# How many subjects do you have to do in VCE?

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16 subjects

## How many subjects do you take in year 11?

Some of you are already doing a year 11 subject, meaning you’ll get to complete six subjects by the end of year 12 instead of four or five. This also means you’ve already got a taste of VCE/SACE/WACE/HSC.

Can I get a 99 Atar?

Like an OP1, getting a 99 ATAR or even that elusive 99.95 ATAR isn’t impossible. It’s a process that involves a lot of passion for learning and commitment to constant improvement.

Is an ATAR of 75 good?

An ATAR is a rank given in increments of 0.05 between 0.0 and 99.95, meaning that a score of 75 puts you in the top 25 per cent of your state.

99.95

### What grades do you need to get an ATAR of 99?

For instance, to be on target for an ATAR of 99+, you only need to be average in 4U Maths, whereas you would need to be in the top 3% of 2U Maths. The last proviso “that you are a capable of” is very important. There is no point doing a high scaling Maths course if you cannot do it.

How hard is it to get a 90 Atar?

Honestly it isnt so hard to get a 90+ atar, as around 16.5% of people who did the HSC in 2014 got an atar of 90.00 or higher. (Source) It is just about performing better than the top 16% of the state. Simple as that. Doing subjects you excel at and trying really hard will get you there if you are a capable individual.

What grades get you a 70 Atar?

you won’t get 70. if you manage to get/stay above average in everything, you’ll get around 76-81.

#### Is 91 a good Atar?

The ATAR – Australian Tertiary Admission Rank – is exactly that. An ATAR score of 60 doesn’t mean you got 60 per cent as a grade. It actually means you’re in the top 40 per cent of your year group. Similarly, an ATAR score of 90 means you’re placed in the top 10 per cent of your year.

#### Does America have Atar?

The US colleges will not use an ATAR. Not worth your time. They’ll only understand SAT scores and GPA.

Does America have HSC?

USA equivalent of Year 12 American Year 12 students are usually much more laid back and relaxed in their final year of high school in comparison to our Aussie Year 12 kids. Many students go on to complete the Advanced placement or the International baccalaureate as their HSC.