University Information

University Terminology
Confused about some of the terms used by universities? Check out this guide to terminology from Flinders University -

The Good Universities Guide – Education and Training for a Dentist
To become a dentist, you usually have to complete a degree in dentistry, dental science or dental surgery at university. Alternatively, you can complete a degree in a related field followed by a postgraduate qualification in dentistry, dental surgery or dental medicine. Prerequisite subjects, or assumed knowledge, in one or more of English, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics are normally required. Entry is highly competitive, and you usually need to sit the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) and attend a structured interview. You may also be required to complete a structured oral assessment. Universities have different prerequisites, and some have flexible entry requirements. Contact the institutions you are interested in for more information. Find out more -

From UAC - How to get into Medicine
Entry into undergraduate medicine degrees is highly competitive. Take these steps to make sure your application is considered. Read the article -

Secondary School Courses and Studying in the USA
US colleges and universities take a holistic approach in reviewing a student’s application for admission.
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Dos and Don'ts of HSC Subject Selection from Uni of Sydney
Starting uni seems so far away - yet here you are choosing your HSC subjects so that you can achieve an ATAR and apply to do a degree at uni. So how do you make the right choices for you? And should you worry about subject scaling?
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HSC Maths Course Selection Advice from UNSW
How to make the right choice at High School to prevent issues later. Read the advice -