Important Information for Year 12 & UMAT students

2017 UMAT Scores, ATAR & Interview Information Available Here

METC Institute UMAT & Year 12 Preparation.

Year 12 only comes once. The METC Institute thus aims to provide Year 12 and UMAT students with the most comprehensive preparation possible. Educational faculty members of the METC Institute have experience at successfully graduating both undergraduate and graduate students into the countries best medical schools such as the University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, and University of Queensland.

The METC Institute provides UMAT and Year 12 candidates with an unmatched advantage via distinct preparation courses and packages for both the UMAT, and the national Year 12 curriculum. These courses and programs aim to maximise student ATAR and UMAT scores giving students the best opportunity of entry into Undergraduate Medicine.



Very intensive preparation. I feel confident practicing so many questions.

UMAT Advanced Strategies Course (UMAT102)

‘Very helpful to do both interviewing and being the interviewer. Well thought out course with great resources and very nice location :)’

 Live Interview Course
Brisbane 2017

‘Amazing practice interviews which helped a lot with understanding how to address practice scenarios and questions in the real interview.’

 Live Interview Course
Sydney 2017

'Thank you for all of the support through year 12 and UMAT. The personal tutoring and UMAT practise questions were incredibly helpful.’

YR12 & UMAT High Achiever Program

About UMAT

The UMAT is a multiple-choice examination administered by the Australian Council of Education and Research (ACER).

The exam consists of 3 hours of testing time and contains 134 questions in the following areas:

Section I: Logical Reasoning & Problem Solving
Section II: Understanding People
Section III: Non-verbal Reasoning

Students are eligible to sit UMAT if they have finished, or are completing the final year of their secondary schooling. The exam is held in late July of each year, and results are usually released in late September informing Year 12 students of their relative competitiveness to enter Undergraduate Medicine the following year.

Candidates must apply for positions in Undergraduate Medicine separately from sitting the UMAT. Information about university applications can be found on the ACER website.

Purpose of UMAT
Performing in Year 12