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QTAC introduces My Path, a free online tool designed to assist Year 10 students plan their next step toward their future.

My Path is the result of research and academic collaboration with industry experts to ensure a robust and user-friendly tool for students, parents, and teachers.

My Path can help everyone planning their senior subjects – whether they intend to go to university, do an apprenticeship, undertake further training or launch straight into a career.

Starting as an online SET Planning tool, My Path will help students choose their subjects based on their skills, preferences and goals.

For those students intending on continuing into tertiary study, My Path will also determine ATAR eligibility and whether a student meets their chosen course prerequisites.

Log in to My Path

 

My Path - SCHOOL STAFF My Path - STUDENTS

 

Please note My Path is not supported on Internet Explorer.

It is recommended that you utilise the Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox internet browsers to ensure full functionality.

On 21 June 2019, the Department of Education  deployed Google Chrome Enterprise to departmental computers and laptops.

Launching the Google Chrome browser can be done via the new eLearn desktop shortcut.

ELearn

If the departmental device is missing the eLearn icon or Google Chrome icon, it can be installed via https://www.google.com/chrome/

Further information for departmental employees regarding Chrome Enterprise can be found via the department’s Service Centre Online (refer to KBA0029284).

 

 

Helpful information

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If you are aiming for an ATAR for tertiary study entry, Queensland universities have decided that the following rules will apply.

  1. Only General English subjects or Applied English subjects can be included in the ATAR but not both. For example, it is not possible to include both English (a General subject) and Essential English (an Applied subject) in a student’s ATAR.
  2. Only General Mathematics subjects or Applied Mathematics subjects can be included in the ATAR but not both. For example, it is not possible to include both Mathematical Methods (a General subject) and Essential Mathematics (an Applied subject) in a student’s ATAR.
  3. Only one result for the same subject taken as a General subject and via Senior External Examination can be included in the ATAR. For example, it is not possible to include both the General subject Chinese and the Senior External Examination subject Chinese in a student’s ATAR.  Similarly, it is not possible to include both the General subject Biology and the Senior External Examination subject Biology in a student’s ATAR.

Your school may allow you to study several English, Maths and language subjects and that’s fine, but make sure you discuss the rules with your Year Coordinator or Careers Advisors so you understand what will count towards your ATAR – and what won’t. 

My Path will check for the correct English subject and other four subjects for your ATAR, and if we see anything weird in your study plan, we will contact your school to sort it out.

Good luck! The My Path team. 

 

 

 

White paper

Download the white paper My Path: the rationale behind the results (PDF 64.2MB).

 

 

MEETING PREREQUISITES FOR 2021

Tertiary prerequisites, assumed knowledge and recommended study

For reference, below is tertiary prerequisite information by institution. These documents include details on prerequisites, assumed knowledge and recommended study for courses starting 2021.

Understanding Prerequisites (PDF 65.3KB)

Australian Catholic University prerequisite information (PDF 197.3KB)

Australian Maritime College prerequisite information (PDF 122KB)

Bond University prerequisite information (PDF 92.6KB)

Christian Heritage College prerequisite information (PDF 143.4KB) 

Central Queensland University prerequisite information (PDF 493KB)

Griffith College prerequisite information (PDF 119.4KB)

Griffith University prerequisite information (PDF 210.5KB)

James Cook University prerequisite information (PDF 150.5KB)

Queensland University of Technology prerequisite and assumed knowledge information (PDF 139.7KB)

SAE Creative Media Institute prerequisite information (PDF 96.5KB)

Southern Cross University prerequisite information (PDF 129.6KB)

University of New England prerequisite information (PDF 119.7KB)

TAFE Queensland prerequisite information  (PDF 145.1KB)

The University of Queensland prerequisite information (PDF 287.7KB)

University of Southern Queensland prerequisite information (PDF 132.1KB)

University of the Sunshine Coast prerequisite information (PDF 460.3KB)

 

Page last updated 05 Aug 2019


Page last updated 05 Aug 2019