Year 11 2019 Course Information Handbook - Iona Presentation College

Year 11 2019 Course Information Handbook - Iona Presentation College

Year 11 2019 Course Information Handbook - Iona Presentation College

IONA PRESENTATION COLLEGE WACE Information Handbook 2019 Year11 Year11

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 2 Year 11, 2019 and 12, 2020 General Course Information Page 3 Year 12 Courses Page 6 Grading Page 8 Secondary Graduation Page 9 Training WA (College of TAFE) Page 10 Public Universities Page 11 University of Notre Dame Page 12 Alternative Pathways intoUniversity Page 13 Final ATAR Marks Page 14 Senior SecondaryCertification Page 15 Workplace Learning Page 16 Schools Curriculum and Standards AuthorityAwards Page 18 Year 11 and 12 Courses Offered atIona Page 20 Appendix 1: 2017 ATAR Conversion Table Page 22 Appendix 2: UWA CourseAdmission Page 23 Appendix 3: Murdoch CourseAdmissions Page 26 Appendix 4: Curtin CourseAdmissions Page 28 Appendix 5: ECU CourseAdmissions Page 31 Appendix 6: Useful Websites Page 36

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 3 General Course Information YEAR 10 COURSE SELECTION PROCESS FOR YEAR 11 COURSES2019 Entering Year 11 signifies an important time in a student’s educational journey at the College. Students in Years 11 and 12 have an exciting opportunity to choose their desired pathway and courses of study based on interest and ability, with an eye to future directions for study and careers. We trust that theinformation contained in this booklet will provide valuable assistance in guiding this process During Year 10, students, with the assistance of their parents and the College will embark on the journey of making the first series of decisions regarding their future.

Year 10 students will be guided through this process by key personnel at the College and will participate in the ‘Careers’ program. Choosing the correct courses is highly important to a student’s success. Students are to be informed decision makers and seek advice from the Dean of Senior Students, Heads of Learning Area or Subject Teachers and their parents. Students are to select subjects that they have an aptitude and passion for.

Below is a timeline of the Course Selection process: Event Date Year 10 Parent/Daughter Evening- Course Selection Year 11,2019 Term 2 9 May Careers Program Term 2 Year 10 Semester One Examinations Prerequisite grade entry based on Semester One Report Term 2 24 May – 31 May Individual Interviews with the Deanof SeniorStudents An appointment is scheduled for each student. Term 2 Year 10 Careers Day Term 2 7 June Year 10 Parent/Daughter TeacherConferences Opportunity for discussion regarding possible course choices. Term 2 25 June Course Selection Online Opens for Year 11, 2019 Letter to parents outliningprocess Term 2 Week 9 Course Selection Online for Year 11, 2019,closes Term 3 Week 1 Year 11 Gridlines produced and any adjustment of subject selection undertaken.

(Year 11, 2018 students complete Course Approval Form for Year 12, 2019). Term 3 Confirmation of Courses Students may request changes by completing a Course Change Form. Parent/s must give approval. Consultation with the Dean of Senior Students is essential. All changes are dependent on class numbers and gridline availability of the new course. Term 4 Weeks 4 - 7

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 4 Students have the opportunity to change subjects in the first five weeks of Term 1, 2019 if they feel that the course content is too difficult.

PATHWAYS AND COURSES The College offers the School Curriculum and Standard Authority (SCSA) Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) accredited courses. In Years 11 and 12 students at Iona embark on one of the following pathways: Access Learning Pathway • No external examinations. • Externally Set Task (EST) in courses students are required complete in Year 12.

• Courses include structured Workplace Learning (Year 11) and Certificate courses at TAFE1 (Year 12). • A total of six courses including Religion and Life. • Students are required to study Careers and Enterprise General. • This pathway provides access to both TAFE and alternative entry to university. ATAR2 Pathway • External examinations are sat at the end of Year 12. • A total of six courses including Religion and Life. • A minimum of four ATAR courses are required. • Most students study five ATAR courses but can study six.

• ATAR score - 50% school assessment and 50% WACE external examination - based on best four scores.

• Students are aiming for University Entry. 1 TAFE is now referred to as Training WA; individual TAFE colleges are now usually called Institutes of Technology. 2 Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank, recognised nationally ** Please note that all students who complete a General course in Year 12 will need to sit the Externally Set Task in Term 2 of Year 12. Students in Years 11 and 12 at Iona will: • Select a pathway (ATAR or Access Learning) • Undertake 6 courses in Year 11 and at least 5 courses in Year 12 • Select either English or English Literature in both Year 11 and Year 12 • Study Religion and Life as one of their courses as either an ATAR or General course in both Years 11 and 12 • Selection of courses must include at least one List A and one List B course

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 5 Courses • Two units are studied to complete a year’s work in a given course. • Units 1 and 2 are studied in Year 11. • Units 3 and 4 are studied in Year 12. • All ATAR and General courses increase in complexity from Year 11 to Year 12. • Students must study the courses in a sequential order. For example, Year 11 (Unit 1 and 2) then Year 12 (Unit 3 and4). • The exception to the above is if students enrol directly into a course in Year 12 without completing the Year 11 units.

• Students who change courses in Year 12 must complete all assessment requirements for Units 3 and 4.

• Year 12 units are paired. Year 12 students will not be able to change course after the course change date in Term 1 Week 5. Any student doing an ATAR course in Year 12 must sit the WACE (West Australian Certificate of Education) examination held in November in that course as a prerequisite for graduation. Students studying General Courses must complete an Externally Set Task (EST). There are no external examinations in Year 11, however, there are internal College examinations at the end of Semester One, and again at the end of the year.

Prerequisite Requirements forCourses Year 11 Students must achieve the prerequisite grade requirements in Year 10 Semester One to be permitted to study a course for Year 11 (see pages 20 - 21). However, if in Term 4 there is significant academic improvement and prerequisite grades have been met; an interview with the Deputy Principal – Curriculum can be arranged and course selections may be altered. However, please be aware that there may be limitations to entry into a course due to class sizes and/or timetable grid lines.

Year 12 Students are required to attain an acceptable standard in the Year 11 course in order to progress to the next unit in Year 12 (65% and above – see individual learning areas).

Students who achieve lower than a C grade in Year 11 will not receive approval to continue with the course in Year 12. Changes of course from Year 11 to Year 12 may be permitted if the College considers the student is not suited to the new course or if class sizes prevent additional students joining. Changes to courses cannot be made in Year 12 after the SCSA deadline published at the start of the year.

Enrolment Criteria for WACE Languages Courses Year 10 students who wish to study a WACE Language course, must complete the required SCSA forms to ensure that permission has been granted to participate in the course. Enrolment criteria considerations include residency in the country where that language is spoken and exposure to that language either at school or in the home. The application form is available on the School Curriculum and Standards Authority website, however, the process for this application will be discussed during Year 10 Language lessons and communicated to parents via the College.

Languages teachers are happy to assist any family with enquiries about this process.

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 6 YEAR 12 COURSES Students in Year 12 will continue, where possible, with the courses from Year 11. Students will study: English/ Literature Course Religion and Life Course Three or four other courses. Students have the option in Year 12 to study 5 courses and select a study period in place of the 6th course. Advice must be sought by the Dean of Senior Students. Students must make sure that they can meet the graduation requirements before dropping a subject for a study line. Students wishing to enter University at the end of Year 12 will need to select at least four (4) ATAR courses.

Students wishing to access TAFE or traineeships/apprenticeships at the end of Year 12 may select an English course, Religion and Life and four (4) other courses/certificate programs.

Year 12 Units (3 & 4) are paired. It will not be possible to change course after the subject change date published by SCSA at the beginning of the year. Students are required tostudy: • A minimum of 10 Year 12 units or equivalent. • One pair of completed Year 12 English units. • One pair of Year 12 course units from each of List A (Arts/English/Languages/Humanities and Social Sciences) and List B (Mathematics/Science/Technology). Students must be aware of the graduation requirements in regards to achievement. Inorder to be successful in gaining access to post school destinations such as University or State Traineeship Providers, students should aim to attain A and B Grades in courses.

Prerequisites: To continue with a course in Year 12, and study Units 3 and 4, students should have received a minimum final mark of65% in relevant ATAR Units 1 and 2. Students whoachieve lower than a C grade in Year 11 will not receive approval to continue with the course in Year 12. The Heads of Learning Area, the Dean of Senior Students and the Deputy Principal – Curriculum (7 – 12) will counsel students. Externally Set Tasks - General Courses All students enrolled in a General Year 12 Course and/or a Foundation Year 12 Course are required to complete the Externally Set Task (EST) developed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) for that course.

The EST is compulsory and forms part of the school-based assessment and is included as a separate assessment type with a weighting of 15% for the pair of units. The ESTs are administered in schools during designated weeks in Term 2 under standard test conditions. The EST will take 50 minutes.

