VIC VCE Results and ATAR information will be released from 7am, Thursday, 12 December 2019.
How do i get my vce results?
You can check your ATAR by logging in to your VTAC account. You can apply to the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority for a replacement certificate or statement of VCE/VCAL results.
Do atar results get published?ATAR and VCE results are released on December 12 at 7am (AEDST). Results are only available on the website and mobile app from 7am Thursday morning, until December 16 at 5pm. You can receive your VCE results and ATAR in different ways.
What is ga1 ga2 ga3 vce?
GA3 = Exam. For subjects with both mid-year and end-of-year Exam. GA1 = Mid-year Exam. GA2 = Unit 3 and Unit 4 SACs. GA3 = End-of-year Exam.
What is a results service password?
Your results service password is the secure password that you chose when registering for the Results and ATAR service. Registration has been open since Monday, August 6. If you didn’t register before results were released, you still need to register before you will be able to access your results.
How can I check my Atar 2019?
2019 ACT Year 12 students You can also access your ATAR by logging in to this website or the My UAC app from 1pm on Tuesday 17 December. You’ll need your Year 12 student number and UAC PIN. Information about the calculation of the ACT ATAR is available from the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies.
How do I find my student number VCE?
Your VCAA Student Number is located on your VCE Statement of Results and can be obtained from your school VCE coordinator or by emailing the Student records and results unit.
How do I get my old Atar results NSW?
Delivery of 2018 NSW ATARs You’ll be able to view your ATAR, a list of the subjects you studied, their category, and the number of units of each course that contributed to the calculation of your ATAR. If you have questions about your ATAR, you can call the ATAR Enquiry Centre on 1300 MY ATAR (1300 692 827).
How do I find my Atar?
Your ATAR. To check your ATAR or Limited ATAR, enter your Year 12 student number and your UAC Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Is the study score raw or scaled?
Once you’ve completed a subject, you receive a ‘raw’ Study Score for that subject. This score is given on a scale of 0 to 50, with 30 being the average. However, the Study Score is not a score out of 50. It is technically your ranking relative to how everyone else in the state scored in that subject.
Is 30 a good study score?
A student with a study score of 30 is in the middle of the cohort, or has performed better than about half of all students. A student with a study score of 40 has performed better than about 91% of all students who did that study.
What is a good VCE score?
Each year, and for every study, the mean study score is set at 30. A score of between 23 and 37 shows that you are in the middle range of students; a score of 38 or more indicates that you are in the top 15%. For studies with large enrolments (1,000 or more): 2% of students will get a score on or above 45.
What is a good study score?
What is a study score? The maximum study score is 50. Each year, and for every study, the mean study score is set at 30. For studies with large enrolments (1000 or more), a score of between 23 and 37 indicates that you are in the middle range of students and a score of 38 or more shows that you are in the top 15%.
What does a study score of 38 mean?
The maximum study score is 50. Each year, and for every study, the mean study score is set at 30. A score of between 23 and 37 shows that you are in the middle range of students; a score of 38 or more indicates that you are in the top 15%.
Are SACs important VCE?
How important are SACs? In fairness, the link between school assessed coursework (SACs) and your final study score for a VCE subject is not well covered in VCE guides. Many students and teachers also belittle the importance of SACS, encouraging students not to stress out as each individual SAC is ‘only worth 5%’.