2020 ATARs have been released

18 Dec 2020

Today is your day.

You can view your ATAR using your Year 12 student number (or UAC application number) and UAC PIN. HSC results can also be viewed via Students Online.

Kim Paino, UAC’s General Manager of Marketing and Engagement, congratulated all Year 12 students on behalf of UAC:

'You should be so proud of what you've achieved and the tenacity you've shown in spite of everything your final year of school has thrown at you.'

Ms Paino also shared some words for students whose ATAR may not be what they’d planned for:

'Even if your results aren't what you'd hoped for, please don't be too hard on yourself and definitely don't lose heart. There are many options and pathways available to you and sometimes Plans B and C turn out even better than Plan A.'

Questions about your ATAR or courses?

Students with questions about their ATAR can call UAC’s ATAR Enquiry Centre on 1300 MY ATAR (1300 692 827) or (02) 9119 5012 on the following days:

  • Friday 18 December from 8.30am to 6pm
  • Saturday 19 December from 8.30am to 4.30pm
  • Monday 21 December from 8.30am to 4.30pm
  • Tuesday 22 December from 8.30am to 4.30pm.

We also advise you to contact the universities you're are applying to if you have questions – most will have special telephone lines and information days to give you advice.

Lock in your course preferences for December Round 2

You have until midnight on Saturday 19 December to lock in your UAC course preferences for December Round 2 offers, which will be released on Wednesday 23 December.

Our call centre will be open on Saturday 19 December from 8.30am to 4.30pm to answer your last-minute queries.

List your preferences in the order you want them to be considered and check last year’s selection ranks in the course descriptions on our site or in the UAC Guide.

Remember that selection ranks include adjustment factors. The selection rank isn't necessarily the ATAR you need to get an offer so don't be put off by a course that had a selection rank last year that is higher than your ATAR.

All you need to know about the ATAR

FAQs about the ATAR