Examinations - ATAR Courses Semester One Examinations: Semester Two Examinations: Years 11 & 12: Usually weeks 5 and 6 of Term 2 Year 12 Trial WACE: Week 2, October (see College Planner for confirmation) Holidays to Week One Term 4 WACE Examinations - November

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 7 COURSES YEAR 11, 2019 ATAR Courses General Courses List A List A Dance Business Management and Enterprise Drama Children, Family and Community English English French Careers and Enterprise Geography Religion & Life Indonesian Visual Arts Italian Literature Media Production & Analysis Modern History Music Politics and Law Religion & Life Visual Arts List B List B Accounting and Finance Design: Graphics Biology Food Science and Technology Chemistry Integrated Science Human Biology Mathematics Essential Materials Design Technology - Textiles Mathematics Applications Mathematics Methods Mathematics Specialist Physical Education Studies Physics Psychology

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 8 GRADING With the exception of Physical Recreation, all of the courses offered at Iona are governed by the syllabuses and assessment structures of the SCSA (School Curriculum and Standards Authority). In accordance with SCSA guidelines, students are awarded a grade at the end of each Year 11 and Year 12 course unit: A Excellent Achievement B High Achievement C SatisfactoryAchievement D Limited Achievement E Inadequate Achievement These grades appear on the student's Statement of Results, issued by SCSA when the student finishes school, and are based on assessments carried out by school staff throughout the year, including school-basedexaminations.

At the end of Year 12, students are awarded a grade in each course by the school for Units 3 and 4 work. In addition to this, SCSA awards a percentage mark for all ATAR Unit 3 and 4 courses only, calculated as follows: 50% - school submitted work 50% - WACE examination mark Students on the Access Learning pathway generally take courses at the General course level in both Years 11 and 12 and therefore do not sit WACE examinations. (However, a student may take a combination of ATAR and General courses). Please note that a student may select a combination of ATAR and General courses to make up their full academic load.

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 9 Secondary Graduation A student who achieves 'Secondary Graduation' is awarded a West Australian Certificate of Education (WACE). The requirements for graduation dictated by the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) are: General Requirements • Demonstrate a minimum standard of literacy and a minimum standard of numeracy based on the skills regarded as essential for individuals to meet the demands of everyday life and work in a knowledge-based economy (satisfactory completion of OLNA).

• Complete a minimum of 20 units or equivalent as described below.

• Complete four or more Year 12 ATAR courses or complete Certificate II orhigher. Breadth and depth Students will complete a minimum of 20 course units or the equivalent. This requirement must include at least: • A minimum of 10 Year 12 units or the equivalent. • Two completed Year 11 English units and one pair of completed Year 12 English units. • One pair of Year 12 course units from each of List A (Arts/English/Languages/ Humanities and Social Sciences) and List B (Mathematics/Science/Technology). Achievement Standard and Unit Equivalence Students will be required to achieve 14 C grades (or equivalent, see below) in Year 11 and Year 12 units, including at least six C grades in Year 12 units (or equivalent).

Unit equivalence can be obtained through VET programs and/or endorsed programs.The maximum unit equivalence available through these programs is eight units – four Year 11 units and four Year 12 units. Students may obtain unit equivalence as follows:- • Up to eight unit equivalents through completion of VET programs, or • Up to four unit equivalents through completion of endorsed programs,or • Up to eight equivalents through a combination of VET and endorsed programs, but with endorsed programs contributing no more than four unitequivalents. The amount of unit equivalence allocated to VET and endorsed programs is as follows: - VET Qualifications • Certificate I is equivalent to two Year 11 units • Certificate II is equivalent to two Year 11 and two Year 12 units • Certificate III or higher is equivalent to two Year 11 and four Year 12units Endorsed Programs – the unit equivalence of each endorsed program is identified on the Authority’s approved list of endorsed programs.

These requirements are on the School Curriculum and Standards Authority Website at:-www.scsa.wa.edu.au

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 10 Training WA (formerly Colleges of TAFE) The majority of TAFE courses have specific basic entry requirements, which are listed on the TAFE website: www.fulltimecourses.tafe.wa.edu.au Courses at Training WA can be started at different levels depending on your skills and age. Certificates I and II — gives you the skills to be job ready. Certificates I and II are entry level courses giving you the basic skills to get a job. You learn the essential knowledge and skills required by industry as a worker with limited responsibilities. You can often do these at school.

Certificate III — qualifies you for a trade and intermediate service workers. A certificate III prepares you for employment at junior to intermediate levels in clerical, salesand service work. It is usually required for recognition as a tradesperson. Most apprenticeships and traineeships lead to a qualification at this level. Certificate IV — qualifies you as associate professionals and supervisors. A Certificate IV gives you a broad knowledge in your chosen industry and substantial depth in some areas. The course prepares you to take on limited responsibility for others, usually in a supervisory role.

Some traineeships lead to a qualification at thislevel. Diploma, advanced diploma and associate degree — highest level for professionalsand managers.

A diploma, advanced diploma and associate degree prepare you to work independently andbe involved in solving technical issues and taking on management or supervisory role. Approximately 30% of TAFE courses are highly competitive and have selection criteria – only the best applicants are offered places. A student applying for a competitive TAFE course is given an entrance score, which is derived from the selection criteria, and which will be different for each TAFE course applied for (students typically apply for a number of TAFE courses, listing them in order of preference). Selection depends on the student's ranking compared with other applicants, and the number of places being offered in the relevantcourse.

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 11 Public Universities ACCESS LEARNING PATHWAY Students on this pathway may gain entry to Curtin, Edith Cowan or Murdoch Universities via the universities’ “bridging programs” or “university preparation courses.” Entrance into those programs will depend upon the grades achieved by the students in their non-examination courses. Completion of a Certificate course and/or Work Experience while at school is considered advantageous. The enabling programs and preparation courses typically take one to two semesters to complete – students are encouraged to visit the individual universities’ websites for more detailed information or to speak to the College Career and Enterprise Coordinator.

ATAR PATHWAY Students on this pathway may gain entry to any Australian University, and, indeed, universities around the world. The admission requirements for the four public universities in Western Australia (Curtin, Edith Cowan or Murdoch Universities or the University of Western Australia) are as follows: (i) Secondary Graduation (ii) Competence in English A scaled mark of at least 50 at ATAR level in English or Literature. (Edith Cowan University will accept a ‘C’ grade or higher if the scaled mark of 50 is not attained. There are also supplementary tests held in January for “near- miss” students at the four public universities.) (iii) Achievement of Sufficient Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank The Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) is a number between 0 and 99.95 that indicates the student's rank in the state (99.95 being the most able).

A student applying for university entrance is allocated an ATAR determined directly from her Tertiary Entrance Aggregate (TEA), a number out of 400 calculated by adding the student’s best four scaled marks in Stage Two or Three courses. For the University of Western Australia and Curtin University, foreign language marks are boosted by 10% (e.g. 60 becomes 66). (This LOTE bonus is added to the TEA even if the subject is not in the best four.) (iv) Prerequisites for Some University Courses A scaled mark of at least 50, at ATAR Units 3 & 4 level is required in all relevant courses in Year 12.

For an idea of the ATAR score for courses, look at the TISC website at https://www.tisc.edu.au

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 12 University of Notre Dame Entrance to the University of Notre Dame (Australia) is made through private application and interview. The selection process is based on the student’s: • Secondary Graduation • Personal qualities, motivation and academic potential • Contribution to Church, school and community life • Academic achievement (including ATAR) o Minimum ATAR of 90 for Law o Minimum ATAR of 90+ for Physiotherapy o Minimum ATAR of 70 for all other courses* o Secondary Education minimum is 80 • Interview *Students need to aim for an ATAR as high as possible to improve their chances of being offered a place.

Notre Dame offers preparation courses for applicants without an ATAR. Students who have completed Iona’s Access Learning pathway will be considered for admission to Notre Dame’s Tertiary Enabling Program (Education, Business or Nursing).

WACE Information Handbook – Year 11 2019/Year 12 2020 13 Alternative Pathways intoUniversity Universities may consider students who have completed a Certificate III for preparations and enabling courses; Certificate IV or above for other courses. In some cases, qualifications at the Diploma level or Advanced Diploma level may also provide credit of up to one-year advanced standing in a three-year undergraduate degree.

Before embarking on one’s Cert IV, students are advised to first check with the individual universities as to whether they will accept the qualification as entry into one of theirprograms.

Curtin University Has portfolio entry for some courses, UniReady Enabling Programs for Humanities, Science and Health. Refer to: https://futurestudents.curtin.edu.au/undergraduate/pathways/ Edith Cowan University Has Portfolio entry for some courses. Also has UniPrep Enabling courses that can be completed intensively, throughout a semester or possibly on-line. Refer to: www.ecu.edu.au/degrees/uniprep Murdoch University Has a Media and Creative Portfolio for some Bachelor of Arts courses. It has an OnTrack program that can be studied intensively or throughout a semester.

