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2019 Entry Interview Invites - Collated

mtch

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99.70/99th%ile. If you click on the number next to Messages under a username, you can see that user's previous posts, usually with this kind of information there somewhere.

Also, are you referring to interstate offers, or interstate interview invites?
Interview interstate invites! Sorry for the confusion
 

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ytbytb

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Not sure how many Interstate are offered interview at Curtin for 20 or less places maybe!
There were approx 16 Interstate students studying 1st year med at Curtin last year

Interview invite

University:
Curtin
Course: Med
UMAT: 176, 86%ile
Section 1: 55
Section 2: 58
Section 3: 63
ATAR or GPA: 98.05
Special Considerations: N/A
 
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Numerouno

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Did you attend the JMP in Nov-Dec 2018? The interstate candidates will be doing the JMP interview on 23/1/19 and 24/1/19 (this week). Are you an interstater for both JMP and Curtin. Good luck with Curtin as both your GPA and UMAT are in good nick, with a good performance in the MMIs you will get through with an offer I hope.:yes:
 

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Numerouno

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There were approx 16 Interstate students studying 1st year med at Curtin last year

Interview invite

University:
Curtin
Course: Med
UMAT: 176, 86%ile
Section 1: 55
Section 2: 58
Section 3: 63
ATAR or GPA: 98.05
Special Considerations: N/A
The Stats on TISC online TISCOnline - Application and Offer Statistics - 2018/2019 states that the total offers made were 41 in 2018 and the remaining will be done this week (I hope). Does it not mean that a total of over 30 will be interstates this year? If the total intake is 80, then from previous offers for WACE students, the interstate would be 39. Not sure if I am correct!
 

green_eyed_girl

New Member
Did you attend the JMP in Nov-Dec 2018? The interstate candidates will be doing the JMP interview on 23/1/19 and 24/1/19 (this week). Are you an interstater for both JMP and Curtin. Good luck with Curtin as both your GPA and UMAT are in good nick, with a good performance in the MMIs you will get through with an offer I hope.:yes:
Thanks for the luck! I'll need it!
And yeah, I went to the JMP in... gosh, was that November? It feels both so long ago and not long at all. But yeah, I didn't get an offer but didn't get rejected either. So fingers crossed for that one, too. I'm not an interstater for JMP, but would have to make the move out to WA if I got into Curtin.
 

Numerouno

New Member
I remember vaguely it was discussed that a GPA of 7.0 is equivalent to 99.95 in ATAR. Is that correct? I think HD is awarded in the University for a mark ranging from 85 % to 100 % in subjects resulting in a GPA of 7.0. Whereas an ATAR of 99.95 is much harder to score in comparison as one would need to score over 95/100 in many subjects. While I completed four subjects from the university from year 8 to 11 from school as a Gifted student (along with regular Uni students), I managed HD in all the four subjects from Bio Med Science with hard work but not so hard as the school subjects and my GPA shows 7.0. I found HSC much harder with 99.20 ATAR floundering in Physics in HSC final, which took my predicted 99.90 down to 99.20. :( . But none of these achievements came to the rescue of scoring a Medicine offer for me anywhere.:mad: Why waste school time for these GAT courses at the University in conjunction with School subjects...putting more agony in the normal school work??? There is no reward/recognition at all. My experience!
 

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I remember vaguely it was discussed that a GPA of 7.0 is equivalent to 99.95 in ATAR. Is that correct? I think HD is awarded in the University for a mark ranging from 85 % to 100 % in subjects resulting in a GPA of 7.0. Whereas an ATAR of 99.95 is much harder to score in comparison as one would need to score over 95/100 in many subjects. While I completed four subjects from the university from year 8 to 11 from school as a Gifted student (along with regular Uni students), I managed HD in all the four subjects from Bio Med Science with hard work but not so hard as the school subjects and my GPA shows 7.0. I found HSC much harder with 99.20 ATAR floundering in Physics in HSC final, which took my predicted 99.90 down to 99.20. :( . But none of these achievements came to the rescue of scoring a Medicine offer for me anywhere.:mad: Why waste school time for these GAT courses at the University in conjunction with School subjects...putting more agony in the normal school work??? There is no reward/recognition at all. My experience!
I think we have a UAC table that shows GPA 7.00 = 99.50 ATAR equivalent when a conversion is necessary.
 

