interpersonal, communication and analytical skills resulted in her award of the psychiatry prize for the highest marks in psychiatry in her year out of over 400 medical students. She regularly undertakes research and speaking commitments at some of the best research institutes worldwide and also mentors medical students.

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

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.

Happy Students

My previous degrees was in arts so I found it quite tough trying to break into medicine from a non traditional background. The expertise of the tutors put me at complete ease as they were able to help craft anecdotes which boosted my confidence. For the few months I had between the GAMSAT and the interviews, I had a program designed to help nail all the types of questions that would be thrown at me. I also found the mock interviews run a few weeks before the actual interview to be extremely insightful as it closely resembled the real medical school interviews on the day. 

Lauren W. attended 2019, accepted into Australian National University 

I attended the training program last year and the techniques that I learned really boosted my confidence and helped me get into medicine! I had failed my interviews for undergraduate medical entry even with really high scores so I was really nervous coming into my medical school interview this second time round. The tutors at MedAces really knew their stuff and went above and beyond to make sure I was able to maximise my marks on every station. I can’t thank you guys enough!

Winston R. attended 2019, accepted into the University of Melbourne, University of Sydney 

Book Now

To book a session or send any enquiries, please fill in the form below. To make the process as smooth as possible, please state your schedule availabilities and the universities you are preparing to interview at.

If you would like a free consult with one of our senior tutors about our program, please provide your phone number and suitable times for one of our tutors to call you. Our tutors will aim to get back to you within 1-2 working days.