I assume you’ve read this thread? JCU - Interview and General Question Thread for JCUhey could someone say the best way to prep for jcu?
You can quite easily google interview release dates from university websites. Alternatively, you can look through this thread: 2020 Entry Interview Invites - Collated (DATA ONLY)Sorry I haven’t been on the forum at all lately, would someone be able to give me a list of med schools who have had interviews released so far? Thanks so much in advance!
Thanks so much!!You can quite easily google interview release dates from university websites. Alternatively, you can look through this thread: 2020 Entry Interview Invites - Collated (DATA ONLY)
Look at page 11 of this document: https://www.newcastle.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/532414/2020-JMP-Prospectus-2020.pdfHi,
I was wondering if anyone knows what the JMP interview format is like? Is it all completely MMI, and how many stations would there be? Or are there general question panels like "why med" etc? Sorry if people have asked this!
I suspect this is impossible for any of us to predict with certainty. However, the minimum ATAR for eligibility is 90 and in last year's entry, 92.65 was the lowest. We don't know whether this was a rural candidate or not.
For offers, scores are weighted as follows: UCAT Results: 20% - Interview Results: 40% - Academic Results: 40%. You can definitely compensate a slightly lower ATAR with UCAT and interview scores.
It doesn't really matter what sort of scoring is used for the interview, it can be out of 80, 120, or 1000... since it needs to be standardised later.For your interview, do you get a score? (Similar to UCAT and ATAR?)
Let's say there are 8 sections, do you get scored out of 120? (Just a random number)
Asking for UWA and Curtin, but I'd assume it's a similar process for every university.