News from the Careers Department

The final list of Year 12 Change of Preference events has been uploaded to the Careers Page of the Portal and it has also been emailed to the students. Please select the following link and also families are reminded to check that students have a tax file number prior to enrolment in tertiary courses – The Year 12 students have all our best wishes for their examinations as they work through this busy period.

For Years 10, 11 and 12 students in 2019, there is the opportunity to change their subject selections from Friday 2 November once they have received their subject allocations. Students may email Mrs Ruckert at to organise an appointment and they can access the Senior College reception area for these discussions in the Careers room during the Year 12 examinations.

UCAT Preparation Courses

The school has been notified that there have been some misleading advertising claiming to help prepare students for the new UCAT (former UMAT). The UCAT will be used in the application process to some undergraduate medical degrees including Monash University. Claims including extensive experience tutoring UCAT (it is new) and referring to a paper-based test (it will be electronic) raise concerns and families need to be careful if selecting additional support to prepare for the test.




Career News Number 31 is now available on the Portal at and includes the following items:

Career News Number 31

  • Dates for the Diary in Term 4
  • Reminder: VTAC 2019 Key Dates
  • Accessing VCE Results 
  • The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019
  • Diploma of Screen and Media (Radio & Television) at Holmesglen Institute
  • Medical Reception Course
  • University Terms

Accessing VCE Results [Excerpt from Career News Number 31]

 “VCE study scores, ATAR and VTAC Scaled Study Scores will be available to students via the Results and ATAR website and the Results and ATAR app in December – Students will receive a statement of VCE study scores from the VCAA, and those who applied for courses through VTAC this year and have paid their VTAC processing fees will be sent an ATAR statement in the mail.

Students who wish to receive their results online, will need to register at  before results are released.

Registrations are already open and students are encouraged to register soon.  To register, students need their VCAA student number and will be requested to choose a secure password on registering”.



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