ISAT Comprehensive Programme

Ultimate programme for international students aiming for medical entry in Australia




ISAT Comprehensive Programme

Learning Journey

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Diagnostic Mock exam upon sign up

Gain valuable insights into your strengths and weaknesses right from the start.

Review and initial 30 minute assessment on Diagnostic Mock exam

Collaborate with our experts to develop a personalized study plan tailored to your specific needs.

Private tutorials x2 weekly

Receive individualized support and guidance from our experienced tutors to master the ISAT and excel in your medical interview.

Weekly Pre Work class work

Prepare effectively each week with focused pre-class assignments aimed at setting you up for success.

Weekly Post Class homework

Reinforce your learning and identify areas for further improvement with targeted post-class assignments.

5 Mock ISAT Exams and review tutorials

In the lead-up to the exam receive 5 Mock ISAT Exams , followed by comprehensive review tutorials to analyze your performance and refine your strategies.


Tailored support for every step of your journey to medical school.

University specific Mock Interview

Prepare effectively with specialized support for university-specific medical interviews.

Frequently asked questions

Which medical schools accept the ISAT exam for admissions?

The ISAT exam is accepted by several  medical schools globally, including Monash University (Melbourne and Malaysian campuses), University of Limerick, University of New South Wales (UNSW), University of Tasmania, University of Western Australia (UWA), Western Sydney University (WSU), and Estonian University of Life Sciences.

How long are ISAT scores valid for medical school applications?

ISAT scores are typically valid for two years from the date of the exam. However, it's crucial to confirm this information with the universities you are applying to, as policies may vary.

Can I take the ISAT exam multiple times?
  • Yes, candidates are allowed to take the ISAT exam multiple times. The ISAT offers multiple test windows throughout the year, providing ample opportunities for candidates to retake the exam and improve their scores. The test windows for 2024 are as follows:
  • Test window 1: 15–23 January 2024 (24–25 January for re-sits)
  • Test window 2: 29 April–8 May 2024 (9–10 May for re-sits)
  • Test window 3: 29 July–7 August 2024 (8–9 August for re-sits)
  • Test window 4: 28 October–6 November 2024 (7–8 November for re-sits)

Please note that there are also deadlines for scheduling your remote proctored sitting with ProctorU.

Are there any specific study resources recommended for ISAT preparation?

For comprehensive ISAT preparation, we highly recommend Fraser's ISAT preparation program. With a track record of unparalleled success and a 100% success rate in Australia, Fraser's ISAT preparation program offers a proven approach to mastering the exam. Additionally, the official ISAT practice exams are a good source of preparation.

How should I prepare for the ISAT exam?

Preparation for the ISAT exam typically involves practicing with sample questions, familiarizing yourself with the exam format, and honing your critical thinking skills. Utilizing prep books, online resources, and mock exams can also be beneficial.

What is a competitive score for the ISAT exam?

A competitive score on the ISAT exam varies depending on the university and program to which you are applying. It's essential to research the average scores of admitted students at your target institutions for guidance.

What topics are covered in the ISAT exam?

The ISAT exam covers a range of topics including numerical reasoning, graph and data interpretation, logical reasoning, reading comprehension, and inference.

How is the ISAT exam structured?

The ISAT exam consists of multiple-choice questions divided into three sections: Quantitative Reasoning, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. Each section is timed separately, and the entire exam typically lasts around three hours.

What does the ISAT exam assess?

The ISAT exam assesses critical thinking and reasoning skills, including quantitative reasoning, critical reasoning, and problem-solving abilities. It does not test specific knowledge in science or other academic subjects.

How do I register for the ISAT exam?

Registration for the ISAT exam is typically done online through the official ISAT website. Applicants need to create an account, complete the registration form, choose a test date and location, and pay the exam fee.

What is the ISAT, and why is it important for medical school admissions?

The ISAT (International Student Admissions Test) is a standardized test designed to assess critical thinking and reasoning skills of students applying to undergraduate medical programs in Australia and New Zealand. It's important for medical school admissions as it helps universities evaluate applicants' readiness for the rigorous academic demands of medical education.

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