Refer to: https://www.murdoch.edu.au/study/undergraduate-students/entry- requirements/alternative-entry-pathways Notre Dame University Offers a Tertiary Preparation Program (TPP) over a semester.

It has different streams that lead into various bachelor degree courses. Refer to: https://www.notredame.edu.au/study/pathways University of Western Australia Has Uway, Broadway and Fairway Programs that cater for various circumstances. As UWA entry is set at an 80 ATAR a Diploma qualification is required to achieve that alternative method of entry. Refer to: https://study.uwa.edu.au/how-to-apply/alternative-entry-requirements Other Alternative Entry Curtin College, Tuart College and Canning College are integrated pathway providers to Curtin University.

http://www.curtincollege.edu.au/ Some courses are designed to prepare students for entry into the second year of a Curtin Bachelor degree. Phone 9266 4888 https://www.tuartcollege.wa.edu.au/Home Phone 9242 6222 https://www.canningcollege.wa.edu.au/ Phone 93515600 http://www.murdochinstitute.wa.edu.au/Murdoch Institute of Technology offers students’ entry to Murdoch University Phone 1300 762143 Cyril Jackson Senior Campus – http://www.cyriljackson.wa.edu.au North Lake Senior Campus – http://www.northlake.wa.edu.au/

Course Information Handbook 14 Final ATAR Marks The final mark awarded in each WACE examination course for a given student is a 50:50 combination of the student's school mark (based on Year 12 work only and awarded by the school) and her WACE examination mark.

The marks undergo considerable statistical adjustment, however: (i) Moderation The school mark is adjusted so that differences in marking standards between schools are accounted for. The students' performance on the external examination is used to regulate this procedure.

(ii) Standardization The moderated school mark is "standardized" so that the spread of students' marks throughout the state in each subject is the same from year to year. This procedure is also applied to the raw examination marks, thereby eliminating the influence of varying difficulty in examination papers in a given subject from year to year. (iii) Scaling The 50:50 combined mark (already moderated and standardized) is then "scaled" to account for the varying difficulty between courses. A complex mathematical procedure that looks at students' marks in all courses across the state is used to determine the degree of scaling for each course.

Course Information Handbook 15 Senior Secondary Certification Folio of achievement At the end of senior secondary schooling, all students who have satisfactorily completedany study that contributes towards a WACE will receive a folio of achievement. The folio will contain one or more of the items listed in the table below. Western Australian Certificate of Education(WACE) This certificate is issued to Year 12 students who meet the specifiedrequirements. SCSA Certificate of Distinction and SCSA Certificate of Merit These certificates are awarded to students who meet the eligibility criteria.

Western Australian Statement of Student Achievement(WASSA) A statement of student achievement is issued to all Year 12 students at the completion of their secondary schooling.

The statement of student achievement formally records, as relevant: • Achievement of WACE requirements. • Achievement of literacy (reading and writing) standard. • Achievement of numeracy standard. • Achievement of exhibitions and awards. • School grades, school marks, and combined scores in ATAR units * • School grades and school marks in General and Foundation units * • Completed Preliminary units. • Completed VET industry specific units. • Successfully completed VET qualifications and VET units of competency completed endorsed programs.

• Number of community service hours undertaken (if reported by the school).

* In Year 12, Units 3 and 4 are reported as a yearlong course. In Year 11, Units 1 and 2 are reported as a yearlong course unless a student completes Unit 1 and enrols in Unit 2 in another course at the end of Semester 1. In this case, Unit 1 and Unit 2 will be reported separately. ATAR Course Report An ATAR course report is issued to students (excluding private candidates*) who sit anATAR course examination in that course. The ATAR course report records: • School marks. ** • Moderated school marks. ** • Examination marks. ** • Combined score. • State wide distribution of combined scores in that course.

• The number of candidates for that examination. ** A course that has a practical examination component will have the written and practical marks reported separately.

Course Information Handbook 16 Workplace Learning Workplace Learning is a structured out-of-school endorsed learning program that provides students with the opportunity to develop work skills in an actual workplace, while continuing their school education. It counts as one of their courses in Year 11 when students enrol in Workplace Learning. This gives students’ industry recognition and provides links to further education and training. Students applying to TAFE score points in the Work Experience category for their Workplace Learning involvement, and this attributes to their secondary graduation.

Workplace learning enhances the Access Learning pathway and is highly recommended for those students.

A student in the Year 11 Access Learning Program must: • Study the following courses: o Religion and Life General o English General o Career and Enterprise General o Three other courses o Workplace Learning Endorsed Program. • Be able to achieve an acceptable standard in all of her courses. • Attend two work placements (one each semester) organise by INSTEP (this involves one day out of school each week, with a minimum of 100 hours). • Be able to catch up on school work missed on her work placement days. In Year 12, the Access Learning Program follows a similar pattern, but with the following changes: • Students complete additional VET qualifications through Registered Training Organisations (RTO) such as Fremantle Education Centre or TAFE.

These qualifications are nationally accredited and recognised as part of the Australian Qualifications Framework. They can lead to future study pathways in TAFE colleges and universities. Successful completion provides students with additional points towards TAFE admission and may make them eligible for advanced standing in subsequent study. Students may also complete a work placement component as part of their VET qualification with a Certificate II in Customer Contact. Students undertaking VET courses must be responsible for: • Attending all scheduled training days with the RTO. • Completing VET Certificate courses at TAFE as appropriate.

• Completing all assignments and work placement projects. • Recording and managing their learning on relevant documentation. • Maintaining satisfactory results in all subjects at school. • Studying six courses, consisting of; o Religion and Life o English o Career and Enterprise o Three other courses. • Achieving an acceptable standard in their chosen courses.

Course Information Handbook 17 Workplace Learning Enrolment Procedure • A registration day is held in Term 3. • An application form for Workplace Learning is completed at the end of Term 3. • Students must have an exemplary attendance and behaviour record, a positive attitude towards school and be motivated to learn from different situations. Not all applicants are accepted. • Students undergo a formal interview to ensure they are mature and motivated to succeed in an adult working environment.

Further information may be obtained by contacting the Dean of Senior Students, Mr Rod O’Meara, at romeara@iona.wa.edu.au

Course Information Handbook 18 School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards The criteria for prizes and awards for 2020 school leavers are on the School Curriculum and Standards Authority website. Below is a summary of the awards. Beazley Medal: WACE This is awarded to the highest achieving student in the State and is based on the scaled examination scores of five courses with two List A and two List B courses. Beazley Medal: VET This is awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding performance in VET Certificate II or higher and in their other WACE achievements. General Exhibitions These are awarded to the 50 students achieving the highest WACE award scores.

A WACE award score is calculated from five course, including at least two List A and 2 List B courses.

Special General Award These are presented to students who have not satisfied the criteria for a General Exhibition but who have otherwise achieved the requirement of a General Exhibition and whose WACE Award Score is not below that of the lowest General Exhibition score. Subject Exhibitions (ATAR Courses) These are awarded to the student achieving the highest examination mark for a particular course. Only one Exhibition is awarded in each subject. Subject Certificates of Excellence (ATARCourses) A course exhibition is awarded to eligible candidates who are in the top 0.5 per centof candidates in each ATAR course examination, based on the examination mark.

VET Exhibitions VET exhibition may be awarded to the eligible student who has demonstrated the most outstanding performance in an AQF VET Certificate II or higher and in their other course achievements. The student who is ranked first in the selection process for a VET certificate of excellence will be awarded the VET exhibition in that industry area. Certificates of Excellence (VET) Certificates of excellence may be awarded to eligible Year 12 students who complete an AQF VET Certificate II or higher in one of the 13 training package industry areas and who are in the top 0.5 per cent ofcandidates.

Certificates of Merit and Distinction Certificates of Merit and Certificates of Distinction recognise student achievement and are based on the grades awarded to students by their schools over Year 11 and Year 12 units. At least 10 units in the calculation for a certificate must be from Year 12 units. A Certificate of Merit or a Certificate of Distinction is to be awarded to each eligible studentwho, in their last three consecutive years of senior secondary school WACE enrolment, obtains: • Certificates of Merit 150–189 points and Certificates of Distinction 190–200 points.

