Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
The Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) is a national test designed to assess aptitude for learning in a tertiary environment.
It comprises two tests, written English and multiple choice:
- Written English
Tests your ability to communicate effectively in writing
- Multiple choice
Tests the areas of Humanities, Social Science, Mathematics and Science.
To be eligible for consideration to enter one of our undergraduate courses you will need to achieve the following:
|Bachelor courses minimums||Prior to Feb 2010||After Feb 2010|
|STAT Written English||145 or greater||140 or greater|
|STAT Verbal or Quantitative components||115 or greater||110 or greater|
|UPC courses minimums|
|STAT Written English||125||110|
|STAT Verbal or Quantitative components||115||110|
- Their scores for STAT written English and at least one component of STAT multiple choice will need to equate to a national TER/ATAR (Tertiary Entrance Rank / Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) equal to or greater than the cut-off rank for the course/s being applied for.
- Courses which have a science or mathematics prerequisite require a mark of at least 135 in the quantitative component of the STAT multiple choice.
- For entry into our University preparation courses, they will require a minimum score of 110 in English and 110 in at least one component of the STAT multiple choice.
Who is eligible to sit the STAT?
Anyone who is 20 years of age before 1 March if they want to commence in semester one of that year or before 1 August if they want to commence in semester two of that year.
For more information
The Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) administers the STAT in Western Australia.