MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICATION CONSULTING

Entry into Medicine is increasingly competitive (<10% in top universities). Without stellar grades, relevant community service and internships, research projects, and exceptional interview skills, successful admissions can be near impossible a dream for many.

Quintessential Consultancy (QC) is the leading university application provider in Singapore and has a strong track record of guiding students into their dream universities locally and overseas. Our students regular secure offers from Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, Edinburgh, UCL, NUS, NTU, UNSW, Monash, Trinity and beyond.

SETTING THE GOLD STANDARD

Conducted by
Medical Doctors

  • Graduates from leading medical schools from the United Kingdom and Singapore
  • First-hand experience in medical applications
  • Professional advisory on the admission process

Hallmark Proprietary Curriculum

  • Developed by doctors and medical professionals
  • Winning admissions strategy
  • Unrivalled Track Record

Unrivalled Mentoring
Track Record

  • 87% success rate to NUS and NTU medical school
  • 95% success rate to medical schools in the United Kingdoms

MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSION COURSE

We specialise in SIngapore, UK, and Australia Medical School admissions. Our students work with a diverse team of medical doctors and professional consultants on a 1:1 basis.

QC offers 4 courses to address each component of the admissions process. One may opt for a single programme, or the entire programme from start-to-end. All courses are conducted on a 1 to 1 basis.

Headstart Mentoring

  • Candidate profiling and portfolio building
  • Career and university research
  • Tutorial on Personal Statement, Situational judgement test, Focused skills assessment

Personal Statement Mentoring

  • Admission statistics analysis
  • Personal statement brainstorming
  • Personal statement review
  • Pre-submission check

Entrance Test Mentoring

  • Academic content review
  • BMAT and UCAT academic theory review
  • Analysis of past questions
  • Timed practice and drills
  • Post practice consultation

Admission Interview Mentoring

  • Reading list review and discussion
  • SJT and FSA content review
  • Interview questions and analysis
  • Simulated interview
  • Post-practice reviews

FROM MENTEES TO MEDICAL STUDENTS

Our premium university admission mentoring programme has helped many medical school hopefuls secure a place in prestigious medical schools globally.

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SUMMARY OF MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICATIONS

Singapore

  • Headstart Mentoring & Portfolio Building
  • Personal Statement
  • Entrance test preparation for the BMAT

  • Interview training for the SJT/FSA/MMI

Application Deadline: 19 March 2021

UK & Ireland

  • Headstart Mentoring & Portfolio Building
  • UCAS Personal Statement
  • Entrance Test Preparation for the BMAT & UCAT
  • Interview training for the SJT, FSA & MMI

Application Deadline:

  • 15 October 2021 (UK)
  • March 2021 (Ireland)

Australia

  • Headstart Mentoring & Portfolio Building
  • Personal Statement (only applies for selected universities)

  • Entrance Test Preparation for the ISAT/UCAT
  • Interview training for the MMI

Application Deadline: March-April 2021

Read our blog post on medical school application details for an overview of the application process.

JUMPSTART YOUR MED SCHOOL APPLICATION JOURNEY.

Get started on your medical school application with QC today. Receive extensive guidance from a personalised team of mentors and university advisors, and craft a top-scoring medical school application today.

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OUR SUCCESSFUL MENTEES

I would like to thank my mentors for helping me along all the way. QC provided comprehensive SJT and FSA questions practice materials with a systematic way to think through answers. The practice environment was comfortable and conducive for learning as well. They helped me alot with my personal statements and interview practices. I have been accepted to NUS and Imperial, UCL and King’s. Would definitely recommend QC.

SMIRITI

National University of Singapore, Medicine

My first medicine application failed. This was when I realised I needed more professional help. During my 2 years of National Service, QC helped to strengthen my portfolio weaknesses by recommending research and volunteer activities that were medicine-related. My QC mentor also recommended me to be a medic in the army, this helped me gain more interactions with doctors. QC prepared interview practices and personal statements reviews which really helped me ace them.

JOSEPH

University of Cambridge, Medicine