Auckland Weekly Revision 2022 (Semester 1)
Auckland Semester 1 Weekly Revisions
3 out of 4 of core papers are in Semester 1 (75% of the GPA counted for medical school selection) Thus, it is essential to do well consistently in these papers to secure an entry to medical school. MedView's Weekly Revision is a course developed exclusively for Auckland University students to guide them in throughout their Semester 1 lectures. This is a private, intensive and interactive lesson programme specifically designed to help students increase their understanding on the core course contents.
Our Weekly Revision session is delivered once a week for each core paper, and covers all lecture contents to prep students for their mid-semester tests and final exams. The classes are aimed at helping students retain more information - tips and tricks for success, as well as to solve any difficulties faced along the courses. This is a great platform for students to identify and focus on what they actually need to know, placing emphasis on the difficult questions or concepts encountered each week. Weekly worksheets will be provided to challenge students on their level of understanding, with detailed answer explanations to help them improve.
What our Weekly Revision Includes:
- 9 weekly set of classes for all 3 core papers (2 hours per session)
- 3-hour semester practice test and 5-hour practice exam sessions with comprehensive answer explanations
- A 5-hour exam session
- Online access to copies of presentations and worksheets on MedView Synapse
Our tutors are highly experienced, and are current medical students at the University of Auckland. They have each achieved an A+ in their respective subjects, each with 95%+ and/or top of the class in their subject.
Weekly Revision Dates and Time
- First session starts 7th of March
- Weekly Revisions run across Monday, Tuesday & Thursday evenings:
- Monday Sessions: CHEM 110
- Tuesday Sessions: BIOSCI 107
- Thursday Sessions: POPHLTH 111
- Each session starts 6PM to 8PM - location TBC
Don't take our word for it
"I liked multiple aspects, I enjoyed the environment all the peers were very sociable and made it easy to learn. The tutors were excellent, they knew the courses very well and taught us in great detail to the pace I was able to understand well." - Student from University of Auckland
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