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Numerouno

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Thanks, LMG as always. I am calling on behalf of my close mate who did not join this forum. He appeared for the Curtin interview with ATAR 99.10 UMAT 180. He felt satisfied with the interview performance in 6 stations out of 8, although the other two were not bad, no expressions from the assessors (which is expected). Considering the high stake for ATAR 40% in the offer, do we know how many would have given the interview at Curtin with an ATAR of over 99.10? Any guess. I am burning the midnight oil. Cheers.
 

hopinmed

New Member
For sake of completing statistics - updating information

University:
UNSW, UoN, Adelaide, Curtin
Course: Medicine
UMAT raw score: 199
Percentile rank: 98 %ile
Section 1: 67
Section 2: 62
Section 3: 70
ATAR: 98.95
Rural: No
Other Special Considerations: No

Not applied: uTAS; Griffith
Rejection: Email from UWA (below ATAR cut off). Also, just below the ATAR cut off for UQ
No interview invites - JCU, WSU, Monash (surprised with Monash no interview)
Declined Curtin interview offer

Not the right forum - but absolutely delighted with receiving my first preference offer for CSP (non-bonded) at UNSW! :)
 

HelloMango

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Hi, does anyone know what the cutoff for UWA direct entry was? Or what is the lowest UMAT that has been reported on this forum?
REALLY NEED THIS INFO ASAP UWA has messed up my application!!!
 

betty crocker

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Hi, does anyone know what the cutoff for UWA direct entry was? Or what is the lowest UMAT that has been reported on this forum?
REALLY NEED THIS INFO ASAP UWA has messed up my application!!!
Lowest was 72 and 63 %ile for non-rural, non-broadway WA applicants (maybe those students could've been broadway?? but they didn't say so). And the ATAR cutoff is 99.
 

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Lowest was 72 and 63 %ile for non-rural, non-broadway WA applicants (maybe those students could've been broadway?? but they didn't say so). And the ATAR cutoff is 99.
Beware these are individual cutoffs. When they are considered in combination 72%ile/99.1 doesn't mean you make the cut. In combination a low-end UMAT requires a high-end ATAR to balance up.
 

HelloMango

New Member
Beware these are individual cutoffs. When they are considered in combination 72%ile/99.1 doesn't mean you make the cut. In combination a low-end UMAT requires a high-end ATAR to balance up.
Yep I get that. See I had a low Umat - 69%tile and 162 raw but my ATAR is 99.95, so I thought I should get at least an interview as I know someone on the forum got an offer with 63%tile 158 raw and atar of 99.75.

Actually they seemed to have messed up something with my address and high school scores as I studied in NZ but moved to Perth in December so had provided the wa address for tisc. initially, around November they thought i was a wa applicant but i cleared that up then, by which time umat scores were out but not ncea, but the lady said she would call back in jan when my results were out suggesting my umat was ok. now they havent been in touch with me till i hunted them down yesterday for my interview, which she had trouble finding what happened then suddenly theyre saying my umat was too low, again if people with lower umat and atar are getting seats then how is it possible i cant even get an interview. im sure they messed something up in their system with my address and grades but this is quite unfair i believe.

This post will be updated as information comes to hand. Please add the details of your interview invites below when you receive them and using the following format:

University:
Course: (Med or Dent)
UMAT raw score:
Percentile rank:
Section 1:
Section 2:
Section 3:
Predicted ATAR/GPA:
Rural: (yes or no)
Other Special Considerations:

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2019 Interview Invites - COLLATED DATA

James Cook University - Medicine
Interview invites first reported at approximately 9.40AEDST on Friday, 9th November
Second round interview invites reported here on Friday, 28th December via text message prompt to check email

99.80
99.60
99.40
99.10
99.10
99.00
99.00
99.00
98.95
98.00
98.00
98.00
98.00
98.00
97.00
97.00
96.00 (IB 38)
OP2
OP3
6.00


99.50, RA3
99.00, RA3
98.00, RA2
98.00, RA2 school for 2 years (unsure if this counts as rural or not)
95.00, RA3
OP3, RA2
6.50, RA2


Joint Medical Program - Medicine
Invites for UNE interview released at 2.00pm Monday, 29th October (some people reporting emails from as early as midday AEDST)
Invites for UoN interview released at 3.06pm Monday, 29th October (and continuing through until approximately 5.00pm)
Invites for UoN interstate interviews released on Tuesday, 30th October

