Where the best learn to do it. Michael scored 91 in SII (82 overall) and has successfully mentored his students to score 90+ in each GAMSAT sitting since.
Featured by VICE and The University of Melbourne, and in partnership with First Philosophy.
Personal care includes two one-on-one sessions, plus group work with other 90plus students and a discounted rate for those wishing to extend.
The interview can feel like the most important day of your life.
You’ve come this far, and there’s just one more hurdle. It is when we are on the cusp of everything that we ever wanted that our ‘stuff’ seems to come up: insecurity, self-worth, confidence issues, doubt, paranoia. These are all cancerous to the preparation process for your interviews.
Most students are not confident in presenting themselves confidently, or articulating themselves concisely, fluently, and effectively – especially under pressure. But it can be taught.
Working on interviews together is a natural extension of working together on GAMSAT and many of the same principles apply, but just applied in a different context. 90plus isn’t just about getting into med school. Working with us entails undergoing a transformative educational and personal experience so that the person being interviewed changes, not just the result after the fact. A med offer is, of course, a natural byproduct – but not by necessity the point, or the best thing that you will take away from this experience.
This course covers 10 philosophical themes: The first 4 themes begin with the existential attitude of wonder, proceeding to the philosophical quest for truth, before analysing the subject who does this inquiring, the human being, and the knowledge and education required for such an investigation.
The remaining 6 themes: purpose, desire, freedom, being with others, science, and the present to the future, build on the first four to provide a holistic and unified understanding of our lives and the question of what it means to be human.
A few of the themes included in the course are given below:
Wonder, Truth, Human Being, Knowledge & Education, Purpose, Desire, Freedom, Being with Others, Science & The Future, The Examined Life
Academic topics and content are covered using contemporary and topical examples, designed to be easily understandable while thought provoking.
Download a detailed syllabus: Course Outline PDF
*Syllabus is updated on a sitting by sitting basis to reflect feedback and course development.
Group held classes are a chance to go over mindset themes, exam techniques, going deeper into the grand narratives that shape modernity and the world around us and many other topics that are commonly explored individually with students.
The benefit, then, is freeing up time in your individual classes to specialise in the areas that are particular to you.
Here’s what it would look like:
Week One: Physics – free body diagrams, kinetics, newton’s laws
Week Two: Maths – algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, units, graphs
Week Three: General Chemistry
Week Four: General Chemistry 2
Week Five: Organic Chemistry
Week Six: Organic Chemistry 2
Week Seven: Problem Solving
Week Eight: Problem Solving 2
Week Nine: Exam Technique
Week Ten: Student’s issues
Each week will have a 40 minute theory component and a 35 minute question/answer + application period.
Why Section II exists and what success looks like, logic, Task A macrostructure
Quote interpretation, coming up with contentions
Task B structure, intro to psychometrics
Task A microstructure (of body paragraphs), refinement of macrostructure, specicifity and clarity
Coming up with ideas, refinement of Task A microstructure
Task B microstructure + advanced psychometrics
Introductions & conclusions (Task A/B), writing with greater credibility + Mindset 1
Style, tone, cadence, figurative language, control of language + Mindset 2
Each week will have a 45 minute theory component and a 45 minute question/answer + application period.
The course is split into two sections, basic and advanced skills as follows:
Week One: Presuming knowledge, recognising implied meanings and sensing tone
Week Two: Empathising
Week Three: Deducing, inferring, generalising and applying logic to technical texts
Week Four: Poetry
Week Five: Visual Texts
Week Six: Presuming knowledge, recognising implied meanings and sensing tone
Week Seven: Empathising
Week Eight: Deducing, inferring, generalising and applying logic to technical texts
Week Nine: Poetry
Week Ten: Visual Texts
Masterful 90+ GAMSAT Mentors
You’ll get the following when you signup:
The Question Bank – An ever increasing treasure of 2000 GAMSAT questions with hand-picked section 2 prompts.
A Complete Mock Exam – A rigorous and realistic test of current skills and tactics to further develop performance.
Fraser’s Proprietary Atlas – A custom platform that actively curates content for maximising your results and GAMSAT preparation.
This course provides you tangible guidance. The AI-learning system built into the Atlas learns from the user’s performance to determine the level of aptitude in each section’s skill domain. It provides tailored information most suited to the user. The user learns from the Atlas and prepares with the best question material.
Includes: Complete Online Question Bank; Full Mock Exam; Skills Centric Atlas for Section 1, 2 & 3; Fundamentals Atlas – Section 3; Dynamic AI-Atlas Technology; Domain Analytics; Handpicked Prompt Selection – Section 2; and Fraser’s Medical Community.
Do you just want to get your Section II sorted?
There’s 266 pages of content here, some 87,000+ words, which as Dr Scott Fraser of Fraser’s GAMSAT put it when I was up to 40k words was “nearly” a thesis.
You’ll get my infamous guidebook The Philosophy of Section II Success; my line-by-line walkthrough of an ideal Task A follow up (which is twice as many words as the first book) How to Kick *ss in Task A; AND the Twenty Best, including 20 high scoring essay responses. Eight 90+; eight 85+; and four 80+. Half are Task A, half are Task B – and they’re written in completely different styles developed by me (and explained in my books) to maximally telegraph the psychometric qualities I mention in The Philosophy of Section II Success which ACER are looking for in an ideal Section II response.
Let get your Section II sorted.
You could grope around in the dark, or hope that you’re using a tutor or resource that knows how to write a 90+, or you could just look at the guy who did it’s work. If this was available when I started my Section II I would have annihilated it. And now that students have these materials, 90plus has been able to guide multiple students to scoring over 90 since.
Immediate download available upon payment.