## Is Monash ATAR calculator accurate?

ATAR calculators are most accurate when you punch in your scaled marks – which you only get in December anyway – and even then, the accuracy of the calculation is limited by the old data that they use. Because of this, the figure you get from them should never be treated as a certain fact.

## How is ATAR calculated NSW?

Your ATAR is based on an aggregate of scaled marks in 10 units of ATAR courses comprising your: best 2 units of English. best 8 units from your remaining units, which can include no more than two units of Category B courses.

**What is a 30 study score?**

The raw study score is the ranking of your performance relative to all other students who studied the same subject that year. The median score is 30, which means if you have a raw study score of 30 then you have performed better than half of all students.

**Is an ATAR of 80 good?**

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.

### How hard is it to get a 35 in English?

To get 35 on the exam, you need roughly 70% on the exam. Your SAC scores might alter your SS by a point or two, but 70% is a safe bet.

### Is it hard to get a 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 a study score of 37 good?**

Each year, and for every study, the mean study score is set at 30. A score of between 23 and 37 shows that you are in the middle range of students; a score of 38 or more indicates that you are in the top 15%. For studies with large enrolments (1,000 or more): 2% of students will get a score on or above 45.

**How hard is it to get a 85 ATAR?**

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).

## How much do SACs contribute to ATAR?

✈ Your SAC mark & ATAR – Fully Explained. Your SAC mark means less than you think… While the SAC (School Assessed Coursework) makes up 34% of the total mark you receive for Methods, the mark you just got back for your SAC might be a bit misleading!

## What is Atar scaling and how does it work?

At its core, ATAR scaling is used to estimate what your marks would have been if all courses were taken by all students on the same scale. Scaling helps account for the abilities of the students who take the course. It is not necessarily a proxy for the difficulty of the course.

**How do I use the Atar calculator?**

The ATAR calculator will scale your raw study scores based on last year’s VTAC data to generate an estimated ATAR, which should be used as a guide only. Please note that this calculation will not include any COVID-19 adjustments. To use this calculator, enter your best performing English subject first, followed by your next best three VCE subjects.

**How does the hscninja Atar calculator work?**

The HSCninja ATAR Calculator will handle the rest — calculating the scaled marks, aggreagate and estimated ATAR based on results from the past 10 years. The Honour Roll has been updated with 2021 data! Check it out now. You need at least 2 units of Standard English, Advanced English or ESL to be eligible for an ATAR.

### What is an ATAR score?

Although it may look like a score out of 100 at first glance, your ATAR is a number between 0.00 and 99.95. It is important to understand that the ATAR is a ranking metric expressed in percentile.