ATARs will be released at 9am on Thursday 15 December 2022.
December Round 2, on Thursday 22 December, is the first offer round for Year 12 students based on ATARs.
The change of preference deadline for December Round 2 is 11.59pm on Friday 16 December.
Students access their ATAR by logging in via UAC’s website. They’ll need their NESA Year 12 student number and UAC PIN to log in.
When students view their ATAR, they can download their official ATAR Advice Notice. It’s free until Sunday 12 March 2023: after this date they’ll need to buy it from the UAC Shop.
This year students will also be able to access and store their ATAR in a digital wallet, CredFolio, as part of UAC’s new digital credential platform. More information and registration details will be sent to students soon.
ATAR Enquiry Centre
The ATAR Enquiry Centre – (02) 9119 5012 – will be open on the following days for students who have queries about the calculation of their ATAR:
- Thursday 15 December 8.30am to 6.30pm
- Friday 16 December 8.30am to 4.30pm
- Saturday 17 December Closed
- Sunday 18 December Closed
- Monday 19 December 8.30am to 4.30pm
- Tuesday 20 December 8.30am to 4.30pm
Student numbers and PINs
If students have forgotten their Year 12 student number, they should contact NESA/ACTBSSS or their school. If they’ve forgotten their UAC PIN, they should call UAC Customer Service on (02) 9752 0200, 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday – they’ll need their NESA/BSSS student number.
Students who have applied through UAC can reset their UAC PIN using the link on the application login page.
We don’t reply to email requests for login details as we need to identify the sender before giving out this information.
UAC has launched a free ATAR estimator. ATAR Compass estimates a student’s ATAR using scaling statistics from the past five years.
Students select their HSC courses and their estimated or actual exam marks to receive an estimated ATAR, which they can use as a guide to make decisions about their future study options. The tool will also indicate if a student’s subject choices make them eligible for an ATAR.