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Services offered by NIE to assist with Bond University entry requirements into medicine
The MMI interview medicine offers for Bond University will be based on the results of the Psychometric Test.
Psychometrics Training for Bond University Webinar (5.5 hours live online webinar)
Psychometrics Training for Bond University (4 hours, 1-on-1 session)
Personalised Medical Interview Coaching (3 hours, 1-on-1 session)
2-days Intensive Medical Interview Training Workshop
Bond University Medical Interview: Confidence Development Webinar (4 hours, group session)
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Following information has been copied as a form of reference from Bond university website. We highly recommend that you visit Bond University Medical School Page for most up to date and more comprehensive information about the Bond University medical program.
||- Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt)
- Doctor of Medicine (MD)
||Robina, Gold Coast Australia
||Medicine - Bachelor of Medical Studies (2 yrs 8 months) / Doctor of Medicine (2 years / 6 semesters)
||Entry as Undergraduate of Gradute applicant
- Undergraduate - Applicant who has completed an eligible Australian Senior School Certificate (i.e. Queensland Year 12 or equivalent) with, or without incomplete tertiary studies
- Graduate - An applicant who has completed an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate program
- Step 1 - Academic Assessment - Applicants will be assessed on their prior academic record and prerequisites through their QTAC application. Top-ranked applicants will be invited to complete Step 2 of the assessment process.
- Step 2 - Psychometric Test - Selected applicants are offered the opportunity to complete an online psychometric test. This test will be available for a specific time period and incur a fee, to be paid by the applicant directly to the test provider. The results of the psychometric test will determine if an applicant is shortlisted for an interview (the next step of the assessment process).
- Step 3 - Interview - Shortlisted applicants are invited to an interview in person at Bond University on the Gold Coast, where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined in a structured multi mini interview (MMI).
For medicine - Minimum academic rank to be competitive for psychometric test selection
- Undergraduate - OP 1-3, ATAR 96+, or IB Dip 38+
- Graduate - Cumulative GPA of greater than 6 on a 7-point scale from a recognised tertiary program
Tertiary students: Current tertiary students are eligible to apply. Applicants must be 17 years of age at the time of commencement of the Bond Medical Program. If the applicant does not meet the age requirement, they will not be permitted to enrol even if they have met all admission requirements. The applicant will have to re-apply for admission when they are able to meet this requirement.
Subject prerequisites: The prerequisite for the Bond Medical Program from 2022 will be English, English as an Additional Language, Literature, or English & Literature Extension (QCAA General Subject, Units 3 and 4 at Grade C or better).
For medicine - Chemistry
UCAT: The University Clinical Aptitude test (UCAT) is not required for the Bachelor of Medical Studies application. Instead, selected applicants will be invited to complete psychometric testing. The UCAT replaced the Undergraduate Medicine Admission Test (UMAT) in 2019.
Psychometric testing - The Bond Medical Program has partnered with an experienced external commercial provider to run the psychometric test. The external provider is used by the Police, Ambulance, Fire Service and military to assist with choosing the best candidates. It will be conducted as an on-line test that can be taken anywhere with internet access over a specified time period. Many graduate programs, i.e. the CBA and leading accounting and legal firms use similar processes in their recruitment.
The psychometric testing is designed to provide information on personal attributes recognised as being important for a successful career as a doctor, such as the ability to manage pressure, problem solve with emotions, and show empathy. The psychometric testing will focus on your strengths in regard to managing the demands of the program.
Psychometric testing was introduced as part of the Bond Medical Program assessment process in 2018.
For medicine - Shortlisted applicants will be required to attend an interview in person at Bond University on the Gold Coast, where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined in a structured multiple mini interview (MMI). Interviews are conducted using a MMI structure consisting of at least four (4) mini interview stations. Interviewers are doctors and community members from both medical and non-medical backgrounds, who are highly trained in the interview process for entry into medicine.
The interview process is designed to test:
- Knowledge and critical thinking
- Leadership, Initiative and teamwork
- Communication skills
For dentistry - The interview will offered based on the applicant's UCAT performance. It will be a panel interview and provides applicants the opportunity to demonstrate their communication skills and to further explore their motivation for undertaking a career in dentistry and their commitment to rural and regional dental practice. Applicants problem solving, decision making and spatial awareness skills will also be assessed.
Bond university Medicien Interview dates & Psychometric Testing dates:
12 January 2023 - QTAC applications open for the Medical Program applicants (all Domestic applicants apply through QTAC regardless of where they live – either in Australia or overseas). Applications will close on the 27th January at 4 pm QLD Time.
3 February 2023 - Psychometric Testing invitations will be sent out by email progressively to selected applicants by 4.00pm AEST.
7 to 12 February 2023 - Testing conducted on-line: open from 9.00am 7 February and closes 9.00pm 12 February 2023 (QLD time).
17 February 2023 - Interview invitations will be sent out by email progressively to selected applicants from Friday, Feb 2023 until all available interview spaces are filled.
28 Feb, 1 to 3 March 2023 - Medical Program interviews coordinated and conducted at the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine.
17 March 2023 - (8:30am QLD time) Round 1 offers released and available from QTAC website. Round 1 offer letters released by Bond University.
21 March 2023 - Laps date for Round 1 offers
9 May 2023 - O-Week Commences (compulsory attendance for Medical students).
|Number of places
||- Bond University will offer approximately 80% of available places to undergraduate applicants and the remainder to graduate applicants.
||For detailed information about the application process and up to date course admission guides, please visit Bond University's official website.