240 (100th%ile) 85/74/81, 99.70
221 (100th%ile) 73/73/75, 98.50
219 (100th%ile) 93/62/63, 99.60
208 (99th%ile) 68/70/70, 99.70
208 (99th%ile) 73/65/70, 7.00
204 (99th%ile) 71/67/66, 6.08
204 (99th%ile) 61/65/78, 97.00
202 (99th%ile) 71/73/58, 99.10
201 (99th%ile) 78/58/64, 99.50
200 (98th%ile) 65/75/58, unknown ATAR
199 (98th%ile) 67/62/70, 98.95
197 (98th%ile) 71/60/66, 6.45
197 (98th%ile) 67/58/72, 99.70
196 (98th%ile) 71/50/75, 99.80
195 (97th%ile) 59/70/66, 98.00
195 (97th%ile) 69/58/68, unknown ATAR
194 (97th%ile) 65/73/55, 99.00
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 99.80
194 (97th%ile) 73/58/63, 98.90
193 (97th%ile) 67/58/68, 99.00
193 (97th%ile) 69/54/70, 99.00
193 (97th%ile) 60/58/75, 98.00
193 (97th%ile) 71/50/72, 98.75
191 (96th%ile) 59/62/70, 80WAM
191 (96th%ile) 67/65/60, 7.00
189 (95th%ile) 67/54/68, 99.00
189 (95th%ile) 65/54/70, 98.00
188 (95th%ile) 58/67/63, 5.20
188 (95th%ie) 60/65/63, 98.85
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
186 (94th%ile) 62/70/54, 5.30
185 (94th%ile) 60/70/54, 6.30
184 (93rd%ile) 58/62/64, unknown ATAR
184 (92nd%ile) NZ applicant
183 (92nd%ile) 60/60/63, 99.20
182 (92nd%ile) 60/65/57, 6.75
182 (92nd%ile) 63/60/58, 6.75
182 (92nd%ile) 60/62/60, 98.60
181 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90
181 (91st%ile) 59/65/57, 6.62
181 (91st%ile) 59/58/64, 6.75
181 (91st%ile) 58/60/62, unknown ATAR
181 (91st%ile) 69/56/57, unknown ATAR
181 (91st%ile) 60/55/65, 5.90
181 (91st%ile) 65/58/58, 98.00
181 (91st%ile) 78/52/50, 99.00
180 (90th%ile) 58/50/72, 6.67
180 (90th%ile) 63/62/54, unknown ATAR
180 (89th%ile) 59/67/54, 6.00
179 (89th%ile) 58/65/57, 98.00
179 (89th%ile) 59/54/66, unknown ATAR
179 (89th%ile) 63/54/61, 98.00
179 (89th%ile) 71/56/53, 99.80
178 (88th%ile) 58/70/50, 5.50
178 (88th%ile) 62/58/58, 6.20
178 (88th%ile) 59/56/63, 5.75
178 (88th%ile) 60/60/58, 99.00
178 (88th%ile) 58/65/55, 4.00
176 (86th%ile) 62/56/58, 7.00
176 (86th%ile) 69/50/57, unknown ATAR
175 (85th%ile) 56/56/63, 99.95
174 (84th%ile) 62/54/58, 98.00
174 (84th%ile) 59/58/57, 6.50
174 (84th%ile) 62/52/60, 99.00
173 (83rd%ile) 58/52/63, 6.30
172 (82nd%ile) 59/56/57, 5.75
172 (82nd%ile) 60/60/51, 99.10
171 (81st%ile) 63/50/57, 98.10
171 (81st%ile) 58/62/51, 6.25
169 (79th%ile) 62/50/57, 6.30
169 (79th%ile) 58/50/61, 97.80
168 (77th%ile) 62/56/50, 5.00
167 (76th%ile) 59/58/50, 5.50
164 (72nd%ile) 60/50/53, 99.00
164 (72nd%ile) 58/56/50, 6.90