Course Information Handbook 19 The point allocation is as follows: • A Grade in an ATAR unit = 10 points • B Grade in an ATAR unit = 9 points • A Grade in a General unit = 8 points • Certificate IV = 54 points (replaces two Year 11 and four Year 12 units) • Certificate III = 48 points (replaces two Year 11 and four Year 12 units) • Certificate II = 24 points (replaces two Year 11 and two Year 12 units)

Course Information Handbook 20 Year 11 and 12 Courses Offered at Iona Below is a list of courses that will be offered at Iona for Year 11, 2019 (and following on to Year 12, 2020). Details of all courses can be found in the ‘Detailed Course Outlines 2019’ booklet. Students must meet the prerequisite grade (where applicable) in order to be offered a place in a course. In order to graduate, students must do at least one List A course and one List B course. Students at Iona are to choose a total of six courses (including English and Religion and Life) from Lists A and B below.

Courses will not run if insufficient numbers of students choose them.

LIST A (Arts/Languages/Humanities and Social Sciences) ATAR YEAR 11 COURSE WACE EXAM YEAR 10 PREREQUISITE Dance ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Dance) Drama ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Drama) English ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) C+ (Standard English), A+ (General English) French Second Language ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) C+ (French) Geography ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Humanities and Social Science Advanced), B+ (Humanities and Social Science Standard) Indonesian ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) C+ (Indonesian) Italian: Second Language ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) C+ (Italian) Literature ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B+ (Standard English), C (Advanced English) Media Production and Analysis ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B Grade Media Arts (or by HOLA approval) Modern History ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Humanities and Social Science Advanced), B+ (Humanities and Social Science Standard) Music ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Music) Politics and Law ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Humanities and Social Science Advanced), B+ (Humanities and Social Science Standard) Religion and Life ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B+ (Religious Education); PLUS 75% in both the Source Analysis and Essay sections of the Semester One Examination Visual Arts ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) B (Visual Arts) GENERAL YEAR 11 COURSE WACE EXAM YEAR 10 PREREQUISITE Business Management and Enterprise General Units 1 & 2 No None (Year 10 SmallBusiness Management desirable) Career and Enterprise General Units 1 &2 No None Children, family and Community (CFC) – Caring for Others General Units 1 &2 No None English General Units 1 &2 No None Religion and Life General Units 1 & 2 No None Visual Arts General Units 1 &2 No None

Course Information Handbook 21 LIST B (Mathematics/Science/Technology) ATAR YEAR 11 COURSE WACE EXAM YEAR 10 PREREQUISITE Accounting and Finance ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) ‘C+’ Grade (Humanities and Social Science) in addition to: ‘B’ Grade in Advanced Mathematics or a ‘B+’ Grade Standard Mathematics Biology ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) 70% in the Biology Topic (Advanced, Intermediate and Standard) 75% in the Biology Topic (General) Chemistry ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) 70% in the Chemistry Topic (Advanced or Intermediate Science). ‘C’ Grade in Advanced Maths or ‘A’ Grade Standard Maths Human Biology ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) 70% in the Biology Topic (Advanced, Intermediate, Standard).

75% in Biology Topic (General) Materials Design and Technology – Textiles ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes Units 3 & 4 only) ‘C’ (Textiles) Mathematics Applications ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) ‘B’ (MathematicsStandard) Mathematics Methods ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) ‘A’ (Advanced Mathematics) ‘C’ (Extension Mathematics) Mathematics Specialist ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) ‘A’ (Advanced Mathematics) ‘C’ (Extension Mathematics) Physical Education Studies ATAR Units 1 & 2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) ‘B’ (Physical Education) and ‘C’ Science Advanced or ‘B’ ScienceStandard Physics ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) 70% in Physics Topic in Year 10 Advanced/ Intermediate Science plus a ‘C’ (or higher) Grade in Year 10 Advanced Maths or ‘A’ Grade Standard Maths Psychology ATAR Units 1 &2 Yes (Units 3 & 4 only) 70% in the Biology Topic (Advanced, Intermediate and Standard) 75% in the Biology Topic (General) GENERAL YEAR 11 COURSE WACE EXAM YEAR 10 PREREQUISITE Design – Graphics General Units 1 & 2 No None Food Science and Technology General Units 1 & 2 No None Integrated Science General Units 1 &2 No ‘C’ (Any Year 10Science) Mathematics Essential General Units 1 & 2 No ‘A+’ (Year 10 General Mathematics) ‘C’ (Year 10 Standard Mathematics) * Please note that if an insufficient number of students choose a course, the College will not offer the course AVAIALABLE COURSES Please note that more detailed information on courses can be found in the ‘Detailed Course Outline 2019’ Booklet for Years 11 and 12 on the College Website.

Course Information Handbook 22 Appendix One 2017 ATAR Conversion Table ATAR Minimum TEA for ATAR 30.05 132.4 40.00 157.0 50.00 178.0 55.00 187.6 60.05 197.5 61.00 199.4 62.00 201.3 63.00 203.2 64.05 205.2 65.00 207.2 66.00 209.3 67.00 211.3 68.00 213.5 69.00 215.8 70.00 218.0 71.00 220.1 72.00 222.4 73.00 224.9 . 74.00 227.4 75.00 230.0 76.00 232.4 77.00 234.9 78.00 237.4 79.00 240.0 80.00 242.5 81.00 245.4 82.00 248.2 83.00 251.5 84.00 254.9 85.00 258.2 86.00 263.8 87.00 264.9 88.00 269.4 89.00 273.4 90.00 277.7 91.00 282.0 92.00 286.8 93.00 292.3 94.00 298.3 95.00 304.8 96.00 312.1 97.00 320.9 98.00 332.0 98.50 339.9 99.00 350.4 99.50 366.5 99.70 377.7 99.90 394.0 99.95 404.2

Course Information Handbook 23 Appendix Two UWA Course Admission 2018 THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2018 ADMISSION Course Code Course Name Minimum Selection Rank Lowest Selection Rank offered a place Lowest ATAR offered a place 2nd Round availability Crawley Campus UWART Arts (BA) 80.00 80.00 75.00 ü UWBPH Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil (Hons)) 99.50 99.50 98.20 Limited UWBMD Biomedical Science (BBiomedSc) 80.00 80.00 77.35 ü UWCOM Commerce (BCom) 80.00 80.00 75.35 ü UWDMA Dentistry (DMD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts N/A N/A 98.25 Limited UWDMB Dentistry (DMD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science N/A N/A 95.05 Limited UWDMC Dentistry (DMD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce N/A N/A 99.30 Limited UWDMP Dentistry (DMD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) N/A N/A 99.25 Limited UWDMS Dentistry (DMD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science N/A N/A 94.75 Limited UWPMA Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 94.00 97.70 97.70 Limited UWPMB Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 94.00 94.15 93.40 Limited UWPMC Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 94.00 95.15 95.05 Limited UWPMP Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWPMS Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 94.00 94.70 93.15 Limited UWLWA Law (Juris Doctor) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 96.00 96.00 93.05 Limited UWLWB Law (Juris Doctor) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 96.00 96.00 93.75 Limited UWLWC Law (Juris Doctor) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 96.00 96.00 94.85 Limited UWLWP Law (Juris Doctor) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 99.50 99.50 Limited UWLWS Law (Juris Doctor) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 96.00 96.00 93.70 Limited UWARA Master of Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 92.20 88.20 ü UWARP Master of Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWLSA Master of Landscape Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 98.00 96.95 ü UWLSB Master of Landscape Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 - - ü UWLSC Master of Landscape Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 - - ü UWLSP Master of Landscape Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWLSS Master of Landscape Architecture - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 92.20 89.85 ü UWPHA Master of Pharmacy - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 95.00 - - Limited UWPHI Master of Pharmacy - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 95.00 95.05 92.45 Limited UWPHC Master of Pharmacy - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 95.00 95.50 92.50 Limited UWPHW Master of Pharmacy - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWPHS Master of Pharmacy - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 95.00 95.65 92.65 Limited UWMEA Master of Professional Engineering - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 94.95 94.95 ü UWMEB Master of Professional Engineering - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 92.25 91.50 ü

