Is 35 a good study 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%.

Is 35 a good study 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%.

What is the average ATAR in Victoria?

The average ATAR across all students in the state was 69.26 with an average of 70.6 for female students and 67.62 for males.

How do I get my year 12 results in Victoria?

How to get your VCE results and ATAR. If you are about to complete Year 12 in Victoria, or have completed a Unit 3/4 sequence in 2021, you can receive your results and ATAR via the Results and ATAR app and online from 7.00am Thursday 16 December 2021.

What is the highest VCE score?

99.95
The highest rank is 99.95, the next highest 99.90, and so on. The lowest automatically reported rank is 30.00, with ranks below 30.00 being reported as ‘less than 30’. Find out more about how ATARs are calculated.

What does a VCE score of 40 mean?

Scores above 40 represent high achievement by students in specific subjects or studies. Three graded assessments for each VCE study contribute towards a study score (two for VCE VET studies that offer a study score), and these scores are, in turn, used to calculate an ATAR.

Are VCE results published?

VCE and VCAL results and ATAR statements will arrive in the mail from Thursday 16 December 2021. Printed ATAR statements are mailed only to VTAC applicants who have submitted and paid for a course application. Students who have not applied for courses can request an ATAR statement from the VTAC website.

Who got the highest ATAR score 2021 in Victoria?

Williamstown High School receives first-ever 99.95 Williamstown High School has delivered its highest-ever ATAR result, with student Julian McIntyre achieving a perfect 99.95.

How do I get my 2021 VCE results?

Download from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Search for ‘VCE Results and ATAR’….Getting your results

  1. VCE and VCAL results and ATAR statements will arrive in the mail from Thursday 16 December 2021.
  2. Printed ATAR statements are mailed only to VTAC applicants who have submitted and paid for a course application.

What is the average VCE score?

30
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 (1000 or more): 2% of students will get a score on or above 45.

When will VCE and VCAL results be released?

Getting your results 1 VCE and VCAL results and ATAR statements will arrive in the mail from Wednesday 6 January 2021. 2 Printed ATAR statements are mailed only to VTAC applicants who have submitted and paid for a course application. 3 Students who have not applied for courses can request an ATAR statement from the VTAC website.

Are there any exam reports available for the VCE?

There are also comprehensive exam reports for each VCE subject available during these approximate years. These reports comprise general comments on student achievement and average scores for each examination question. We also hold reports of examiners.

How do I access my VCE results and Atar?

The VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority) and VTAC (Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre) offer three options for current students accessing VCE results and the ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank): internet, mail, and app – more information here.

When will I receive my Atar and VCAL results?

VCE and VCAL results and ATAR statements will arrive in the mail from Thursday 16 December 2021. Printed ATAR statements are mailed only to VTAC applicants who have submitted and paid for a course application. Students who have not applied for courses can request an ATAR statement from the VTAC website. Administrative fees apply.