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Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)

What is STAT?

The Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) is an aptitude test enabling you to demonstrate your potential for tertiary study and helping institutions make their selection decisions. There are several versions of STAT. For entry to Queensland tertiary institutions, QTAC administers the STAT Multiple Choice. This version has 70 multiple-choice questions, half of which are verbal and the other half quantitative.

Which institutions accept STAT?

The test is accepted by most tertiary institutions in Queensland and many others throughout Australia, but age restrictions and other institutional policies may apply. Before registering for the test, find out if you can use it, by referring to the Institution Policies on STAT tables below.

 

How long does it take to complete STAT?

You should allow a total of three hours to sit the test. This includes the registration process, reading period and examination time.

Do I have to study for STAT?

No. As the test is not designed to test your specific knowledge of certain subjects, you do not have to study for it. All the information is given to you in the exam. The questions focus on your ability to process, analyse and understand material presented in a variety of forms including graphs, tables, diagrams, prose and cartoons.

How can I prepare for STAT?

QTAC runs workshops to help you prepare for your STAT and assist you to get the best possible results. Refer to Workshops and Seminars on QTAC’s website for dates or phone QTAC on (07) 3858 1298 for more information.

STAT sample questions are available on the ACER website.

When and where can I sit STAT?

QTAC administers the STAT throughout the year at QTAC’s office in South Brisbane and at other Queensland venues. For information on STAT dates and venues, refer to STAT Dates.

If you want to sit the STAT interstate you must contact the relevant interstate admissions centre. Candidates in Tasmania and Albury/Wodonga should contact VTAC. If you want to sit the STAT overseas you must contact the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).

How do I register for STAT?

  • If you are applying for tertiary study in Queensland, you can register for the STAT on your QTAC application.
  • If you have already lodged a QTAC application, you can register by logging in to the Current Applicant online service.
  • If you are not applying for tertiary study in Queensland, or want to use the STAT for a future QTAC application or employment purposes, you can register online via the Non-Applicant STAT Registration.

Alternatively, you can register by phoning QTAC Information Services during office hours on 1300 GO QTAC (1300 467 822) or (07) 3858 1222.

How much does it cost to sit STAT?
For the period 1 July 2014 to 14 April 2015 the STAT fee is $145. If you register for the test online via your QTAC application or the non-applicant STAT registration, you can choose to pay by either credit card or BPAY. If paying by BPAY, please allow up to five working days for payment to be received. Candidates are not allocated to their chosen STAT sitting until payment is received in full at QTAC. Please refer to QTAC’s refund policy.

When will I receive my results?

STAT results can take a minimum of two to three weeks to be received at QTAC and applicants should allow sufficient time to have results available for offer rounds when choosing their STAT sitting.

How are my results used?

Depending on institutional policies, your STAT results may be used alone or may be combined with your professional qualifications, employment experience or Personal Competencies Assessment (PCA) to increase the selection rank based on your STAT result. A STAT result is usually only used if it improves your chances of selection, but this may not always be the case if you have performed poorly at tertiary level study. You should check with the admissions office of the institution you want to attend in this instance.

Can I resit the STAT?

You can sit the test once per STAT year. The current STAT year commenced 15 April 2014 and ends 14 April 2015. If you have sat the test more than once (in different STAT years), your highest result is usually used in assessing your QTAC application, but some institutions have different policies with respect to this where there is previous failing tertiary study. You should contact the admissions office of the institution you want to apply to for more information.

What should I do if I am unable to attend my STAT sitting due to circumstances beyond my control?
If you are unable to attend your STAT sitting due to medical reasons, a car accident en route to the exam or death of an immediate family member, QTAC will offer an alternative date for you to attend but you must supply supporting documentation such as a medical certificate, police incident report or death notice within 7 business days after the date of your STAT sitting.

 

Should I sit the STAT?

The answer depends on the qualifications you already have, and which institution you want to attend. The following information is a general guide to who should sit the test.  

You may find that STAT improves your case for tertiary entry in the following circumstances:

 

Alternative Pathways

It is recommended that you sit the STAT if you have no formal academic qualifications and you are applying for entry on the basis of alternative pathways such as employment experience and/or Personal Competencies Assessment (PCA). A STAT result can provide you with a selection rank that may be used on its own or combined with your employment experience or PCA, depending on specific institution policy. If you have completed Year 12 or equivalent but did not achieve your desired result, you may want to consider using alternative pathways including sitting the STAT. For more information refer to Alternative Pathways.

Professional Qualifications

If you are applying for entry on the basis of professional qualifications such as professional registrations or professional service such as the defence force, a STAT result may be used in combination, depending on specific institution policy. Refer to Professional or Postsecondary Qualifications for a list of the main qualifications that QTAC can assess.

