Free UCAT Bootcamp
Let the leaders in medical entry guide you through UCAT, medical interviews and the admissions process with this free two-hour information session!
A free video recording of the 2019 Melbourne Bootcamp is now available.
It is essential viewing for anyone who is serious about getting into medicine.
Prefer seeing the presentation LIVE?
MedEntry will be running free information sessions in capital cities from November 2020 onwards.
Each MedEntry UCAT Bootcamp covers:
- How to Secure Your Place in Medical School
- Step-by-Step Breakdown of UCAT
- Techniques to Maximise your Performance on Test Day
- Medical Interviews with Example Questions
These sessions are run by our Director of Education, Dr Ray Boyapati, a Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Specialist Physician at Monash Health. Ray has helped thousands of students to enter medicine over the last 15 years, and will share his secrets to success.
Dr. Ray Boyapati
MBBS (1st Hons), MD (Research, Edinburgh), FRACP (Gastroenterology)
Your perfect UCAT and medical entrance mentor.
- Highly awarded consultant physician
- 100th percentile in UMAT (now UCAT)
- Inside knowledge of the UCAT
Dr Ray (@dr.rayb) is a Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist & Endoscopist at Monash Health. He was school captain of Melbourne High School, achieved 100th percentile in the UMAT (now UCAT) as well as a 99.9 ATAR. He held the Monash Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement and graduated with First Class Honours in Medicine.
He is a highly sought-after speaker, and has successfully taught psychometric testing methods to thousands of (now) medical students and doctors. Ray is a UCAT expert having spent many years in the UK while completing his doctorate at Edinburgh University. With Ray, you've got access to the perfect UCAT workshop mentor.Read More
Ray has dozens of peer-reviewed publications in high-impact journals, book chapters, with hundreds of citations for his work, particularly in his specialised interest of the inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. His current research interests include the role of damage associated molecular patterns in the pathogenesis of IBD, characterising the effect of medication de-escalation in IBD and the role of precision medicine in health care delivery.
For more, please see Ray's ResearchGate and LinkedIn profiles or follow him on Instagram.