NZ's Most Trusted Medical Entry Experts. Not-for-Profit.
JTT is a NZ social enterprise dedicated to empowering future doctors, founded and led by Dr Justin Sung, NZ’s leading expert on medical entry.
Currently Popular in Mid-2020
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We’re proud of our work and confident in our expertise.
We guarantee that our advice and services are market-leading in quality and indivdualisation. Or your money back.
Medical School Interview Guide: The Breakdown
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Who Gets Into Medical School? The 3 Factors of Success
Enter ideal pathways (including non-medical)
Trust our advice more than the University’s
4.9 average over 200+ ratings
Would recommend to friends
Feel more comfortable asking us for help than anyone else
Agree that we provide the best support they have found
Believe we go further for our students than the University does
Value of scholarships per year
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Our classes are physically just 5 to 10 minutes walk from University of Auckland’s city campus, at Level B, 16 Anzac Avenue, Auckland CBD.
All of our classes are also Livestreamed if you’d rather watch from home!
You’ll find that most of our JTT Academy content overlaps with Otago content, so it’s still the best resource available to you!
We continuously add more courses as well to cover the full spectrum of what’s needed.
Absolutely. Check out our scholarships page for financial assistance.
We have more individual experience than anyone else in NZ. JTT is also NZ’s only medical social enterprise owned by doctors and medical students for the purpose of supporting future doctors.
Our advice is often different because of the difference in experience, level of insight, or motivations behind the advice given.
We’ve broken this down in more detail in this article.