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HSC Results 2015: Chinan Tertiary Admission Rank releasedvideo

MORE than 70,000 NSW HSC students will this morning find out their n Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR),the rank NSW and ACT universities use to select school leavers for their courses.
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Students can visit the Universities Admissions Centre’s website oruse the free mobile app My UAC to find out their ATAR from 9am.

This year,46 students received the top ATAR of 99.95.

Of these students, 21 were female and 25 were male; they came from a mix of government and non-government schools and studied a wide range of courses.

A total of 16.5 per cent of students received an ATAR of 90or above, 32.7 per cent received an ATAR of at least 80and 48.1 per cent at least 70.

The median ATAR was 68.7 this year, slightly lower than in 2014.

The median ATAR for females was 70.75 whereas the median ATAR for males was 66.35.

To achieve a middle ATAR, students generally needed to be in the middle of their courses and receive HSC marks between 70 and 80.

UAC Director ofInformation ServicesKim Paino said students who didn’t receive the ATAR they hoped for should not lose heart.

“You can still leave your first preference in place because cut-offs do change from year to year,” Ms Paino said.

“Carefully consider your lower preferences to make sure you include courses that have lower cut-offs than your ATAR. Remember that many students don’t go straight into their first preference in their first year after school, and instead start in a more general degree and apply to transfer after a year of study.”

Ms Paino said someuniversities hadfoundation or pathways programs that couldlead to entry into a degree course.

Students may also study atTAFE or a private college, which usually don’trequire an ATAR for admission.

Students may beeligible for bonus points for some courses at some institutions, which means theycould get an offer to a course even though their ATAR is below the cut-off.

“If your ATAR is higher than expected, think carefully about what you want to do next year,” she said.

“Try to resist any advice that you shouldn’t ‘waste’ your ATAR on a course that has a much lower cutoff than your ATAR. It’s your ATAR so it’s your choice.”

Students need to have theirfinal list of preferences locked in with UAC by midnight on January 6, 2016.

The Main Round of offers will be made January 20, 2016.

This year, 55,734 students were eligible for an ATAR, which is252 more than in 2014.

ATAR Advice Notices will arrive in the mail from Friday.

UAC’s ATAR Enquiry Centre on1300 692 827or from mobiles on9119 5012 is open from 8.30am on Thursday.

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