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South Australia's rural Year 12s who have applied to medical school and are progressing through the entry process will be invited to an interview with the medical school.
If you have applied for medicine for 2024 and you live in rural SA you can apply for a Medical Interview Skills training bundle that’s delivered by MedEntry, paid by RDWA.
RDWA provides this support to give rural students more opportunity to prepare for this stage of the medical school entry process by learning interview skills and practising interviews in mock sessions.
You can apply for the Medical Interview Skills bundle if you live in rural South Australia, and you have applied for medicine for 2024.
You can check your home is in a rural location by putting your address in the Health Workforce Locator and selecting the Modified Monash Model 2019 Classification Filter. Eligible locations will appear in MMM 2-7 in South Australia.
You will need to be able to attend a full day online Strategy workshop and a half day Mock Interview workshop. Dates have been set and are listed in the Guidelines. Check the dates before you apply.
First read the Guidelines to understand what you are applying for. Fill in the online form with your parent or guardian unless you are over 18 years on the day you apply.
For more information please contact
Andrea Brown, Manager Future Workforce
Phone: (08) 8234 8277