Course Information Handbook 24 UWMEC Master of Professional Engineering - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 92.50 88.50 ü UWMEP Master of Professional Engineering - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 99.50 99.10 Limited UWMES Master of Professional Engineering - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 92.00 88.30 ü UWSWA Master of Social Work - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 93.15 93.15 ü UWSWB Master of Social Work - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 99.05 99.05 ü UWSWC Master of Social Work - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 - - ü UWSWP Master of Social Work - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWSWS Master of Social Work - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 - - ü UWTEA Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 - - ü UWTEB Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 - - ü UWTEC Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 - - ü UWTEP Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWTES Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 - - ü UWTPA Master of Teaching (Primary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 97.15 97.15 ü UWTPB Master of Teaching (Primary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 - - ü UWTPC Master of Teaching (Primary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 93.90 93.90 ü UWTPP Master of Teaching (Primary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWTPS Master of Teaching (Primary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 - - ü UWTSA Master of Teaching (Secondary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 92.00 92.25 89.20 ü UWTSB Master of Teaching (Secondary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 92.00 93.50 93.40 ü UWTSC Master of Teaching (Secondary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce 92.00 93.00 89.05 ü UWTSP Master of Teaching (Secondary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWTSS Master of Teaching (Secondary) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 92.00 92.40 88.40 ü UWTRA Master of Translation Studies - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 90.00 91.40 91.40 ü UWTRP Master of Translation Studies - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWMSB Medical Sciences (Major) - via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science 98.00 98.00 97.00 Limited UWMSA Medical Sciences (Major) via the Bachelor of Arts (BA) 98.00 98.30 98.30 Limited UWMSC Medical Sciences (Major) via the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) 98.00 99.20 99.20 Limited UWMSP Medical Sciences (Major) via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.80 - - Limited UWMSS Medical Sciences (Major) via the Bachelor of Science (BSc) 98.00 98.00 96.80 Limited UWBMA Medicine (Bonded Medical Place) (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts N/A N/A N/A Limited UWBMB Medicine (Bonded Medical Place) (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science N/A N/A N/A Limited UWBMC Medicine (Bonded Medical Place) (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce N/A N/A N/A Limited UWBMS Medicine (Bonded Medical Place) (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science (BSc) N/A N/A N/A Limited UWPHB Medicine (Bonded Place) (MD) - Direct pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) N/A N/A N/A Limited UWMDA Medicine (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts N/A N/A N/A Limited

Course Information Handbook 25 UWMDB Medicine (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Biomedical Science N/A N/A N/A Limited UWMDC Medicine (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Commerce N/A N/A N/A Limited UWMDP Medicine (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) N/A N/A N/A Limited UWMDS Medicine (MD) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science N/A N/A N/A Limited UWMUS Music (BA) N/A N/A N/A 0 UWPYA Psychology (Honours) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Arts 95.75 95.85 93.30 Limited UWPHP Psychology (Honours) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (BPhil(Hons)) 99.50 - - Limited UWPYS Psychology (Honours) - Direct Pathway via the Bachelor of Science 95.75 95.75 92.95 Limited UWSCI Science (BSc) 80.00 80.00 79.20 ü UWA Albany Centre UAART Arts - Albany (BA) 80.00 87.85 82.85 ü UABMD Biomedical Science (BBiomedSc) 80.00 80.00 78.40 ü UACOM Commerce - Albany (BCom) 80.00 85.25 83.65 ü UASCI Science - Albany (BSc) 80.00 80.00 85.15 ü NOTES: This table shows data relating to offers made through TISC.

Offers made directly by institutions are not included. Values in the 'Lowest Selection Rank offered a place' column are comparable to 'Cut-off Ranks' published in previous years.

Minimum selection rank indicates the minimum ATAR/Selection Rank to be eligible for consideration to the course, subject to places being available. Selection rank includes a person's ATAR, plus any adjustment factors, such as Broadway. ATAR does not include any university-specific adjustments. N/A denotes that offers are not based solely on ATAR/Selection Rank. - denotes that no offers based solely on ATAR were made in this course 2nd Round Availability ü Places available in this course Limited May be a small number of places available in this course None No places available

Course Information Handbook 26 Appendix Three Murdoch Course Admission 2018 MURDOCH UNIVERSITY 2018 ADMISSION Course Code Course Name Minimum Selection Rank Lowest Selection Rank Offered a place Lowest ATAR Offered a place 2nd Round Availability South Street Campus MUSAH Animal Health (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.95 ü MUSAS Animal Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.15 ü MUSBS Biological Sciences (BSc) 70.00 70.00 66.10 ü MUSBM Biomedical Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.60 ü MUBUS Business (BBus) 70.00 70.00 60.35 ü MUSIS Business Information Systems (BSc) 70.00 - - ü MUBBL Business Law (BBus) 70.00 77.05 67.05 ü MUNEM Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering (BE(Hons)) 80.00 82.95 73.55 ü MUSCH Chemistry (BSc) 70.00 78.70 68.70 ü MUSCP Chiropractic Science (BSc) and Clinical Chiropractic (BClinChiro) 70.00 70.00 60.90 ü MUSCL Clinical Laboratory Science (BSc) 70.00 71.55 61.55 ü MUCMC Commerce (BCom) 70.00 - - ü MUCOM Communication (BCommun) 70.00 70.00 65.80 ü MUCCM Communication/Creative Media (BCommun/BCrMedia) (combined degree) 70.00 70.60 60.60 ü MUACD Community Development (BA) 70.00 87.35 78.85 ü MUSCS Computer Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 61.60 ü MUSCW Conservation and Wildlife Biology (BSc) 70.00 71.85 63.50 ü MUCME Creative Media (BCrMedia) 70.00 70.00 62.25 ü MUCCS Crime Science (BCrim) 70.00 70.00 66.20 ü MUCCB Criminal Behaviour (BCrim) 70.00 70.00 60.80 ü MUCAP Criminology/Arts (Psychology) (BCrim/BA) (combined degree) 70.00 70.00 60.10 ü MUSPC Crop and Pasture Science (BSc) 70.00 78.30 68.30 ü MUSIF Cyber Forensics and Information Security (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.30 ü MUECP Early Childhood and Primary Teaching (BEd) 70.00 70.00 60.35 ü MUNEL Engineering (Electrical) (BE(Hons)) 80.00 80.00 72.20 ü MUSET Engineering Technology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 62.60 ü MUAEC English and Creative Writing (BA) 70.00 71.90 61.90 ü MUNEE Environmental Engineering (BE(Hons)) 80.00 81.75 71.75 ü MUSEM Environmental Management and Sustainability (BSc) 70.00 72.70 64.75 ü MUSES Environmental Science (BSc) 70.00 74.90 64.90 ü MUSFB Forensic Biology and Toxicology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.30 ü MUSIG Games Software Design and Production (BSc) 70.00 70.00 62.80 ü MUSIT Games Technology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 69.20 ü MUSMB Genetics and Molecular Biology (BSc) 70.00 79.45 69.45 ü MUAPI Global Politics and Policy (BA) 70.00 70.00 60.80 ü MULGL Graduate Entry Law (LLB) N/A N/A N/A ü MUAHI History (BA) 70.00 70.00 64.35 ü MUAIN Indonesian (BA) 70.00 90.00 85.15 ü MUAAD International Aid and Development (BA) 70.00 70.00 60.40 ü MUSIW Internetworking and Network Security (BSc) 70.00 75.25 75.25 ü MUAJS Japanese (BA) 70.00 74.60 74.60 ü MUSLA Laboratory Medicine (BSc) 70.00 73.95 63.95 ü MULAW Law (LLB) 90.00 90.00 79.55 ü MULBA Law/Arts (LLB/BA) (combined degree) 90.00 90.00 80.55 ü MULBB Law/Business (LLB/BBus) (combined degree) 90.00 90.00 81.50 ü MULCR Law/Criminology (LLB/BCrim) (combined degree) 90.00 90.00 80.55 ü MULBS Law/Science (LLB/BSc) (combined degree) 90.00 90.00 84.05 ü MUCLS Legal Studies (BCrim) 70.00 73.95 63.95 ü MUSBI Marine Biology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 64.90 ü MUSMS Marine Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 67.70 ü MUSMA Mathematics and Statistics (BSc) 70.00 72.40 62.40 ü MUSMI Mineral Science (BSc) 70.00 - - ü MUSIN Mobile and Web Application Development (BSc) 70.00 78.85 68.85 ü MUNUE Nursing (BNurs) - Enrolled Nurses N/A N/A N/A None MUNUM Nursing (BNurs) - Non School Leavers N/A N/A N/A Limited MUNUR Nursing (BNurs) - School Leavers 70.00 70.00 60.15 Limited MUOTC OnTrack (Pre-university program) N/A N/A N/A ü MUAPH Philosophy (BA) 70.00 70.00 61.50 ü MUSPN Physics and Nanotechnology (BSc) 70.00 71.35 66.20 ü MUEPT Primary Teaching (BEd) 70.00 70.00 60.60 ü

Course Information Handbook 27 MUEHP Primary; 1-10 Health and Physical Education (BEd) 70.00 70.00 61.65 ü MUAPC Psychology (BA) 70.00 71.15 61.15 ü MUSPS Psychology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 62.00 ü MUEBA Secondary Teaching/Arts (BEd/BA) (combined degree) 70.00 73.15 63.95 ü MUEBS Secondary Teaching/Science (BEd/BSc) (combined degree) 70.00 70.00 61.70 ü MUAST Security; Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies (BA) 70.00 70.00 61.25 ü MUASO Sociology (BA) 70.00 79.35 69.35 ü MUSSC Sport and Exercise Science (BSportExSc) 70.00 70.00 62.75 ü MUSXP Sport and Exercise Science/Grad Dip Clinical Exercise Physiology (BSportExSc/GradDipClinExPhys) (combined degree) 70.00 70.00 63.80 ü MUSSP Sport and Exercise Science/Science (Psychology) (BSportExSc/BSc) (combined degree) 70.00 78.45 78.45 ü MUSHS Sport and Health Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 62.00 ü MUASU Sustainable Development (BA) 70.00 70.30 70.30 ü MUATD Theatre and Drama (BA) 70.00 70.00 69.85 ü MUATE Tourism and Events (BA) 70.00 72.90 64.90 ü MUSVV Veterinary Science (BSc/DVM) (non-school leaver) N/A N/A N/A Limited MUSVB Veterinary Science (BSc/DVM) (school leaver) 98.00 98.00 98.00 Limited Peel Campus MPNUE Nursing (BNurs) - Enrolled Nurses N/A N/A N/A ü MPNUM Nursing (BNurs) - Non School Leavers N/A N/A N/A ü MPNUR Nursing (BNurs) - School Leavers 70.00 70.00 60.50 ü MPOTC OnTrack (Pre-university program) N/A N/A N/A ü Rockingham Campus MROTC OnTrack (Pre-university program) N/A N/A N/A ü NOTES: This table shows data relating to offers made through TISC.

