I joined the forum a few days ago in hopes of finding answers to a myriad of questions I had about medicine, but more specifically at Monash. I did find answers to some of the questions I had, but for the rest I could find partial or no answers at all. I know, as a soon-to-be Year 11, that the circumstances may and are likely to change in the future, but grasping a general idea is my aim. Answers to any questions below would be very helpful. 1) From what I understand, a good raw UMAT score of ~180 and a solid VCE ENTER of 98-99+ is needed along with the central focus on interviews is needed to get into Monash Medicine. Is this generally true? Or are these just some special exceptions I happen to run across. 2) As to the nature of the Themes involved during the 5 year course, it is briefly outlined here at http://www.monash.edu.my/Medicine/mbbs.html. Although it does give me the faintest ideas of what is involved each year, the website does "sugar-coat it", for lack of a better expression, as to what they really do. Do these theme descriptions accurately reflect what Med students really study/do in the course or is it different? 3) After graduating from the 5 year MBBS, let's say I want to do a specialist field such as Anethesia, Internal Medicine or Radiology. Are there any links for me to find out extra information to these topics? This is because I can't seem to find any relevant information on them. There are, of course, many other questions I have, but these are the main ones. Thanks. Edit: Oh yes, I forgot. If this was posted in the wrong section, I apologise and ask for the moderators to move it to the relevant section. Thank you.