Meet Your Talent 100 Mentor: Joanne Niu

Here at Talent we’ve amassed a variety of Mentors which have taught and encouraged our students throughout the years – guiding them through high school and the HSC.

We call our teachers and tutors ‘Mentors’ because they deliver more than simply theory. Talent 100 Mentors are all outstanding achievers, but it’s their passion for teaching and mentoring which matters most. Whilst an exceptional academic record is a must, our Mentors are also chosen for their ability to work with students of all levels and provide the pastoral guidance for future success.

Not only do we want to give thanks to these Mentors who have enriched the lives of many at Talent, but want to share their unique personalities and passions while also inspiring the next generation of high school students to strive for their best.


Joanne Niu



Alma Mater: 

North Sydney Girls High School


Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales


UMAT 100th percentile

HSC All Rounder

Ranked first internally in Maths Extension 2 at North Sydney Girls High School

Subjects taught at Talent:

UCAT MedStart Masterclass, HSC Maths Advanced, Preliminary Maths Advanced,

Joanne’s Top 5 Study Tips:

Take advantage of the resources made available to you! All your teachers are there to help, and you’d be amazed at what resources your school can provide.

Study smart, not hard. Know your strengths and weaknesses. Leading up to the exam, focus on weaknesses. In the exam, focus on your strengths.

Know how you study, what makes you learn well, and plan accordingly.

Collaborate with other students (they are your peers not enemies)

Remember to take breaks! They help you study more effectively and improve your general wellbeing.

Feeling inspired for your own post-HSC journey, do you need a little more motivation?

Check out our 2 Week Obligation Free Trial across our Talent 100 Learning Centres. Click here to find out how you can learn from the brightest minds and be inspired at Talent 100.

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