Offers made directly by institutions are not included. Values in the 'Lowest Selection Rank offered a place' column are comparable to 'Cut-off Ranks' published in previous years.

Minimum selection rank indicates the minimum ATAR/Selection Rank to be eligible for consideration to the course, subject to places being available. Selection rank includes a person's ATAR, plus any adjustment factors, such as Murdoch ATAR RISE, or Special Consideration. ATAR does not include any university-specific adjustments. N/A denotes that offer are not based solely on ATAR/Selection Rank. - denotes that no offers were made solely on the basis of ATAR/Selection Rank in this course 2nd Round Availability ü Places available in this course Limited May be a small number of places available in this course None No places available

28 Appendix Four Curtin University Course Admission 2018 CURTIN UNIVERSITY 2018 ADMISSION Course Code Course Name Minimum Selection Rank Lowest Selection Rank offered a place Lowest ATAR offered a place 2nd Round Availability CUFME Financial Mathematics (BSc) 80.00 80.25 80.25 ü CUFNH Fine Art (BA) 70.00 70.00 69.20 ü COFNH Fine Art (Portfolio Entry) (BA) N/A N/A N/A ü CUSGE Geographic Information Science (BSc) 70.00 87.15 87.15 ü CUEQE Geographic Information Science/Applied Geology (BSc/BSc) (double degree) 70.00 - - ü CUJSE Geographic Information Science/Geography (BSc/BA) (double degree) 75.00 - - ü CUSUH Geography (BA) 70.00 70.00 67.90 ü CUSSE Geophysics (BSc) 70.00 - - ü CUHCS Health Promotion (BSc) 70.00 70.00 64.40 ü CUHUS Health Promotion/Health and Safety (BSc/BSc) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 64.25 ü CUHNS Health Promotion/Nutrition (BSc/BSc) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 69.55 ü CUHIS Health Sciences (BSc) 70.00 70.00 56.30 ü COHIS Health Sciences (Portfolio Entry) (BSc) N/A N/A N/A ü CUHZS Health; Safety and Environment (BSc) 70.00 70.00 72.20 ü CUIYH History (BA) 70.00 70.00 65.65 ü CUHWS Human Biology Preclinical (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.20 ü CUAME Industrial and Applied Mathematics (BSc) 80.00 80.85 80.85 ü CUARH Interior Architecture (BAppSc) 70.00 70.00 61.20 ü COARH Interior Architecture (Portfolio Entry) (BAppSc) N/A N/A N/A ü CUIRH International Relations (BA) 70.00 70.00 60.40 ü CUICH Internet Communications (BA) 70.00 75.55 75.55 ü CUJPH Japanese (BA) 70.00 70.00 65.35 ü CUJOH Journalism (BA) 70.00 70.00 64.85 ü COJOH Journalism (Portfolio Entry) (BA) N/A N/A N/A ü CUHVS Laboratory Medicine (BSc) 70.00 70.00 60.30 ü CULLC Law (LLB) 90.00 90.00 90.05 Limited CULAC Law/Arts (LLB/BA)(double degree) 90.00 90.00 85.95 Limited CULBC Law/Commerce (LLB/BCom) (double degree) 90.00 90.45 85.45 Limited CULPC Laws/Psychology (LLB/BSc) 90.00 91.25 87.35 Limited CUCOH Librarianship and Corporate Information Management (BA) 70.00 70.00 89.30 ü CULCH Literary and Cultural Studies (BA) 70.00 70.00 80.15 ü CUACH Mass Communication (BA) 70.00 70.00 62.15 ü CUIVE Mathematics/Arts (BSc(Mathematics)/BA) (double degree) 80.00 95.90 95.90 ü CUADE Mathematics/Commerce (BSc(Mathematics)/BCom) (double degree) 80.00 93.55 93.55 ü CUJRE Mechatronic Engineering/Computer Science (BEngHons/BSc) (double degree) 80.00 80.40 80.40 ü CUSXE Medical Imaging (BSc) 85.00 93.50 88.50 Limited CUMBS Medicine (MBBS) 95.00 N/A N/A Limited CUDFE Mining (BSc) 70.00 73.50 73.50 ü CUKSE Mining and Engineering Surveying (BSc) 70.00 70.00 66.10 ü CUHGS Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology (BSc) 70.00 70.00 64.45 ü CUSCE Multidisciplinary Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 68.55 ü

29 COSCE Multidisciplinary Science (Portfolio Entry) (BSc) N/A N/A N/A ü CUHQS Nursing (BSc) Conversion Program for Registered Nurses (Australian Registration Nurse stream) N/A N/A N/A Limited CUH4S Nursing (BSc) Conversion Program for Registered Nurses (Non- Registration Nurse stream) N/A N/A N/A Limited CUP1S Nursing (BSc) February commencement 70.00 71.15 70.65 ü CUHKS Nutrition and Food Science (BSc) 70.00 70.45 70.45 ü CUHRS Occupational Therapy (BSc) Honours 80.00 80.00 77.45 Limited CUOPS Optometry (BSc (Vision Science)/Master of Optometry) 90.00 91.65 88.45 Limited CUHHS Oral Health Therapy (BSc) 84.00 N/A N/A Limited CUPMS Paramedicine (BSc) 70.00 N/A N/A Limited CUHPS Pharmacy (BPharm(Hons)) 80.00 80.00 75.15 ü CUPHH Photography and Illustration Design (BA) 70.00 72.65 72.65 ü COPHH Photography/Illustration (Portfolio Entry) (BA) N/A N/A N/A ü CUSPE Physics (BSc) 80.00 80.00 79.35 ü CUPHE Physics/Arts (BSc(Phys)/BA) (double degree) 80.00 92.15 88.15 ü CUINE Physics/Commerce (BSc(Phys)/BCom) (double degree) 80.00 95.25 93.90 ü CUCBE Physics/Electronic and Communication Engineering (BSc (Phys)/BEng (Elect&Comm)) (double degree) 80.00 83.15 78.15 ü CUHTS Physiotherapy (BSc) 90.00 93.25 88.40 Limited CUTPH Primary Education (BEd) 70.00 70.00 61.15 ü COTPH Primary Education (Portfolio Entry) (BEd) N/A N/A N/A ü CUPWH Professional Writing and Publishing (BA) 70.00 70.00 67.20 ü CUHYS Psychology (BPsych) 70.00 70.00 61.40 ü CUH3S Psychology and Human Resource Management (BSc(Psych/HRM)) 70.00 70.00 70.00 ü CUIRS Psychology and Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations (BSc(Psych); BCom (HRM & IR)) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 62.20 ü CUMPS Psychology/Marketing (BSc/BCom) 70.00 70.00 78.25 ü CUSRE Radiation Therapy (BSc) 85.00 91.45 87.80 Limited CUAWH Screen Arts (BA) 70.00 70.00 60.50 ü CUTSH Secondary Education (BEd) 70.00 70.00 62.40 ü CURWS Social Work (BSW) 70.00 70.00 64.40 ü CUHSS Speech Pathology (BSc) 78.50 78.80 74.25 ü CUESE Surveying (BSurv) 70.00 70.00 68.30 ü CUPSH Theatre Arts (BA) 70.00 70.00 65.10 ü COPSH Theatre Arts (Portfolio Entry) (BA) 70.00 84.70 0.00 ü CUUTL UniReady Enabling Program N/A N/A N/A Limited CUAPH Urban and Regional Planning (BA) 70.00 70.00 61.75 ü CUVTH Visualisation and Interactive Media (VisMedia)(BA) 70.00 98.15 98.15 ü COVTH Visualisation and Interactive Media(VisMedia) (Portfolio Entry) (BA) N/A N/A N/A ü COUNTRY CENTRES Albany CATKH Early Childhood Education (BEd) 70.00 80.60 80.60 ü CATPH Primary Education (BEd) 70.00 75.50 70.50 ü Kalgoorlie CKBBC Commerce (BCom) 70.00 - ü CKPBC Commerce (Portfolio Entry) (BCom) N/A N/A N/A ü CKTKH Early Childhood Education (BEd) 70.00 - - ü CKHIS Health Sciences (BSc) 70.00 70.50 70.50 ü

30 CKPHS Health Sciences (Portfolio Entry) (BSc) N/A N/A N/A ü CKTPH Primary Education (BEd) 70.00 90.30 89.30 ü NOTES: This table shows data relating to offers made through TISC. Offers made directly by institutions are not included. Values in the 'Lowest Selection Rank offered a place' column are comparable to 'Cut-off Ranks' published in previous years. Minimum selection rank indicates the minimum ATAR/Selection Rank to be eligible for consideration to the course, subject to places being available.