Queensland Senior External Subject Examination

If you have completed a minimum of two Senior External Examination subjects a STAT result may be combined with your subject results (up to a maximum of five subjects) to increase your selection rank. Please note that although there are no age requirements to be allocated a rank for the Senior External Subject Examination on its own, age requirements may apply (and some institutions might not accept) a rank based on the combination of STAT and Senior External Subject Examination. Also some institutions have an overall age requirement for entry to their courses.

For more information about institutional policies refer to the Institution Policies on STAT tables below. For more information about the Senior External Subject Examination refer to Queensland Senior External Subject Examination.

Competency-based Training (CBT)

A number of tertiary institutions, TAFE and registered training organisations in particular, have competency-based training, whereby students receive results of 'competent' and 'not yet competent'. If you are undertaking a certificate, associate diploma, diploma, advanced diploma, or degree course in which the assessment is competency-based, it is strongly recommended that you sit the STAT to potentially improve your selection rank. Although no age requirements apply, institution policies vary regarding the use of ranks allocated on the basis of competency-based assessment, including current internal Year 12 students. Also some institutions have an overall age requirement for entry to their courses. For more information about institutional policies, refer to the Institution Policies on STAT tables below.

 

A STAT result is only used to upgrade your selection rank if you achieve competency in all subjects undertaken. It is not used if some subjects are 'not yet competent'. If this is the case, it is important that you repeat the subject and achieve competency as soon as possible. If your course is a combination of graded and competency-based assessment, it still may be advantageous to sit the STAT if at least one quarter of your assessment is competency-based. For more information refer to Upgrading via Competency-based Training.

 

Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation (CATP)

The Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation (CATP) is a preparatory course conducted by TAFE Queensland and some private providers. A STAT result can be combined with the results from this certificate to improve your selection rank. No age requirement applies to combining the STAT with the Certificate IV in ATP, but some institutions have an overall age requirement for entry to their courses. For more information about institutional policies, refer to the Institution Policies on STAT tables below.

10397NAT CATP (since 2014): To be awarded this certificate, students must successfully complete 9 elective units, the majority of which must be completed specialisations (comprising results in all required elective units) and one of those must be the specialisation Language and Learning. Specialisations may comprise two or three elective units of equal weighting. Some institutions will combine the STAT with an incomplete 10397NAT CATP as long as a minimum of two full specialisations have been completed (comprising results in all required elective units).

39260QLD CATP (2008-2014): To be awarded this certificate, students must have successfully completed 10 modules, the majority of which must be completed subjects (comprising results in all required modules) and one of those must be the subject Language and Learning Skills. Subjects may comprise two or three modules of equal weighting. Some institutions will combine the STAT with an incomplete 39260QLD CATP as long as a minimum of two full subjects have been completed (comprising results in all required modules). 

A STAT result may also be combined with results from other preparatory/bridging courses. Check with the admissions office of the institution you intend to apply to.

Subject prerequisites

The STAT may also be used to satisfy some subject prerequisites. For example, a good STAT result may satisfy the English subject prerequisite and a good score in the quantitative subsection of the STAT may satisfy the mathematics subject prerequisite for some institutions, but you should check with the admissions office of the institution you intend to apply to. Age requirements may apply. For more information refer to Satisfying the English Subject Prerequisite.

Generally, current Year 12s are not able to sit the STAT to satisfy subject prerequisites.

English Language Proficiency

Courses offered through QTAC are conducted in the English language and require students to have proficiency in the English language. If English is not your first language and you have not previously undertaken secondary or tertiary study that was taught in English in a country approved by and to a level set by the institution, you must demonstrate your English language proficiency. The STAT can be used to satisfy English language proficiency for some institutions. For example, a good overall STAT result or a good score in the verbal sub score may satisfy English language proficiency for some institutions. For more information refer to English Language Proficiency.

 

Institution Policies on STAT - 2014/2015 Admissions

STAT on its own or STAT combined with employment and/or PCA are generally not an acceptable pathway for current Year 12s.  For more information it is essential that you check with the admissions office of the institution you wish to attend.

The information in the following tables is subject to change. 

 

Australian Catholic University

Australian Maritime College

Bond University (B Medicine, B Surgery)

Christian Heritage College

CQUniversity

Griffith University

James Cook University

Queensland Institute of Business and Technology

Queensland University Technology

SAE Creative Media Institute

Southern Cross University

TAFE Queensland

The University of Queensland

University of New England

University of Southern Queensland

University of the Sunshine Coast

 

Australian Catholic University

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency-based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 21* but not for current Year 12s

 

Yes - if 21*

 

Yes.

