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MedEntry & COVID-19

COVID-19, UCAT & MedEntry

Your safety is our priority

Ensuring the safety of our students, particularly during this critical year of schooling, is our priority. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, MedEntry has taken the following proactive measures to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

Our services will remain uninterrupted

MedEntry will be maintaining and extending our services to provide high quality UCAT preparation in a manner that maintains the health and wellbeing of our students.

We have been preparing students for medical entry for two decades and are well prepared for our organisation to respond quickly, allowing us to continue to seamlessly provide training to our students. We have a Education Continuity Plan in place that includes the ability to have staff work remotely, eliminating any potential disruption to your UCAT preparation.

MedEntry’s extensive, global staff members are continuing to work on providing even more quality UCAT resources for our students, delivered on our online, interactive platform. We are currently developing new skill trainers, additional quality questions and more services for our students.

Workshops may run online

Depending on how the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, some UCAT and interview workshops may run online. The decision whether to run online workshops will depend on advice from various national and international health sources, as well as governmental directives.

MedEntry has extensive experience in running online workshops and we have sophisticated technology to ensure that online workshops are run in an engaging and interactive manner, just as in-person events. All workshops will be run by our experienced and expert specialist doctors, and will cover the same content as in-person events.

More Information

UCAT 2021

UCAT 2020 proceeded in July and August, with appropriate hygiene and social distancing measures in place.

Updates relating to UCAT and COVID-19 can be found at and on the UCAT ANZ Official website:

You can stay up to date with how COVID-19 is affecting UCAT by signing up to our newsletter.

MedEntry will also be providing updates to all our students.

We understand this is a difficult and uncertain time, and hope that you and your families stay safe and healthy.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

MedEntry Presents at Careers Expo

MedEntry is invited to speak at the VCE Expo in Melbourne every year. At the Careers Forum, MedEntry addresses students on the topic 'Working in medicine'. MedEntry also presents very popular seminars on 'Medical Entry' and 'Acing the UCAT'. (Source: The Age VCE & Careers Expo).

MedEntry also presents the same seminars on 'Medical Entry', 'Working in medicine' and 'Acing the UCAT' at the HSC Expo in Sydney every year (Source: The Sydney Morning Herald HSC and Careers Expo).

MedEntry UCAT Prep wins Foundation For Australian Youth Grant!

We are extremely delighted to announce that we have been offered a generous grant by the Foundation for Australian Youth to pursue the MedEntry UCAT Prep initiative.

After a competitive selection process, the Foundation has deemed that our initiative, is worthy of funding to enable us to offer our courses and materials to you. The aim is to enhance youth participation and create opportunities for the development of young people. 

Specifically MedEntry UCAT Prep aims to help Australian and New Zealand youth keen to pursue a career in the medicine.


Compared to their peers a generation ago, today's young people are maturing earlier, physically and mentally. Yet Melbourne University claims that 18 year olds cannot make up their minds about career choices (5/10) and is attempting to keep them at university for longer, thereby increasing their income from fees. 

Due to current government policy, universities are unable to charge full fee for undergrad students, but can do so for postgrad students. By moving its high demand courses such as Medicine to graduate level, the university is taking advantage of this anomaly and increasing their income further. 

Highly able students mature earlier intellectually, so are able to make career choices after high school and will be lured to rivals like Monash. The feedback I get is that nearly all students want to get into medicine straight after Y12, rather than being forced to do Biomed or such an irrelevant degree first. 

Melbourne Uni will be the loser in the long term due to loss of such bright students, although it may benefit them financially in the short term. 

Dallas Gibson of Medical-Entrance BANKRUPT

Dallas Gibson of Medical-Entrance/Eglobamed/Icarus/Premed is currently bankrupt. He has now been bankrupt on three separate occasions (1988, 2000 and now).

You can view the Federal Court ruling of his bankruptcy by clicking here. Alternatively, you can go to the Federal Court website (under Bankruptcy -> Court Events and Orders):

For evidence of his 1988 bankruptcy, please click here.

For evidence of his 2000 bankruptcy, please click here.

In addition to being sued by MedEntry, Dallas Gibson was sued by Middletons (his ex-lawyers - Claim U02414246) and by Doherty & Colleagues Solicitors (acting for Maxim P/L) in the Melbourne Federal Magistrates court. Grievances against this man and his practices run deep and are widespread - he has been sued by three separate entities in the last 2 years. He owes substantial amounts of money to numerous organisations, such as Middletons Lawyers, Maxim Electrical Services, PBB Forensics, Clik Pad and Deloittes.