Remote proctored STAT tests can be taken during the 'test windows' listed below:
15 – 21 May 2017
23 - 26 June 2017
14 - 17 July 2017
14 – 20 August 2017
16 – 22 October 2017
20 – 26 November 2017
04 – 10 December 2017
05 – 11 February 2018
Remote proctoring involves sitting your test under live supervision using your computer. You can schedule your STAT test to take place at any time (24/7) during the available STAT test windows. Before booking, you are responsible for ensuring you meet the requirements for remote proctoring.
Mature applicants who don't have a recent or standard Year 12 qualification
Applicants who completed their previous studies outside Australia
Applicants who did not gain a satisfactory ATAR
WHICH UNIVERSITIES ACCEPT STAT RESULTS?
Please check Tertiary Admissions Centre websites to find out which universities and courses require or accept STAT.
Requirements vary from state to state within Australia. Individual institutions set their own admissions requirements.
AM I ELIGIBLE?
There are no age restrictions to sit the STAT test.
Universities/Course authorities may impose restrictions on the age at which STAT test results are accepted. Candidates should check with the institution that they are applying to determine if they are eligible.
WHICH TEST(S) DO I SIT?
Refer to the current university course guide.
Course authorities set their own admission requirements. They are the only authority that can advise if they will accept STAT test results and which test(s) are required (eg Multiple Choice only or Multiple Choice and Written English).
WHERE SHOULD I SIT STAT?
The STAT tests are comparable no matter where in Australia you sit them and results are accepted Australia-wide. If possible, you should sit the STAT test(s) in the state where you reside, even if you plan to attend university in a different state.
HOW MANY TIMES CAN I SIT STAT?
Candidates may only sit STAT once per test cycle which runs from 15 April -14 April following year.
The current test cycle is 15 April 2017-14 April 2018.