Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR)
Visit our ATAR website to read about how the ATAR is calculated and more information on getting your results.
ATAR Enquiry Centre
Ask us specific questions about your ATAR. Call 1300 MY ATAR (1300 692 827) (from mobiles on (02) 9119 5012 or from overseas on +61 2 9119 5012) on the following dates:
|Thu 17 Dec||8.30am–6pm|
|Fri 18 Dec||8.30am–4.30pm|
|Mon 21 Dec||8.30am–4.30pm|
|Tue 22 Dec||8.30am–4.30pm|
|Wed 23 Dec||8.30am–4.30pm|
|Thu 24 Dec||8.30am–noon|
Make sure you have your Year 12 student number ready. For other queries about your application, contact UAC.
Watch our ATAR Essentials video
What is the ATAR?
The ATAR 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.