202 (99th%ile) 69/70/63, 5.75, rural
193 (97th%ile) 65/70/58, 6.10, rural
190 (96th%ile) 67/73/50, WAM88, RA2
187 (95th%ile) 60/70/57, 95.00, RA3
179 (89th%ile) 67/58/54, OP1, RA3
174 (84th%ile) 60/58/55, 6.50, RA2
173 (84th%ile) 60/50/63, 6.50, RA2
170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, unknown ATAR, RA2
168 (77th%ile) 56/58/54, 98.00, RA2
167 (76th%ile) 54/50/63, 99.20, rural
165 (74th%ile) 50/50/64, 6.50, RA2
165 (74th%ile) 60/50/54, 98.20, RA2
164 (72nd%ile) 56/58/50, 99.80, rural


University of New South Wales - Medicine
Rural invites released Sunday, 7th October.
General applicant and EAS applicant invites released Friday, 14th December.

221 (100th%ile) 73/73/75, 99.35
219 (100th%ile) 93/63/62, 98.45
212 (100th%ile) 82/52/78, 98.95
208 (99th%ile) 73/65/70, 99.70
204 (99th%ile) 71/67/66, 99.45/6.08
201 (99th%ile) 78/58/64, 99.50
200 (98th%ile) 65/77/58, 99.25
199 (98th%ile) 67/62/70, 98.95
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95
197 (98th%ile) 67/58/72, 99.70
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 99.80
194 (97th%ile) 65/73/55, 99.60
194 (97th%ile) 73/58/63, 98.90
193 (97th%ile) 65/58/70, 99.85
193 (97th%ile) 69/54/70, 99.60
191 (96th%ile) 67/52/72, 99.45
190 (96th%ile) 55/87/47, 99.55
189 (95th%ile) 67/54/68, 99.35
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
186 (94th%ile) 58/62/66, 99.75
183 (92nd%ile) 55/62/66, 99.85
181 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90
180 (90th%ile) 67/52/61, 99.95

190 (96th%ile) 67/73/50, WAM88.7, RA2
187 (95th%ile) 60/70/57, 95.00, RA3
186 (94th%ile) 67/56/63, 96.75, rural
179 (89th%ile) 67/58/54, OP1, RA3
170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, 98.1, rural
168 (77th%ile) 62/47/60, 95 predicted, RA2
167 (76th%ile) 54/50/63, 99.20, rural
165 (74th%ile) 50/50/64, 95.9/6.5+, RA2/RMMA4
164 (72nd%ile) 56/58/50, 99.80, rural
159 (65th%ile) 53/60/46, ATAR/GPA unknown, rural
156 (60th%ile) 48/49/60, 98.3, rural

178 (88th%ile) 54/58/66, 99.55, EAS
174 (84th%ile) 62/54/58, 97.00, EAS (high school location)

Unsuccessful in securing interview
183 (92nd%ile) 60/60/63, 99.20 (has started tertiary study overseas but only minimal amount completed and unsure if UNSW are aware of this)
183 (92nd%ile) 99.60/6.375
178 (88th%ile) 62/58/58, 98.55/6.20, EAS
175 (85th%ile) 63/56/55, 98.20
171 (81st%ile) 58/62/51, unknown ATAR/6.25
181 (91st%ile) 78/52/50, 99.50


University of Sydney - Medicine

99.95
99.55, e12 program, EAS


University of Sydney - Dentistry

99.75
99.70
99.70

University of Western Sydney - Medicine
Interview invites released approximately 3.50pm on Monday, 22nd October.

The last three figures in each row correspond to possible eligibility formulae. None may be correct!!
1. S1*0.45+S2*0.45+S3*0.1 - looks like we can rule this one out
2. S1+S2 - probably not quite specific enough, but a decent guide
3. S1+S2+S3*0.1 - closest to date based on current data

Let's see which looks closest at the end of all this fun!

240 (100th%ile) 85/74/81, 99.70+, 79.65, 159, 167.1
221 (100th%ile) 73/73/75, 98.50+, 73.20, 146, 153.5
219 (100th%ile) 93/62/63, 99.60, 76.05, 155, 161
219 (100th%ile) 75/73/70, 99.00+, 73.60, 148, 155
208 (99th%ile) 73/65/70, 7.00, 69.10, 138, 145
208 (99th%ile) 68/70/70, 99.70
202 (99th%ile) 71/73/58, 99.10
201 (99th%ile) 78/58/64, 99.5, 67.60, 136, 142.4
200 (98th%ile) 65/77/58, unknown ATAR, 69.70, 142, 148.7
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95
194 (97th%ile) 65/73/55, 99.00+, 67.60, 138, 143.5
194 (97th%ile) 71/65/58, 6.20, 67.00, 136, 141.8
192 (96th%ile) 71/60/61, 99.30+, 65.05, 131, 137.1 (current lowest reported)
191 (96th%ile) 67/65/60, 7.00, 65.40, 132, 138
186 (94th%ile) 62/70/54, 5.30, 64.80, 132, 137.4

