The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank or ATAR plays a significant role for secondary school students who plan to pursue higher education. It is a standard measure of a student's overall academic achievement that indicates their position relative to all the students in their age group, determining who gets offered a university course.
- In each state university admissions centres have different eligibility requirements for receiving an ATAR
- Across the country, the average ATAR score is usually around 70.00 out of 99.95
- Some universities are offering alternative pathways like an early entry scheme or a transfer
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