QTAC is pleased to introduce My Path!
The first of its kind, My Path is an innovative tool that helps Year 10 students choose their senior subjects, determine their ATAR eligibility and check whether their senior subject selection will meet prerequisites for courses they may want to pursue after Year 12.
New to My Path in 2019, this program will also assist with post secondary planning for those students who are not tertiary bound.
My Path enables access to the most up-to-date tertiary prerequisite information available.
Important Information for My Path 2019
My Path will open on Monday 15 July 2019.
Online program enhancements will include support to all students who are destined for employment, vocation or tertiary study.
QTAC Year 10 Guide
The QTAC Year 10 Guide will be available free of charge as an eBook from Monday 15 July - check back here soon!
Log in to My Path
My Path will be available to students from 15 July 2019.
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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.
- Only General English subjects or Applied English subjects can be included in the ATAR, but not both
- Only General Maths subjects or Applied Maths subjects can be included in the ATAR, but not both
- Within General subjects, only one type of language subject studied at General or assessed via Senior Examination only can be included in the ATAR calculation.
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.
Download the white paper My Path: the rationale behind the results (PDF 64.2MB).
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 20 Jun 2019