[No invite yet - non-rural, non-GWS
199 (98th%ile) 67/62/70, ATAR?; 65.05, 129, 136
195 (97th%ile) 59/70/66, 98.35, 64.65, 129, 135.6
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 63.75, 127, 133.6 - rejection letter received 15/11/18
193 60/58/75 - rejection letter received 15/11/18
189 (95th%ile) 65/54/70, 61.45, 119, 126.9 - rejection letter received 15/11/18
186 (94th%ile) 54/77/55, 6.50, 64.45, 131, 136.5 (current possible highest near-miss)
185 (94th%ile) 60/70/54 - rejection letter received 15/11/18
184 (92nd%ile) 59/65/60, NZ, 61.80, 124, 130]


210 (99th%ile) 67/77/66, 7.00, GWS, 71.40, 144, 150.6
204 (99th%ile) 71/67/66, 6.08, GWS, 68.7, 138, 144.6
204 (99th%ile) 61/65/78, 97.00+, GWS, 64.50, 126, 133.8
203 (99th%ile) 75/66/62, 99.00/83.5WAM, GWS, 69.65, 141, 147.2
201 (99th%ile) 69/65/68, 7.00, GWS, 67.10, 134, 140.8
197 (98th%ile) 71/60/66, 6.45, GWS, 65.55, 131, 137.6
197 (98th%ile) 67/58/72, 99.70, GWS
195 (97th%ile) 69/58/68, unknown ATAR, GWS, 63.95, 127, 133.8
192 (96th%ile) 75/58/58, 94.70/6.25, GWS, 65.65, 133, 138.8
191 (96th%ile) 59/62/70, 80WAM
191 (96th%ile) 67/56/68, 7.00, GWS, 62.15, 123, 129.8
189 (95th%ile) 67/54/68, 99.00, GWS, 61.25, 121, 127.8 (current lowest GWS)
188 (95th%ile) 60/65/63, 98.85/6.60, GWS, 62.55, 125, 131.3
182 (92nd%ile) 60/65/57, 96.00/6.75, GWS, 61.95, 125, 130.7
182 (92nd%ile) 78/47/57, 99.40+, GWS, 62.89, 125, 130.7
181 (91st%ile) 65/58/58, 98.00+, GWS, 61.15, 123, 128.8
181 (91st%ile) 60/65/55, 5.90, GWS, 61.75, 125, 130.5
181 (91st%ile) 59/65/57, 6.62, GWS
179 (89th%ile) 71/56/53, 99.80, GWS
177 (87th%ile) 67/70/40, 6.17, GWS, 65.65, 137, 141
175 (84th%ile) 65/65/45, 6.00, GWS, 63.00, 130, 134.5

[no invite yet - GWS
187 (95th%ile) 65/54/68, 6.00, GWS, 60.35, 119, 125.8
181 (91st%ile) 51/70/60, unknown GPA, GWS, 60.45, 121, 127.0

178 (88th%ile) 62/58/58, 6.30, GWS, 59.80, 120, 125.8]


193 (97th%ile) 65/70/58, 6.10, rural, 66.55, 135, 140.8
190 (96th%ile) 67/73/50, WAM88.7, 68.00, 140, 145
187 (95th%ile) 60/70/57, 95.00+, rural, 64.20, 130, 135.7
179 (89th%ile) 67/58/54, OP1, RA3
175 (85th%ile) 56/56/63, 99.95, rural, 55.02, 112, 118.3
173 (84th%ile) 60/50/63, 6.50, RA2
174 (84th%ile) 60/58/55, 6.50, RA2
170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, 98.10, rural, 58.65, 119, 124.1
164 (72nd%ile) 56/58/50, 99.80, rural
159 (65th%ile) 53/60/46, ATAR unreported, rural, 55.45, 113, 117.6 (current lowest rural)


