- Udit Nindra , Bachelor of Medicine (BMBS) , University of New South Wales
- Jeff Tang , Bachelor of Biomedicine , University of Melbourne
- Dr. Kavita Nahar , Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist
- Dr. Raj Anand , Senior Registrar at Hutt hospital, Wellington
- Keshav Nahar , B’M’edSci, Oxford University, BMBS, University of Melbourne, 99th Percentile in UMAT
- Owen Yang , BSMS at UNSW
- Dayu Gai , BSMS, University of Melbourne
- Dr. Sudip Ghosh , MBBS , ENT/Facial Plastic Surgeon with the University Hospital and Medical School of North Wales
- Paulette , BA , Monash University , MSc ( Medical anthropology ) , University College London
- Anita Saunders , BA GCert ( Editing and Publishing ) , University of Southern Queensland
- Allan Gao , PhD ( Biological Systems Engineering ) , Washington State University
- Guadalupe Rahm , MA ( English literature ) , California State University
- Keith Hay , MA ( English Literature and History ) , University of Edinburgh
Bachelor of Medicine (BMBS) , University of New South Wales
Udit Nindra is currently studying Medicine at the University of New South Wales, after achieving an ATAR of 99.95 (maximum), and UMAT score of 202 (99th percentile) in 2010. He has ranked 6th in the state in Mathematics Extension 2, 5th in the state in Mathematics and 2nd in the state in Biology in the NSW HSC. A PrepGenie student in for the 2010 course, he has over 2 years teaching experience and enjoy the challenges that this provides him. He is a sporty and enthusiastic individual who enjoys to take up opportunities to try new things. He aims to become a neurosurgeon in the future, as the concept of neurology appeals to him greatly.
He maintains his website here: http://hscnotes.weebly.
Bachelor of Biomedicine , University of Melbourne
Jeff Tang is currently studying Bachelor of Biomedicine at University of Melbourne under the Melbourne National Scholarship – a full scholarship. He achieved an ATAR score of 99.90 with perfect scores (50) in Specialist Mathematics (in which he received a Premier’s Award) and Physics. He holds an Australian Student Prize, an accolade awarded to the top 500 national students.
Dr. Kavita Nahar
Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist
Dr. Nahar has been a consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist for over 20 years working in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. She has an avid interest in academics and has been involved with teaching medical students at the University of Newcastle (Australia).
Dr. Raj Anand
Senior Registrar at Hutt hospital, Wellington
Dr. Anand is currently a senior registrar at Hutt hospital, (Wellington). He is specializing in rheumatology and Internal medicine. He brings a lot of his personal experience in sitting various medical & aptitude exams in USA, UK, India & Australia. He is also a national committee member of Art of Living Foundation, which helps people in managing stress. Stress management Is a vital skill in both the UMAT and the entrance interviews that come after it.
B’M’edSci, Oxford University, BMBS, University of Melbourne, 99th Percentile in UMAT
Keshav is in his penultimate year of medicine at the University of Melbourne and has previously tutored students for the UMAT. Some of his achievements include:
• BmedSci (passed with honours) Oxford University
• 99th percentile in UMAT Section 1,99% overall
• 4 A’s at A level (Cambridge), VCE Enter Score:99.95
• New Zealand member Physics Olympiad (Slovakia)
BSMS at UNSW
Owen is currently studying at UNSW and has over 2 years of expertise in running UMAT workshops. He is now a UMATE Director with the following qualifications:
• 44/45 in IB (99.9 ATAR)
• 99th Percentile in Section 3 UMAT
• NSW Head Tutor at Australian IB Tuition (www.ausibtuition.com)
• Over 2 years experience teaching Chemistry, Physics, Economics, UMAT and Interview Skills
BSMS, University of Melbourne
Dayu is a senior medical student at the University of Melbourne and has a keen interest in high school education. Some of his main achievements to date include:
• Research at Oxford University as part of Bachelor of Science Degree
• 44/45 in IB (99.9 ATAR)
• 99th percentile in Section 3 UMAT and 95th percentile overall
• Victorian Head Tutor at Australian IB Tuition (www.ausibtuition.com)
• Many years of experience teaching Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and UMAT …………… (specialising in section 1)
Dr. Sudip Ghosh
MBBS , ENT/Facial Plastic Surgeon with the University Hospital and Medical School of North Wales
Sudip is an ENT/Facial Plastic Surgeon with the University Hospital and Medical School of North Wales, Bangor. Currently he holds Fellowships in Otolaryngology and Surgery with the Royal College of Surgeons of England as well as Edinburgh, Scotland as well as a MBA with the OUBS, UK in Higher Educational /management. He has extensive experience as a educator, as well as a question setter for the Post-Graduate Medical National Question Bank, UK.
BA , Monash University , MSc ( Medical anthropology ) , University College London
Paulette studied sociolinguistics and social anthropology at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and medical anthropology at University College London, UK. Via her website www.Help2WriteIt.com she is a self-employed language consultant, editor and re-writer, specialising in academic writing, particularly medicine and other healthcare disciplines. Having travelled widely and lived and worked for many years in London, Paulette now lives in Perth, Western Australia.
BA GCert Editing and Publishing, University of Southern Queensland
Anita graduated from the University of Southern Queensland with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, History and Psychology and a Graduate Certificate in Editing and Publishing. She works as a freelance editor/proofreader and lives in Brisbane, Queensland with her husband and two daughters.
PhD ( Biological Systems Engineering ) , Washington State University
Allan Gao is a Ph.D candidate in the Biological Systems Engineering department at Washington State University. He received his B.S. in Biochemistry at Washington University in St. Louis and M.S. Biological Systems Engineering from Washington State University. He has worked with Blankenship Lab Group and more recently for Youtell Biochemical as a Research Associate. He has extensive experience in both writing and editing research papers and journal articles. Currently, he resides in Pullman, WA while attending school, and enjoys tennis and running in his free time.
MA ( English literature ) , California State University
Guadalupe (Pita) Rahm is an academic writer, retired university professor, former director of university quality assurance, and technical writer with an impressive track record. She wrote the 2000-2004 Handbook, including all program and course descriptions, for University of Belize, and has completed several extensive social research projects for United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Development Fund (UNDP), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and numerous government and NGO agencies in Belize. One of her specialties as a writer is the ability to make complex material accessible and interesting to lay readers.
In her twenty years as an educator, Pita taught English, literature, logic, Spanish, journalism, and English-as-a-second-language at the adult and university levels. As former director of quality assurance, she is also highly trained in international academic transfer criteria, accreditation standards, and critical thinking. She has written several operational manuals, user-friendly curriculum guides, and on-line GAMSAT courses. As a perfectionist and aficionado of logic, Pita excels at understanding and explaining the nuances of GAMSAT verbal reasoning questions and GAMSAT essay writing skills. She also marks for online GAMSAT preparation courses.
Pita holds an MA in English from California State University, Stanislaus. She currently resides in Belize, Central America where she works as a academic consultant and technical writer. She loves her consulting work as each new job poses a new critical thinking challenge, and thinking critically is her hobby!
MA ( English Literature and History ) , University of Edinburgh
Keith was born 1972, in Edinburgh, Scotland. He grew up in Edinburgh and graduated in 1994 from the University of Edinburgh with a MA Hons degree in English Literature and History.
Shortly after graduating, Keith moved to South Africa, where he lived for 11 years. 6 of those years were spent teaching English and History at St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls, Pretoria.
Keith married a South African girl in 2004, and they both moved to Scotland in 2005. He is currently employed as an English and Media Studies teacher at Linlithgow High School, West Lothian.
He has two sons (aged 4 and 16 months)