Australian Tertiary Admission Rank

How to get your ATAR

Log in to view your 2023 ATAR: available until midnight 18 March 2024.

You'll need your Year 12 student number and UAC PIN to log in.

If you've lost your NSW Year 12 student number, call NESA on 1300 13 83 23. If you've lost your UAC PIN, call UAC on (02) 9752 0200.

When you view your ATAR, download and save your official 2023 ATAR Advice Notice. It's free until 18 March 2024: after that you will need to buy it through the UAC Shop at a cost of $70.

NSW HSC students will also have their ATAR issued as a digital credential: instructions on how to claim your credential.

Frequently asked questions about the ATAR

January Round 1 lowest selection ranks: the lowest selection rank – ATAR plus adjustment factors – that could have resulted in an offer to each course in January Round 1.

2023 NSW HSC students

ATARs are calculated for all ATAR-eligible students.

How to view your ATAR on this website

You can access your ATAR via this website on 14 December 2023. You'll need your Year 12 student number and UAC PIN.

Your Year 12 student number: Your 8-digit student number was issued to you by NESA. If you've lost it, call NESA on 1300 13 83 23.

Your UAC PIN: Your 4-digit UAC PIN will be emailed to you on 5 April. It is different to your HSC PIN. If you lose your UAC PIN, call us on (02) 9752 0200.

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

You'll also be able to download and save your official ATAR Advice Notice.

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’.

How to claim your ATAR digital credential in CredFolio

CredFolio is a free digital wallet in which you can receive your ATAR as a digital credential. This means you will always have immediate access to your ATAR, wherever you are and whenever you need it.

With the CredFolio digital wallet, you can also safely store and access other digital credentials issued to you there, create personalised portfolios and share your achievements: all in one place and on your terms.

Follow these instructions to set up your CredFolio digital wallet and claim your ATAR:

  1. A couple of days before ATARs are released, CredFolio will send you an email inviting you to register. It will include a link to set up your account and a unique registration code. Follow the instructions to register. If you're a UAC applicant, the email will be sent to the address you enter in your application. If you're not a UAC applicant, the email will be sent to the address you registered with NESA.
  2. Once you're registered, you’ll be able to access your account through the CredFolio phone app (available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store). If you prefer, you can keep using the web app.
  3. On 14 December (ATAR release day) you will be sent an email confirming that UAC has issued your ATAR to your CredFolio wallet. Open the web or phone app and view your new credential.

Previous NSW HSC students

You can buy a printed or replacement ATAR Advice Notice (with free digital version) from the UAC Shop.

Note that the digital version is only available for ATARs received from 2009 onwards.

2022 NSW HSC students: You can have your ATAR issued to your CredFolio digital wallet for free. To request this, submit an online enquiry form and include your:

  • full name
  • date of birth
  • NESA student number
  • up-to-date email address
  • previous email address (if any) registered with NESA before ATAR release.

You will then receive an email inviting you to register for a CredFolio account. Simply follow the instructions in the email to complete the process and access your ATAR credential. Once you're registered, you’ll be able to access your account through the CredFolio phone app (available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store).

2023 ACT Year 12 students

The ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies will issue your ACT Senior Secondary Certificate and Tertiary Entrance Statement (including ATAR).

You'll also be able to access your ATAR by logging in to this website. You'll need your Year 12 student number and UAC PIN.

Your Year 12 student number: Your 7-digit student number was issued to you by the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies.

Your UAC PIN: Your 4-digit UAC PIN will be emailed to you on 5 April. If you've lost your UAC PIN, call us on (02) 9752 0200.

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