Charles Sturt University - Dentistry

Invites released via email at approximately 11.40am on Friday, 26th October

197 (98th%ile) 67/58/72, 99.70
195 (97th%ile) 69/58/68, unknown ATAR
194 (97th%ile) 71/65/58, 6.20
191 (96th%ile) 67/65/60, 7.00
184 (93rd%ile) 51/70/63, 97.75
181 (91st%ile) 65/58/58, 98.00
181 (91st%ile) 59/65/57, 6.62
179 (89th%ile) 58/65/57, 98.00
178 (88th%ile) 59/56/53, 5.75, top up interview offer
178 (88th%ile) 54/65/60, 7.00, top up interview offer

154 (55th%ile) 50/58/46, 6.40, rural


Monash University - Medicine
Local and rural interview invites sent out 17th December, 2018

99th%ile, 99.70, interstate
200 (98th%ile) 65/77/58, 99.25, Victorian
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95, interstate
191 (96th%ile) 67/52/72, 99.45, Victorian
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75, Victorian
182 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90, interstate
181 (91st%ile) 78/52/50, 99.50, Victorian
176 (86th%ile) 51/65/60, 98.10, Victorian, top-up interview received 27th December, 2018
175 (85th%ile) 63/56/55, 98.20
170 (80th%ile) 56/60/54, 99.35, Victorian
76th%ile, IB44, Victorian

187 (95th%ile) 60/70/57, 95.60, Qld, rural, SEAS
(94th%ile), 96.75, interstate, SEAS
179 (89th%ile) 67/58/54, 99.90, Qld, rural
179 (89th%ile) 63/54/61, 95.80, Monash Guarantee, SEAS (bumps ATAR to 99.30)
(87th%ile), 96.40, Victorian (no SEAS reported, but probably likely?)
170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, 98.50, rural, SEAS
168 (77th%ile) 58/54/56, 98.45, Victorian, rural
167 (76th%ile) 51/50/63, unreported ATAR, Qld, rural
167 (76th%ile) 54/50/63, 99.20, rural
76th%ile, 99.20, rural


LaTrobe University - Dentistry

170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, 98.50, rural, SEAS


Latrobe/University of Melbourne - Biomedicine/Medicine

159 (65th%ile) 53/60/46, 97.45, RA2


University of Adelaide - Medicine
Invites released approximately 11am on Monday, 29th October

219 (100th%ile) 93/62/63, 99.60
208 (99th%ile) 68/70/70, 99.70
204 (99th%ile) 61/65/78, 97.00
202 (99th%ile) 71/73/58, 99.10
201 (99th%ile) 78/58/64, 99.50
200 (99th%ile) 65/77/58, unknown ATAR
199 (98th%ile) 67/62/70, 98.95
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95
197 (98th%ile) 67/58/72, 99.70
196 (98th%ile) 71/50/75, 99.80
195 (97th%ile) 69/58/68, unknown ATAR
194 (97th%ile) 65/73/55, 99.00
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 99.80
193 (97th%ile) 71/50/72, 98.75
193 (97th%ile) 56/70/66, OP1
193 (97th%ile) 60/58/75, 98.00
191 (96th%ile) 67/52/72, 99.45
189 (95th%ile) 67/54/68, 99.00
189 (95th%ile) 65/54/70, 98.00
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
185 (94th%ile) 80/33/72, 99.95
185 (94th%ile) 53/65/68, 99.00
184 (93rd%ile) 51/70/63, 97.75
184 (93rd%ile) 58/62/64, unknown ATAR
183 (92nd%ile)
183 (92nd%ile) 60/60/63, 99.20
182 (92nd%ile) 60/62/60, 98.60
182 (92nd%ile) 78/47/57, 99.40
182 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, unknown ATAR
181 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90
181 (91st%ile) 78/52/50, 99.00
179 (89th%ile) 58/65/57, 98.00
179 (89th%ile) 71/56/53, 99.80

No invite yet:
180 (90th%ile) 63/62/54, unknown ATAR
179 (89th%ile) 63/54/61, 98.00
176 (86th%ile) 55/60/61, 99.00
175 (85th%ile) 60/58/56, unknown ATAR
175 (85th%ile) 63/56/55, 97.00
174 (84th%ile) 50/62/61, unknown ATAR
173 (83rd%ile) 60/47/66, unknown ATAR
172 (82nd%ile) 60/60/52, 99.10
171 (81st%ile) 51/67/53, 98.00

