Victorian Students Breathe A Sigh Of Relief As ATAR Results Unveiled

Nearly 60,000 Victorian students are waking up to receive their VCE results today, with 39 students achieving the highest possible rank of 99.95.

Students in Victoria can log in their details at the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) website.

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For students in New South Wales and the ACT, results will be available on Thursday. Tasmanian students will receive their results on Wednesday, and Queensland on Friday.

In Victoria, the results were available for students from 7am this morning, revealing more than 45,000 students reaching the average rank of 69.31.

However, the result was a slight drop compared to the rank of 70.33 in 2022.

For students graduating from the Ballarat Clarendon College, 70 per cent of those achieved an ATAR of 90 or above.

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Victoria Premier Jacinta Allan has sent Victorian year 12 students her best wishes.

“If you’re one of the 57,601 students checking your VCE results today, I’m thinking of you,” Ms Allan said in an Instagram post.

“Your results today don’t have to define your future, so if you didn’t get what you’d hoped for, don’t panic,” she added.

“Whether it’s uni or TAFE or something else entirely, there are so many doors open to you, no matter what.”

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