ACU does not accept AQF Certificate III for non Year 12 applicants.

 

 

 

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 159 or better or 157 or better in the verbal sub score.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 155 or better in the verbal sub score.

Applicants must be 21*.

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

Not satisfactory.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

Australian Maritime College

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 21* (except for Engineering programs).

 

 

 

Yes

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

 

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 159 or better or 156 or better in the verbal sub score.


Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 152 or better in the verbal sub score.


No minimum age to sit STAT to satisfy subject prerequisites but 17* is the minimum age for entry to courses.


Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

Not satisfactory.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

Bond University (B Medicine, B Surgery - undergraduate and graduate entry)

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

No

 

Not satisfactory

Not satisfactory.

 

 

 

 

Christian Heritage College

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - but not for current Year 12s

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

Yes

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

 

B Education (Primary), B Education (Secondary), B Arts/B Education (Secondary):

Overall score of 157 or better or 155 or better in the verbal sub score if 18 by 31 January 2015 for semester 1, 2015 entry & 1 July 2015 for semester 2, 2015 entry & not a current Year 12.

All other courses: not applicable

 

Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary): not satisfactory.

All other courses: 154 or better overall or 154 or better in the verbal subscore.

 

Test results valid for two years.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

CQUniversity Australia

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for current Year 12s

 

 

 

Yes - if 18*

 

 

 

Yes

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

Overall score of 155 or better and applicant must be 18*.

Results are to be no more than two years old.

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

Speech pathology, paramedic science, medical imaging, medical sonography programs, occupational therapy, oral health, physiotherapy, podiatry practice, science (chiropractic), all engineering, engineering and professional practice, and engineering technology programs: not satisfactory

All other courses: Overall score of 155 or better & must be 18 on or before 31 December in year of tertiary application.

Test results valid for two years.

 

 

 

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below..

 

 

Griffith University

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 21* but not for B Oral Health in Dental Science, B Science with Honours, B Biomedical Science with Honours, all graduate and masters education programs, and all graduate entry law programs.

 

 

Yes

 

 

 

Education, nursing and midwifery programs: not satisfactory.

All other courses:

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - overall score of 159 or better or 156 or better in the verbal sub score.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 152 or better in the verbal sub score.

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

Not satisfactory

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

James Cook University

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for B Medicine/B Surgery, B Dental Surgery, B Physiotherapy, B Veterinary Science.

 

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

 

Yes - if 18* but not for B Medicine/B Surgery, B Dental Surgery, B Physiotherapy, B Veterinary Science.

 

 

 

 

 

B Medicine/B Surgery, B Dental Surgery, B Physiotherapy or B Veterinary Science: not satisfactory

 

All other courses:

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - overall score of 159 or better or 156 or better in the verbal sub score.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - overall score of 157 or better or 152 or better in the verbal sub score.

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

B Medicine/B Surgery, B Dental Surgery, B Physiotherapy or B Veterinary Science: not satisfactory

 

 

All other courses:

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 -
Overall score of 157 or better or 156 or better in the verbal subscore.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 152 or better in the verbal subscore.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

Queensland Institute of Business and Technology

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for current Year 12s.

 

Yes - if 18*

 

Yes.

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

Not applicable (QIBT does not have English subject prerequisites)

 

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 156 or better in the verbal subscore.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 154 or better or 150 or better in the verbal subscore.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

Queensland University Technology

QUT accepts Alternative Entry for all courses except those with special entry requirements ie Dean's Scholars, fine arts and music courses requiring auditions, portfolios or interviews, and graduate and diploma entry programs.

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

No.

 

 

Yes - but not for current Year 12s.

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

Contact QUT Admissions on

(07) 3138 2000 for information.

 

 

Competency based training: Yes


Cert IV Adult Tertiary Preparation: Yes, if 3, 4 or 5 subjects (or full specialisations) & Language and Learning has been successfully completed (refer to CATP above for more information).

 

Not applicable ( QUT does not have English subject prerequisites)

 

Not satisfactory

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

SAE Creative Media Institute

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not applicable (SAE does not have English subject prerequisites)

 

Not satisfactory

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

Southern Cross University

(STAT results are only valid for ten years.)

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for current Year 12s

No

No

No

Not applicable (SCU does not have English subject prerequisites)

Not satisfactory.

