Minimum selection thresholds

Minimum selection thresholds

Entry to many courses is competitive – the number of places available in the course may be smaller than the pool of people applying for entry to the course.

Places for eligible applicants to a course are allocated in order of the applicant’s entry score (OP/rank) until the places are filled. When the last place in the course is filled, the OP score or rank of the last applicant offered a place becomes the ‘minimum selection threshold’ – the minimum adjusted score needed to be considered for admission to a program.

The minimum selection threshold required for admission is based on the previous year's Semester 1 intake period. It varies from year to year.

 

Page last updated 20 Jun 2018