ATAR results

79 days until ATAR results.

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What ATAR do you think you'll get?
>99
10%
99 to 95
11%
95 to 90
16%
90 to 85
15%
85 to 80
12%
80 to 75
10%
75 to 70
7%
70 to 60
8%
< 60
11%
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Instructions: Select your courses. Enter your HSC marks or estimates.

Press calculate to estimate your ATAR.

This calculator is based upon actual HSC published data for the NSW HSC exams.

The ATAR equivalent is shown for each subject to help you compare your HSC courses.

Please note: Your best 2 units of English are included in the ATAR calculations. Not all subject combinations are eligible for an ATAR. Only one HSC category B course is allowed. This ATAR calculator estimates rankings for purposes of comparison. Please check with your school advisor for actual HSC subject selections if you intend to study at university.

This calculator is based upon pre 2011 HSC scaled data. How much does the ATAR vary from year to year?

Each year a new group of students sits for each HSC subject. This produces variation in HSC results and final ATAR calculations.

The most accurate ATAR calculator are the results produced by the University Admissions Centre which uses actual HSC raw data for the current year.

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