Selection rank includes a person's ATAR, plus any adjustment factors, such as StepUp to Curtin, or Special Consideration.

ATAR does not include any university-specific adjustments. N/A denotes that offer are not based solely on ATAR/Selection Rank. - denotes that no offers based solely on ATAR were made in this course 2nd Round Availability ü Places available in this course Limited May be a small number of places available in this course None No places available

31 Appendix Five ECU Course Admission 2018 EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY 2018 ADMISSION Course Code Course Name Minimum Selection Rank Lowest Selection Rank offered a place Lowest ATAR offered a place 2nd Round Availability Joondalup Campus EJNFC Arts / Science (BA/BSc)(Double Degree) 70.00 70.00 66.05 ü EJACO Arts/Commerce (BA/BCommc) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 61.90 ü EJATC Aviation (BAviation) 70.00 70.00 65.50 ü EJBLC Biological Sciences (BSc(BiolSc)) 70.00 70.00 61.50 ü EJBMC Biomedical Science (BSc(BiomedSc)) 70.00 70.00 61.50 ü EJCOM Commerce (BCommc) 70.00 70.00 60.10 ü EJCOP Commerce (HRM)/Arts (Psychology) (BCommc/BA(Psych)) 70.00 70.00 62.45 ü EJCPC Computer Science (BCompSc) 70.00 70.00 60.60 ü EJCWC Conservation and Wildlife Biology (BSc(Cons&WlifeBiol)) 70.00 70.00 63.00 ü EJCOU Counselling (BCnsig) 70.00 - - ü EJCNC Counter Terrorism; Security and Intelligence (BCtrTerrSecurity&Intell) 70.00 70.00 60.05 ü EJCRC Criminology and Justice (AssocDegCrimnlgy&Just) 70.00 70.75 70.75 ü EJJUC Criminology and Justice (BCrmnlgy&Just) 70.00 70.00 60.70 ü EJNWC Cyber Security (BSc(CybSecurity)) 70.00 70.00 65.45 ü EJTKC Education (Early Childhood Studies) (BEd(EarlyChlhdSt)) 70.00 70.00 61.35 ü EJTPC Education (Primary) BEd(Prim) 70.00 70.00 60.60 ü EJBCC Education (Secondary) - Biological Science Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 62.00 ü EJPEC Education (Secondary) - Health and Physical Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 60.55 ü EJHEC Education (Secondary) - Home Economics Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 82.95 82.95 ü EJTHC Education (Secondary) - Mathematics Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 62.25 ü EJEOC Electronic and Computer Systems (BTech(Elec&CompSys)) 70.00 72.15 72.15 ü EJCEN Engineering (Chemical and Environmental) Honours (BEng(Chem&Env)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJCHE Engineering (Chemical) Honours (BEng(Chem)Hons) 82.00 93.80 93.80 ü EJCAE Engineering (Civil and Environmental) Honours (BEng(Civil&Env)Hons) 82.00 82.00 0.00 ü EJECC Engineering (Civil) Honours (BEng(Civil)Hons) 82.00 88.75 83.75 ü EJNGC Engineering (Computer Systems) Honours (BEng(CompSys)Hons) 82.00 93.30 93.30 ü EJNKC Engineering (Computer Systems) Honours / Computer Science (BEng(CompSys)Hons BCompSc)(Double Degree) 82.00 90.00 87.40 ü EJERE Engineering (Electrical and Renewable Energy) Honours (BEng(Elec&RenewEnergy)Hons) 82.00 93.70 93.70 ü EJEEC Engineering (Electrical Power) Honours (BEng(ElecPwr)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJCEC Engineering (Electronics and Communications) Honours (BEng(Elec&Comms)Hons) 82.00 94.35 94.35 ü

32 EJECO Engineering (Honours)/Commerce (BEng/BCommc) (double degree) 82.00 82.00 78.00 ü EJIOC Engineering (Instrumentation; Control and Automation) Honours (BEng(InstrumentnControl&Automt n)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJOSC Engineering (Marine and Offshore Systems) Honours (BEng(MarineOffshSys)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJENC Engineering (Mechanical) Honours (BEng(Mech)Hons) 82.00 85.00 84.10 ü EJMTC Engineering (Mechatronics) Honours (BEng(Mechtrncs)Hons) 82.00 83.55 81.00 ü EJMMC Engineering (Mechatronics) Honours/ Technology (Motorsports) (BEng(Mechtrncs)Hons BTech(Motorsprts))(double degree) 82.00 84.10 84.10 ü EJNAC Engineering (Naval Architecture) Honours (BEng(NavArch)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJOEC Engineering (Ocean Engineering) Honours (BEng(OceanEng)Hons) 82.00 97.90 97.90 ü EJPET Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) Honours (BEng(PtrEng)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EJELC Engineering Honours / Laws (BEngHons LLB) (Double Degree) 85.00 - - ü EJEIC Engineering Honours / Science (BEngHons BSc)(Double Degree) 82.00 86.80 81.80 ü EJEGC Engineering Science (BEngSc) 92.00 95.40 95.40 ü EJEMC Environmental Management (BSc(EnvMgt)) 70.00 70.00 69.40 ü EJASC Exercise and Sports Science (BSc(Exer&SprtsSc)) 70.00 70.00 60.90 ü EJESR Exercise Science and Rehabilitation (BSc(ExerSc&Rehab)) 80.00 80.90 78.45 ü EJHSC Health Science (BHlthSc) 70.00 70.00 63.30 ü EJHOC Hospitality and Tourism Management (BHos&TsmMgt) 70.00 70.00 61.95 ü EJITC Information Technology (BInfoTech) 70.00 70.00 69.10 ü EJHMC International Hotel and Resort Management (BIntlHtlRstMgt) 70.00 70.00 61.40 ü EJLEC Laws (Graduate Entry)(LLB) N/A N/A N/A ü EJLAC Laws (LLB) 85.00 85.95 80.95 ü EJLGC Laws / Arts (LLB/BA)(Double Degree) 85.00 85.00 88.20 ü EJJTC Laws / Criminology and Justice (LLB/BCrmnlgy&Just)(Double Degree) 85.00 85.80 84.95 ü EJLPC Laws / Psychological Science (LLB/BPsychSc)(Double Degree) 85.00 85.00 81.10 ü EJLCO Laws/Commerce (LLB/BCommc) (double degree) 85.00 - - ü EJMFC Marine and Freshwater Biology (BSc(Marine&FrshwatrBiol)) 70.00 70.00 61.55 ü EJMAC Marketing; Advertising and Public Relations (BMktAdvtg&PR) 70.00 70.00 64.55 ü EJMES Medical Science (BMedSc) 70.00 70.00 66.50 ü EJMSC Motorsports (BTech(MotorSprts)) 70.00 70.00 64.85 ü EJSNC Nursing / Midwifery (BSc(Nurs)BSc(Midwifery))(Double Degree) 90.00 90.00 85.45 Limited EJHQC Nursing Studies; Degree Conversion for RNs (BSc(NursSt)) N/A N/A N/A Limited EJOTC Occupational Therapy (BSc(OT)) 80.00 80.00 75.65 ü EJAMC Paramedical Science (BSC(ParamedSc)) 70.00 70.00 61.35 ü EJPSC Psychological Science (BPsychSc) 70.00 95.00 95.00 ü EJABC Psychology (BA(Psych)) 70.00 70.00 64.75 ü EJSPC Psychology (BSc(Psych)) 70.00 70.00 63.40 ü EJPAC Psychology and Addiction Studies (BA) 70.00 77.50 73.35 ü

