Medic Mentor: Get Into Medicine Conference
Aspiring medical students in years 10-12/S3-S5/NI years 11-13 are eligible to attend a FREE LIVE VIRTUAL Get into Medicine Conference on:
– Sunday 17th September 10am – 3pm
– Sunday 24th September 10am – 3pm
– Saturday 30th September 10am – 3pm
Once students have attended, they will be awarded with a certificate from the Presidents at Medic Mentor to acknowledge that they are a student who has gone one step further than others.
Students can register using this link: https://airtable.com/appgXnyzN5ZD9Iwk6/shry7MZYtt3MGPjvO
Please note that all students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian for safeguarding purposes.
The Get into Medicine Conference is a comprehensive guide to the medical application process. Dr Dion and I will cover:
– Application Timelines
– How to Tactically Choose Medical Schools
– CV Building
– Personal Statements
– Interview Schools
– Medical Leadership and Awards Programmes
– Accessing Work Experience
– UCAT – Entrance Exams to Medical School
– Accessing Scholarships
We strongly encourage all students to make the most out of this free opportunity.
Spaces are competitive and limited, so students should register as soon as they can using the link below. For this reason, we kindly request that students only book one conference.
Here’s how the day will run:
10.00-11:00 Quick introduction to Medic Mentor, overview of the day, competition ratios, application timeline, Awards and Scholarships
11.15-11.45 Introduction to the UCAS application form and entry requirements
11.45-12.15 Interactive CV building exercise and exclusive access to leadership, research, presentation, publication, prizes and scholarship opportunities
12.15-12.30 Top tips form a successful applicant (medical student)
12.45-13.30 How to write the perfect personal statement
13.45-14.10 Entrance exams – how to do ace the UCAT
14.10-14.30 How to prepare for Medical School interviews
14.30-15.00 Top tips form a successful applicant (medical student) and next steps
One booking = one booking for a student + their parent/guardian.