## What is a good ATAR score in Australia?

The ATAR is a number from 0 and 99.95 in intervals of 0.05. The highest rank is 99.95, the next highest 99.90, and so on. The lowest automatically reported rank is 30.00, with ranks below 30.00 being reported as ‘less than 30’. Find out more about how ATARs are calculated.

What is the most common ATAR score?

around 70.00
The average ATAR is usually around 70.00. If every school student went on to achieve an ATAR, the average ATAR would be 50.00. But because some students leave school early and the ones who stay on to receive an ATAR are a smaller, more academically able group, the average ATAR is higher.

How hard is it to get an 80 ATAR?

Your rank is based on how you went compared to other Year 12 students. So even if your test scores are lower than you’d hoped, if you’re still ranked in the top 20% of students, then you’ll receive an ATAR of 80. As long as you try your best with what you have, chances are, you’ll do better than you expect.

### Is an 89 ATAR good?

Roughly and depending on a range of personal factors, the 85-95 ATAR range is the perfect place to aim for.

Is it possible to get an 85 ATAR?

I think to get an 85 ATAR you need scaled scores in the mid 30s in your top 4, you don’t need any scaled scores above 40 or even in the high 30s. I just checked the aggregate to ATAR conversion sheet for 2021, and for an ATAR of 85 you needed an aggregate of 145.

Is 85 ATAR hard to get?

NSW. In NSW in 2020, the aggregate required for an 85 ATAR was just above 340. This corresponds to an average scaled score per unit of 34 across 10 units (including two English units).

#### Is a 90 ATAR good?

ATARs range from 00.00 to 99.95 and compare your child’s performance with their cohort on a percentile basis. An ATAR of 90 means that your child did better than 90% of their peers.

Is a 90 high for ATAR?

Is 90 a good ATAR score?

## What grades do I need for an 85 ATAR?

Is 85 a hard ATAR to get?

How difficult is it to get an 80 ATAR?

### How to calculate ATAR score?

To Calculate your ATAR score – Select your courses and enter your school marks To Breakdown/Reverse Engineer your ATAR: By ATAR – Enter your ATAR goal, select your courses and discover the marks you’ll need By Uni & Degree – Enter your University and desired degree and discover the ATAR score and marks you’ll to need to acquire it.

What is Atar and Atar?

ATAR or ATAR-equivalent scores are published by the universities and indicate the score a school leaver needs to achieve to receive an offer. Some are fixed while others are estimated scores based on final cut-offs for 2019 or 2020 applicants.

What is the highest and lowest rank on the Atar?

The highest rank is 99.95, the next highest 99.90, and so on. The lowest automatically reported rank is 30.00, with ranks below 30.00 being reported as ‘less than 30’. Find out more about how ATARs are calculated.

#### How does Queensland rank Year 12 students using the Atar?

Until 2019, however, Queensland ranked Year 12 students using the Overall Position (OP) measure. The table below shows how the ATAR equated to Queensland OPs in 2018. This table should only be used as a guide to how ATARs and OPs equated; the comparisons were reconfigured each year.