174 (84th%ile) 60/58/55, 6.50, RA2 (tertiary transfer)
172 (82nd%ile) 55/52/64, 7.00 (tertiary transfer)
165 (74th%ile) 47/60/58, 5.80 (tertiary transfer)

No invite yet, tertiary transfer:

178 (88th%ile)

178 (88th%ile) 58/70/50, 5.50, RA2
175 (85th%ile) 56/56/63, 99.95, RA2, equity bonus points
170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, ATAR unknown, RA2
168 (77th%ile) 56/58/54, 98.00, RA2
167 (76th%ile) 54/50/63, 99.20, rural
145 (42nd%ile) 99.00, RA3
142 (37th%ile) 49/46/47, OP3, RA2
140 (34th%ile) 53/40/47, OP4, RA2
25th%ile

No rural invite yet:
159 (65th%ile) 53/60/46, ATAR unknown, RA2


University of Adelaide - Dentistry
Invites released approximately 11am on Monday, 29th October

195 (97th%ile) 69/58/68, unknown ATAR
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 99.80
194 (97th%ile) 71/65/58, 6.20
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
184 (93rd%ile) 51/70/63, 97.75
181 (91st%ile) 65/58/58, 98.00
181 (91st%ile) 60/55/65, 5.90
181 (91st%ile) 78/52/50, 99.00
179 (89th%ile) 59/54/66, unknown ATAR
179 (89th%ile) 58/65/57, 98.00
178 (88th%ile) 69/47/63, 7.00
178 (88th%ile) 54/65/60, 7.00
178 (88th%ile) 58/70/50, 5.50
177 (87th%ile) 53/67/57, 6.30
176 (86th%ile) 69/50/57, unknown ATAR
175 (85th%ile) 63/56/55, 97.00
174 (84th%ile) 62/52/60, 99.00

No invite yet:
172 (82nd%ile) 60/60/52, 99.10
171 (81st%ile) 51/67/53, 98.00


University of Western Australia - Medicine
Interview invite received via phone on 14/11/18

200 (98th%ile) 65/77/58, 99.25
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95
191 (96th%ile) 50/68/71, 99.75
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
181 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90
176 (86th%ile) 55/60/61, 99.90
163 (72nd%ile) 54/50/60, 99.60
153 (55th%ile) 62/47/45, 99.00

170 (80th%ile) 66/53/51, 98.50, rural
167 (76th%ile) 54/50/63, 99.20, rural
163 (71st%ile) 55/47/61, 96.00, RA3, UWay
160 (66th%ile) 45/62/53, 96.50, Rural


University of Western Australia - Dentistry
Interview reported to MSO on Friday 16th November, 2018

176 (86th%ile) 55/60/61, 99.90

160 (66th%ile) 45/62/53, 96.50, Rural


Curtin University - Medicine

200 (98th%ile) 65/77/58, 99.25
198 (98th%ile) 67/73/58, 99.95
194 (97th%ile) 65/62/66, 99.80
191 (96th%ile) 67/52/72, 99.45
187 (95th%ile) 65/62/60, 99.75
184 (93rd%ile) 51/70/63, 97.75
(92nd%ile), 98.00
181 (92nd%ile) 58/58/66, 99.90
179 (89th%ile) 58/65/57, 98.00
178 (88th%ile) 54/65/60, 7.00 (completed PhD)
176 (86th%ile) 55/60/61, 99.90
175 (85th%ile) 55/65/55, 7.00
175 (85th%ile) 63/56/55, 98.20
172 (82nd%ile) 55/54/63, 99.80

Did not receive interview invite
180 (91st%ile) 58/60/62, 98.80 - possibly an error, to be followed up with the University

Hi, I need URGENT help! Can you please let me know how many of those shown are interstate interviews and/or offers?
If you are an interstate student who has received an interview or offer at UWA - University of Western Australia PLEASE REPLY to this with your umat and atar results!!

The university is now saying that they have different thresholds, especially for umat, between interstate and domestic WA students! This cannot be right, only special considerations are rural, broadway, indigenous etc. the rest are in 'High Achievement Quota'!! Can someone please advise about this, I'm very sure the university has made a mistake and is avoiding blame by making stuff up.
 
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