Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR)
Access your ATAR from 9am on Thursday 17 December 2015 on this website. You'll need your Year 12 student number and your UAC PIN to log in.
The ATAR provides a measure of a student's overall academic achievement in relation to that of other students and helps universities rank applicants for selection into their courses.
The ATAR is a rank, not a mark.
It is a number between 0.00 and 99.95 and indicates a student’s position relative to all the students who started high school with them in Year 7. So, an ATAR of 80.00 means that you are 20% from the top of your Year 7 group, not your Year 12 group.
The average ATAR is usually around 70.00.
If everyone from Year 7 went on to achieve an ATAR, the average ATAR would be 50.00. But because some students leave early and the ones that stay on to receive an ATAR are a smaller, more academically able group, the average ATAR is higher.
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Lost your ATAR Advice Notice?
If you've lost your ATAR Advice Notice you can request a letter confirming your result by downloading and completing a request form. The confirmation letter is free for 2015 Year 12 students until Monday 29 February 2016. After this date the charge is $53. The charge for all other applicants is $53.