How do I find out my VCE study score?
How can I get my results through the app? To access your VCE results and ATAR using the app you will need to download the app to your device. To access your VCE results and ATAR from the app, you must enter your VCAA student number and the password you created when registering for the service.
Is 32 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%.
How do I find my VSN?
Obtaining a copy of your VSN If you have left school, you may obtain a copy of your VSN by emailing the Victorian Student Number operations team at [email protected] You will need to attach a photo or a scanned copy of your legal photo identification, such as a passport, driver’s license or learner’s permit.
What VCE score is a pass?
There is no pass or fail ATAR. Every VCE student who receives an ATAR has successfully completed the VCE. An ATAR of 50.00 is not the pass rank, nor is it the average rank. An ATAR of 50.00 means you have performed better than 50 per cent of the year 12 age group.
What happens if your ATAR is below 30?
If your ATAR is recorded as: − ’30 or less’, your ATAR is between 0.00 and 30.00 − ‘not eligible’, you haven’t met the requirements of the ATAR.
What is a Year 12 student number?
You will be assigned a NESA Student Number by your school, which NESA uses to identify you. If you have forgotten your NESA student number, contact your school. Your account will show all your important details including: date of birth. your address.
What is a student number?
Student identification is the unique number assigned to all full-time and part-time students at a post-secondary institution. All students receive an identification card, with their name, ID number and a photo of themselves displayed. This identifier will often be used in place of personal information such as name.
What is a good ATAR score 2020?
ATAR Entry Score University Rankings 2020
|University of Melbourne||92.35||92.23|
|University of Sydney||91.35||85.45|
|University of New South Wales||85||83.67|
|Australian National University||86||82|