Australian Tertiary Admission Rank Results can be checked here. All Candidates who appeared in the examination they can view their results at uac.edu.au. Candidates can view their results by using your student ID number or Pin number which is created at the time of registration. ATAR Results 2013 will be announced after four weeks from your test session.
ATAR Results Schedule 2013:
The ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) was introduced by the Federal Minister for 12 students within the ACT and NSW and the rest of the country, excluding Queensland. The ATAR was introduced as unify the University entrance system in the Australia, where previously each state on territory had its own individual system. The ATAR is percentile awarded to student by application for undergraduate-entry university programs upon completion of year 12 in all Australian states except Queensland.
The ATAT number function as a rank of all students entering the tertiary education system, based on the number of students in year7. The maximum rank attainable is 99.95 with a minimum of <30.00 and increments of 0.05
ATAR Results Score 2013:
Calculate ATAR: you can understand the process of calculating the ATAR by this example: let your ATAR is 80, ITS means that your aggregate was higher than 80% of students. 99.95 is the highest ATAR available, it means that your aggregate was the highest in the state.
The ATATs are released in the month of December every year on the official website of UAC www.uac.edu.au. And ATAR notices send in the mail. Students can get the information about the calculation of the ACT ATAR from the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies or By Help line number (02) 62057181.
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