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

TAFE Queensland

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes. Although TAFE Qld does not have an age requirement for using STAT on its own or in combination, for entry to courses, applicants must have either completed Year 12 or attained Year 12 leaving age (16 for some certificate IV courses).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not applicable (TAFE Queensland does not have English subject prerequisites)

 

Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 nursing), Diploma of Paramedical Science (Anaesthesia), Diploma of Dental Technology and Associate Degree in Civil Engineering: not satisfactory


All other courses: 155 or better in the verbal subscore.


Test results are only valid for two years.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

The University of Queensland

(UQ will NOT accept STAT or STAT combined with the following qualifications as a pathway for applicants who have undertaken the equivalent of one year of full-time bachelor or higher level study.)

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for current Year 12s.

 

UQ will only combine PCA with STAT for applicants who are 18* and not currently completing Year 12. This rank is capped at 90.

UQ will not combine STAT with employment experience.

No.

UQ will not combine STAT with professional qualifications.

No.

 

Competency based training: Yes.


Cert IV Adult Tertiary Preparation: Yes, if certificate is complete (refer to CATP above for information about what constitutes a completed certificate)

 

 

 

Laws (including dual programs), pharmacy, dental science, oral health, speech pathology, physiotherapy, veterinary science, occupational therapy, nursing, midwifery and MD provisional entry programs: not satisfactory

 

All other courses:

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - overall score of 154 or better if 18* and not currently completing Year 12.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - overall score of 149 or better if 18* and not currently completing Year 12.

 

Laws (including graduate entry and dual programs), pharmacy, dental science, oral health, speech pathology, physiotherapy, veterinary science, occupational therapy, nursing, midwifery and MD provisional entry programs and Master of Teaching (Primary) and Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary):  not satisfactory

 

All other undergraduate programs:  Overall score of 149 or better for applicants 18* and not currently completing a senior program.



Test results are only valid for two years
.

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

University of New England

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 17* but not for B Laws (Graduate Entry) or current Year 12s.

STAT results are only valid for three years.

 

 

Yes - if 17* but not for B Laws (Graduate Entry)

STAT results are only valid for three years.

 

Yes


(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

 

Not applicable (UNE does not have English subject prerequisites).

Not satisfactory

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

 

University of Southern Queensland
STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - but not for current Year 12s

 

Yes

 

 

 

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - overall score of 159 or better or 156 or better in the verbal sub score.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 152 or better in the verbal sub score. 

Not satisfactory

 

 

 

 

University of the Sunshine Coast

 

STAT accepted on its own

 

 

STAT combined with employment experience or PCA

 

 

STAT combined with professional qualifications
STAT combined with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 Senior External Examination subjects

 

 

STAT combined with competency based training or Certificate IV in Adult Tertiary Preparation      

STAT to satisfy the English subject prerequisite

 

STAT to satisfy English Language Proficiency

Yes - if 18* but not for current Year 12s

 

Yes - if 18*

 

Yes

(17* is the minimum age required for entry to courses)

 

 

 

Sittings prior to 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 159 or better or 157 or better in the verbal sub score.

Sittings from 22 April 2010 - Overall score of 157 or better or 155 or better in the verbal sub score.

Not satisfactory for current Year 12s.

 

Not satisfactory

 

* The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the Institution age requirements table below.

 

Institution Age requirements - 2014/2015 Admissions

The dates by which age requirements must be met depend on entry semester. Refer to the list of dates below.

 

Institution

 

Semester 3, 2013

 

Semester 1, 2014

 

Semester 2, 2014

 

Australian Catholic University

 

Not applicable

 

1 January 2015

 

1 July 2015

 

Australian Maritime College

 

Not applicable

 

1 January 2015

 

1 June 2015

Christian Heritage College

Not applicable 31 January 2015 30 June 2015

CQUniversity Australia

 

1 November 2014

 

31 January 2015

 

1 July 2015

 

Griffith University

 

Not applicable

 

1 January 2015

 

1 June 2015

 

James Cook University

Not applicable

1 February 2015

1 July 2015

Queensland Institute of Business and Technology

 

31 October 2014

1 March 2015

1 June 2015

Queensland University of Technology

Not applicable 1 February 2015 1 July 2015
SAE Creative Media Institute

22 September 2014 9 February 2015 1 June 2015

Southern Cross University

 

1 March 2014

 

1 March 2015

 

1 March 2015

 

TAFE Queensland

 

Not applicable 1 January 2015 1 July 2015

The University of Queensland

 

Not applicable

 

1 February 2015

 

1 July 2015

 

University of New England

 

Not applicable

 

1 February 2015

 

30 June 2015

 

University of the Sunshine Coast

 

November 2014

 

31 December 2014

 

30 June 2015

 

 

This information was correct as at 16 September 2014.

 


 

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