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HSC results 2016: The schools punching above their weight - The Sydney Morning Herald;

HSC results 2016: The schools punching above their weight - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldHSC results 2016: The schools punching above their weightThe Sydney Morning HeraldIn a country town at the edge of the Warrumbungles in NSW's northwest, a tiny high school is punching well above its weight in the HSC. Judged against similar schools by socioeconomic background, Coonabarabran High's HSC results put it in the state's ...and more »

Here Are The ATAR Changes All Students Need To Know About - BuzzFeed News;

Here Are The ATAR Changes All Students Need To Know About - BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed NewsHere Are The ATAR Changes All Students Need To Know AboutBuzzFeed NewsStrap in Year 12 students. Your ATAR – and how you apply for university courses – is about to change. For the better. Share On facebook Share · Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin · Share On email; Share On link. Share This Link. Share On ...and more »

GWS Giants' Erin McKinnon scores over 90 in HSC ATAR - dailytelegraph.com.au;

GWS Giants' Erin McKinnon scores over 90 in HSC ATAR - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auGWS Giants' Erin McKinnon scores over 90 in HSC ATARdailytelegraph.com.auErin McKinnon will be pulling on the boots for the Greater Western Sydney Giants in the new AFL Woman's competition set to kick off next year. Erin pictured at the Giant's Sydney Olympic park home base. GWS Giants player Erin McKinnon earned the honour ...and more »

ATAR 2016: 55000 NSW students receive their university admissions rank - The Sydney Morning Herald;

ATAR 2016: 55000 NSW students receive their university admissions rank - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldATAR 2016: 55000 NSW students receive their university admissions rankThe Sydney Morning HeraldNatalie Teh nearly "had a heart attack," a pair of Sydney twins took home nearly identical marks, and Alana Adamus' exotic Persian shorthaired cat looked as nervous as she was. Four-digits provoked those responses across NSW on ...and more »

Girls outperform boys in ATAR - EducationHQ Australia;

Girls outperform boys in ATAR - EducationHQ Australia

EducationHQ AustraliaGirls outperform boys in ATAREducationHQ AustraliaNew South Wales HSC students who missed the cut-off for university admission following the release of the ATARs are being reminded that many other options exist. SYDNEY, Dec 16 - More than 55,000 students received their ATARs (Australian Tertiary ...and more »

ATAR 2016: Who scored the perfect results? - dailytelegraph.com.au;

ATAR 2016: Who scored the perfect results? - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auATAR 2016: Who scored the perfect results?dailytelegraph.com.auMORE than 55,000 students have this morning finally found out their ATAR, with an impressive 46 perfect scores. Boys made up the majority of that list with 33 reaching 99.95. An incredible nine came from James Ruse Agricultural High School which has ...and more »

Government to force universities to publish real ATAR requirements or face funding cuts - ABC Online;

Government to force universities to publish real ATAR requirements or face funding cuts - ABC Online

ABC OnlineGovernment to force universities to publish real ATAR requirements or face funding cutsABC OnlineIt should soon be easier for aspiring university students to work out which course they can enter. Key points: Changes follow a review by the Higher Education Standards Panel; Simon Birmingham says if universities do not comply he could cut their ...and more »

ATAR results revealed to NSW students after HSC exams - Daily Mail;

ATAR results revealed to NSW students after HSC exams - Daily Mail

Daily MailATAR results revealed to NSW students after HSC examsDaily MailNSW students are receiving their HSC ranking after years of gruelling over the textbooks, as one teen said she was going to 'have a heart attack' when she got her 99.9 score. 50,000 students across the state are receiving their ATAR university entrance ...and more »

Awful ATAR result? Why you shouldn't panic - NEWS.com.au;

Awful ATAR result? Why you shouldn't panic - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auAwful ATAR result? Why you shouldn't panicNEWS.com.auWHEN Anna Nguyen received her ATAR score, she was horrified. It was far lower than she had expected from her HSC results, and at 67.4 - while far from the worst score, it meant she could only get into her ninth-choice university. Two years on, the ...and more »

Live: ATAR results 2016 - 50000 NSW students get their university entrance ranks - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Live: ATAR results 2016 - 50000 NSW students get their university entrance ranks - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldLive: ATAR results 2016 - 50000 NSW students get their university entrance ranksThe Sydney Morning HeraldPlease support The Sydney Morning Herald by adding us to your ad-blocker's whitelist. Find Out How · facebook SHARE · twitter TWEET · email · google-plus · linkedin · reddit; More. Live coverage of the 2016 ATAR release. Want to ...and more »

Girls outperform boys in ATAR - Herald Sun

Girls outperform boys in ATARHerald SunNSW HSC students who missed the cut-off for university admission following the release of the ATARs are being reminded that many other options exist. More than 55,000 students received their ATARs (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) at 9am on Friday, ...and more »

ATAR next steps: where to get academic advice - WAtoday;

ATAR next steps: where to get academic advice - WAtoday

WAtodayATAR next steps: where to get academic adviceWAtodayIs your ATAR higher or lower than you need? Don't quite know what to do next? Academic advice about what and where to study is available to all intending uni students. Here's where. Friday, December 16. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on ...and more »

The ATAR changes you need to know about - The Sydney Morning Herald;

The ATAR changes you need to know about - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldThe ATAR changes you need to know aboutThe Sydney Morning HeraldOn Friday, the ATAR, that opaque, abstract four-digit number will once again pop up on screens around NSW, as 55,000 students find out if they are likely to have scored the minimum marks required to gain entry to university. But this year is also ...and more »