33 EJPYC Psychology and Counselling (BA) 70.00 70.00 65.45 ü EJJSC Psychology; Criminology and Justice (BA) 70.00 70.00 61.75 ü EJNRC Registered Nursing (BSc(Nurs)) 70.00 70.00 60.20 ü EJSIC Science (BSc) 70.00 70.00 67.60 ü EJSCO Science/Commerce (BSc/BCommc) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 60.40 ü EJSEC Security (BSc(Security)) 70.00 - - ü EJSCC Social Science (BSocSc) 70.00 70.00 69.65 ü EJSAC Speech Pathology (BSpchPath) 80.00 81.70 76.70 ü EJSRC Sport; Recreation and Event Management (AssocDegEventSprt&RecMgt) 70.00 70.00 69.35 ü EJBRC Sport; Recreation and Event Management (BSprtRec&EventMgt) 70.00 70.00 61.05 ü EJSFC Sports Science and Football (BSc(SprtsScFball)) 70.00 70.00 63.30 ü EJSUS Sustainability (BSust) 70.00 70.00 60.40 ü EJBTA Technology (Aeronautical) BTech(Aenaut) 70.00 70.00 60.55 ü EJTEH Technology (Engineering) (BTech(Eng)) 70.00 70.00 62.35 ü EPEAJ University Preparation Course (Education Assistant Program) (UPC(EdAssistProg) N/A N/A N/A ü EPCJC University Preparation Course (UnivPrepCourse) N/A N/A N/A ü EJYOW Youth Work (BYthWk) 70.00 79.75 74.75 ü Mt Lawley Campus EMACO Arts/Commerce (BA/BCommc) (double degree) 70.00 70.00 64.85 ü EMART Arts (BA) 70.00 70.00 62.75 ü EMCAC Education (Secondary) - Visual Arts Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 74.00 ü EMCOA Contemporary Arts (BContpArts) 70.00 70.00 61.35 ü EMCVC Arts / Media and Communications (BA/BMedia&Comms)(Double Degree) 70.00 70.00 63.25 ü EMDES Design (BDesign) 70.00 70.00 62.55 ü EMDPC Education (Secondary) - Drama Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 63.00 ü EMDTC Education (Secondary) - Design and Technology Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 67.15 ü EMENC Education (Secondary) - English Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 62.15 ü EMMCO Media and Communications (BMedia&Comms) 70.00 70.00 60.95 ü EMNFC Arts / Science (BA/BSc)(Double Degree) 70.00 81.65 76.65 ü EMSSC Education (Secondary) - Humanities and Social Science Education (BEd(Sec)) 70.00 70.00 61.40 ü EMTKC Education (Early Childhood Studies) (BEd(EarlyChlhdSt)) 70.00 70.00 64.90 ü EMTPC Education (Primary) BEd(Prim) 70.00 70.00 60.25 ü EPCMC University Preparation Course (UnivPrepCourse) N/A N/A N/A ü WA Academy of Performing Arts EAAMC Arts Management (BA(ArtsMgt)) N/A N/A N/A ü EAMUC Classical Performance - Instrumental (BMus) N/A N/A N/A ü EACPV Classical Performance - Vocal (BMus) N/A N/A N/A ü EACMC Composition and Music Technology (BMus) N/A N/A N/A ü EAMCC Contemporary Music (BMus) N/A N/A N/A ü EAMAC Education (Secondary) - Music Education (BEd(Sec)) N/A N/A N/A ü EAMJC Jazz Performance (BMus) N/A N/A N/A ü EAPAP Performance Making (BPerfArts) N/A N/A N/A ü

34 South West Campus (Bunbury) EBARC Arts (BA) 70.00 84.05 79.05 ü EBCOM Commerce (BCommc) 70.00 80.55 75.55 ü EBTPC Education (Primary) BEd(Prim) 70.00 70.00 62.75 ü EBEOC Electronic and Computer Systems (BTech(Elec&CompSys)) 70.00 - - ü EBCEN Engineering (Chemical and Environmental) Honours (BEng(Chem&Env)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBCHE Engineering (Chemical) Honours (BEng(Chem)Hons) 82.00 89.10 95.30 ü EBCAE Engineering (Civil and Environmental) Honours (BEng(Civil&Env)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBECC Engineering (Civil) Honours (BEng(Civil)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBNGC Engineering (Computer Systems) Honours (BEng(CompSys)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBERE Engineering (Electrical and Renewable Energy) Honours (BEng(Elec&RenewEnergy)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBEEC Engineering (Electrical Power) Honours (BEng(ElecPwr)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBCEC Engineering (Electronics and Communications) Honours (BEng(Elec&Comms)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBIOC Engineering (Instrumentation; Control and Automation) Honours (BEng(InstrumentnControl&Automt n)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBOSC Engineering (Marine and Offshore Systems) Honours (BEng(MarineOffshSys)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBENC Engineering (Mechanical) Honours (BEng(Mech)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBMTC Engineering (Mechatronics) Honours (BEng(Mechtrncs)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBMMC Engineering (Mechatronics) Honours/ Technology (Motorsports) (BEng(Mechtrncs)Hons BTech(Motorsprts))(double degree) 82.00 - - ü EBNAC Engineering (Naval Architecture) Honours (BEng(NavArch)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBOEC Engineering (Ocean Engineering) Honours (BEng(OceanEng)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBPET Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) Honours (Eng(PtrEng)Hons) 82.00 - - ü EBEGC Engineering Science (BEngSc) 92.00 - - ü EBHSC Health Science (BHlthSc) 70.00 - - ü EBMSC Motorsports (BTech(MotorSprts)) 70.00 - - ü EBSNC Nursing / Midwifery (BSc(Nurs)BSc(Midwifery))(Double Degree) 90.00 90.00 86.80 Limited EBHQC Nursing Studies; Degree Conversion for RNs (BSc(NursSt)) N/A - - ü EBNRC Registered Nursing (BSc(Nurs)) 70.00 70.00 36.00 ü EBSKC Social Work (BSocWk) 70.00 76.45 71.45 ü EBTEH Technology (Engineering) (BTech(Eng)) 70.00 - - ü EPCBC University Preparation Course (UnivPrepCourse) N/A N/A N/A ü NOTES: This table shows data relating to offers made through TISC.

Offers made directly by institutions are not included. Values in the 'Lowest Selection Rank offered a place' column are comparable to 'Cut-off Ranks' published in previous years.

Minimum selection rank indicates the minimum ATAR/Selection Rank to be eligible for consideration to the course, subject to places being available. Selection rank includes a person's ATAR, plus any adjustment factors, such as ECU Access, or Special Consideration. ATAR does not include any university-specific adjustments.

35 N/A denotes that offer are not based solely on ATAR/Selection Rank. - denotes that no offers based solely on ATAR/Selection Rank were made in this course. 2nd Round Availability ü Places available in this course Limited May be a small number of places available in this course None No places available

36 Appendix Six Useful Websites Website Information www.scsa.wa.edu.au Graduation requirements Course Information Endorsed Programs Vocational Education Training Awards Information Year 12 Information Booklet www.tisc.edu.au Admission process for public universities Pre- requisite study requirements ATAR calculator Course scaling and statistical information www.wa.gov.au › Education & training www.trainingwa.wa.gov.au Entry requirements for and course available for State Training Providers (TAFE) www.jobguide.deewr.gov.au joboutlook.gov.au www.careercentre.dtwd.wa.gov.au/Pages/CareerCentre.aspx Careers Information www.curtin.edu.au www.ecu.edu.au www.murdoch.edu.au www.uwa.edu.au www.nd.edu.au University websites- entry andcourse information http://www.challenger.wa.edu.au/CareerDirections/higher- education-pathways/Pages/university-pathways.aspx Cert IV / Diploma to Degree Articulation Options Access UWA Telephone 6488 2433 Access-uwaext@uwa.edu.au Pathway offered through the University of Western Australia: http://www.curtincollege.edu.au/ Some courses are designed to prepare students for entry into the second year of a Curtin Bachelor degree.

Telephone 92664888 https://www.tuartcollege.wa.edu.au/Home. Telephone 9242 6222 https://www.canningcollege.wa.edu.au/ Telephone 9351 5600 Curtin College, Tuart College and Canning College are integrated pathway providers to Curtin University.

http://www.murdochinstitute.wa.edu.au/ Telephone 1300 762 143 Murdoch Institute of technology offers students’ entry to MurdochUniversity. Cyril Jackson Senior Campus – http://www.cyriljackson.wa.edu.au North Lake Senior Campus – http://www.northlake.wa.edu.au/ Other Alternative Entry options

37 Junior School Buckland Avenue Mosman Park Western Australia 6012 T 08 9286 9100 E admin@iona.wa.edu.au Senior School 33 Palmerston Street Mosman Park Western Australia 6012 T 08 9384 0066 E admin@iona.wa.edu.au www.iona.wa.edu.au ABN 26 834 791 402 For further enquiries please contact: Ms Sarah Hammond: Deputy Principal Curriculum (Years 7-12) shammond@iona.wa.edu.au Mr Rod O’Meara: Dean of Senior Students romeara@iona.wa.edu.au IONA PRESENTATION COLLEGE