The Pre-med course for Medical Studies on behalf of the official representation, which has been in operation since 2010, has helped to prepare dozens of students for the admission examinations into the medical school, as well as for the pre-clinical years of their studies. Over the years, the students from the preparatory program were accepted to the university with 100% success and even excelled in their studies.
The preparatory course is considered intensive and demanding.
The purpose of the preparatory course is to enable the student to be accepted and excel in his studies.
Why is it worthwhile to study at pre-med course for Medical Studies?
The course was designed with the unique suitability for the University’s requirements in order to maximize the student's potential for knowledge and provide him with a broad knowledge base in core subjects: physics, chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology.
The unique learning method of the Pre-Med helps pass the entrance exam and of course significantly facilitates the student's pre-clinical years of study.
The language of study in the preparatory program is English, along with explanations in Hebrew, in order to strengthen the knowledge and understanding of the professional terms in the university's language of study.
Past experience shows that graduates of the pre-med course complete the pre-clinical years of their studies with greater success than students who come from other preparatory programs or without preparation at all.
Pre-med program has very high success rates, which are close to 100%.
The preparatory course is characterized by the fact that it fits exactly the needs of the university, according to the changing requirements from year to year, since it is developed from years of didactic experience and teaching.
It is recommended to listen to the opinions of pre-med program past graduates in order to be impressed by its quality.
The cost of the preparatory course is significantly lower than that of other preparatory schools in Israel, taking into consideration the economic burden facing the student and his family.