Getting your results

Access your 2017 ATAR
To log in, you'll need your Year 12 student number and your UAC PIN.
2017 NSW HSC students can download and print their ATAR Advice Notice free of charge until Wednesday 28 February 2018.

 

2017 NSW HSC students

ATARs are calculated for all ATAR-eligible students. They are released only to you and the institutions to which you have applied.

You can access your ATAR by logging in to this website or the My UAC app from 9am on Friday 15 December 2017. To log in, you’ll need your Year 12 student number and your UAC PIN

When you view your ATAR you’ll also be able to see a list of the ATAR courses you studied and their category, and the number of units of each ATAR course that contributed to the calculation of your ATAR.

If you receive an ATAR between 0.00 and 30.00, your ATAR will be recorded as ‘30 or less’. If you haven’t met the requirements of the ATAR, your ATAR will be recorded as ‘not eligible’.

2017 ACT Year 12 students

The ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies will issue your ACT Senior Secondary Certificate and Tertiary Entrance Statement (including ATAR) on Tuesday 12 December 2017. You can collect them from your college.

You will also be able to access your ATAR by logging in to this website or the My UAC app from 9am on Friday 15 December 2017. To log in, you’ll need your Year 12 student number and your UAC PIN

Information about the calculation of the ACT ATAR is available from the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies.

2017 ATAR Advice Notice

When you log in to view your ATAR, you can also download and print your ATAR Advice Notice free of charge until Wednesday 28 February 2018.

Previous NSW HSC students

You can purchase a replacement ATAR Advice Notice from the UAC Shop.

ATAR Advice Notices are only available for people who have completed a NSW HSC and who have previously been issued an ATAR. You can call our office to check if you were eligible for an ATAR. This does not include Tertiary Preparation Certificates or Foundation Studies courses, or Year 12 qualifications completed in other states.