Biological science is the foundation of all medical science. A strong understanding of biology is a pool of knowledge that will be drawn on every day.
This course will comprehensively cover the foundational concepts and content as expected for a first-year university student. The information we provide aligns closely with most pre-medical programs in NZ and Australia, but rearranged and restructured to be easier to understand for high-school leavers.
By the end of this course you will:
💡 Learning tips are integrated into this course. As you progress through the content, you will learn how to study smarter.
Finley Breeze3rd Year Medical Student, University of Auckland
Finley is a JTT alumni and A+ student completing his 3rd year of medical school at the University of Auckland. His pre-medical scores placed him in approximately the top 3% of his year. He has had 2 years of tutoring experience for both individuals and classes and has passed our rigorous JTT training for class tutors. In his spare time, he likes to make music electronically!
Dr Justin SungMBChB, BMedSci (Hons First Class), Cert Adult Learning and Teaching
Justin is an NZ registered doctor, University of Auckland graduate and founder of JTT. As NZ’s most experienced medical entry expert, he has supported thousands of students since 2012. Justin works regularly with schools, students, parents, and other organisations to help them learn more effectively. His pre-medical scores were approximately in the top 1% of his year. In his spare time, he likes to exercise, dance and read.
You can download the following concepts list below. Use your effective prestudy and priming techniques to build a logical framework and basic mindmap structure using this list.
Fill basic structure using inquiry-based learning principles and targeted Google searching. After forming your basic structure, use the videos to add additional detail and build your understanding.
The concepts list can also be used as a revision resource.
Download PDF: BIOSCI 107 Concepts List
This concepts list is not covered to 100% detail in the Academy videos. Any gaps should be filled through Google searching or other available resources. However, all the important and/or difficult concepts are comprehensively covered, as are all important details from both lectures and textbooks, equating to approximately 98-99% content coverage.