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Aus Med and Dent Place Offers 2018 - Collated Data

LMG!

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I figure, if I add to this as we go, it won't be such a pain to put together at the end. Obviously there's not much 'collated data' yet, but there will be :D Merry Christmas, everyone!

2018 Medicine and Dentistry Offers - Australian Universities

James Cook University
Medicine
99.75, non-rural, standard
99.55, non-rural, standard, CSP
99.45, non-rural, gap year
99.30, non-rural, standard
99.25, non-rural, standard
99.20, non-rural, standard
99.20, non-rural, standard
OP1, non-rural, standard

99.95, rural, standard
99.20, rural, standard
OP1, rural, standard
OP1, rural, standard
OP1, rural, standard
OP1, rural, standard, offer received Feb 1st via phone
6.5, rural, non-standard
6.25, rural, non-standard
6.0, rural, non-standard
97.45, rural, standard
OP3, rural, standard
OP3, rural, standard, BMP

Dentistry
6.217, rural, non-standard, CSP
OP3, rural, standard
OP6, rural, standard


University of Queensland
Provisional Medicine
99th%ile, 99.60, CSP
99th %ile, 99.55, CSP
99th %ile, 99.45, CSP
99th %ile, 99.45, BMP (first preference)
99th %ile, 99.35, CSP
98th %ile, 99.70, CSP
98th %ile, 99.40, NZ, CSP
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP
98th %ile, 99.05, CSP
98th %ile, 99.05, CSP
97th %ile, 99.75, CSP
97th %ile, 99.20
96th %ile, 99.15, CSP
95th %ile, 99.50, CSP
95th %ile, 99.35, rural, EAS, CSP
95th %ile, 99.30, CSP
94th %ile, 98.75, BMP
94th %ile, 98.55, BMP
93rd %ile, 99.50, BMP
92nd %ile, 99.80, BMP
92nd %ile, 99.20, BMP
92nd %ile, OP1, BMP
91st %ile, OP1, BMP
70th %ile, 98.70, rural, CSP
67th %ile, OP2, rural, CSP

Dentistry
98th %ile, 99.05, CSP
91st %ile, 99.05, CSP
88th %ile, 6.875, non-standard, CSP


Griffith University
Provisional Medicine
99.95, CSP
99.95
99.95, CSP, Gold Coast
99.90, CSP
99.85, CSP, Nathan
99.80
99.80, Gold Coast
99.80, CSP, Gold Coast
99.80
99.75, rural, CSP, Nathan
99.70, CSP, Nathan
99.70, Gold Coast, offer received 09/02/18
99.70, Gold Coast, received 10/02/18
99.65, CSP, unknown campus, offer received 13/02/18
99.65, CSP, Gold Coast, NZ student

Dentistry
7.00, NZ, non-standard, CSP
7.00, non-standard, CSP
7.00, non-standard, CSP
7.00, non-standard, CSP
6.90, non-standard
6.875, non-standard, CSP
6.875, non-standard
6.875, non-standard
6.79/6.84 (unsure), NZ, non-standard,


Sunshine Coast University/Griffith University
Provisional Medicine
99.35


Bond University
Medicine


Joint Medical Program
Medicine
98th %ile, 98.60, UoN, CSP
96th %ile, 99.45/7.00, non-standard, UoN, CSP, second round interview and offer
93rd %ile, 95.90, rural, UoN, BMP
92nd %ile, 6.75, non-standard, UoN
92nd %ile, OP1, standard, UoN, CSP
91st %ile, 98.65/6.50, non-standard, UoN, CSP
89th %ile, 99.30, standard, UoN, BMP
87th %ile, 6.286, non-standard, UoN, CSP
83rd %ile, 7.00, non-standard, UoN, CSP
83rd %ile, 5.40, rural, UoN, BMP
81st %ile, 5.41, rural, UoN, CSP
76th %ile, 85.00 WAM, UoN, CSP

98th %ile, 7.00, non-standard, rural, UNE, BMP
93rd %ile, 99.50/6.875, non-standard, UNE, BMP, interviewed Nov, offer second UAC round (TBC)
91st %ile, 6.65, non-standard, rural, UNE, CSP
85th %ile, 99.40, standard, UNE, CSP
80th%ile, 6.20, non-standard, UNE, CSP
79th %ile, 99.95, standard, rural, UNE, CSP
78th %ile, 96.25, standard, rural, UNE, BMP


University of Western Sydney
Medicine
100th %ile, 7.00, non-standard, 08/02/18
99th %ile, 6.00, non-standard, CSP
99th %ile, 97.30, standard, CSP
98th %ile, 7.00, non-standard, rural, CSP
98th %ile, 6.10, non-standard, rural, CSP
96th %ile, 6.50, non-standard, rural, CSP
95th %ile, 6.10, non-standard, CSP
95th %ile, 85.6WAM, non-standard, GWS, CSP
95th %ile, 99.15/5.75, non-standard, GWS, BMP
94th %ile, 6.90, non-standard, CSP
94th %ile, 95.40, standard, GWS, CSP
93rd %ile, 7.00, non-standard, CSP
92nd %ile, 7.00, non-standard, GWS, CSP
91st %ile, 98.95, standard, GWS, CSP
91st %ile, 6.10, non-standard, CSP
89th %ile, 6.60, non-standard, GWS, CSP


University of New South Wales
Medicine
(note: unless otherwise stated - location is assumed to be Kensington)
100th %ile, 99.95/7.0, CSP, Kensington
99th %ile, 99.85, CSP, Kensington
99th %ile, 98.95, BMP, Kensington
98th %ile, 99.70/7.0, CSP, Kensington
98th %ile, 99.15/6.5, CSP, Kensington
98th %ile, 98.60, BMP, Kensington
97th %ile, 99.90, CSP, Kensington
97th %ile, 99.80, CSP, Kensington
97th %ile, 99.80, CSP, Kensington
97th %ile, 98.85, BMP, Kensington
96th %ile, 99.80, CSP, Kensington
96th %ile, 99.80, CSP, Kensington
96th %ile, 99.20, BMP, Kensington
96th %ile, 99.15, BMP, Kensington
96th %ile, 99.10, BMP, Kensington
95th %ile, 99.80/86.40 WAM, CSP, Kensington
95th %ile, 99.50, CSP, Kensington
95th %ile, 99.50, CSP, Kensginston
95th %ile, 99.35, rural, CSP, Kensington
93rd %ile, 99.20, BMP, Kensington
92nd %ile, 99.30, EAS, BMP, Kensington
92nd %ile, 99.20, EAS, BMP, Kensington
90th %ile, 99.65, CSP, Kensington
89th %ile, 99.60, BMP, Kensington
79th %ile, OP1, rural, CSP, Kensington
69th %ile, 97.10, rural, CSP, Kensington

89th %ile, 94.10, rural, BMP, Port Mac
88th %ile, 91.70, rural, CSP, Port Mac
64th %ile, 97.45, rural, gap year, BMP, Port Mac


University of Sydney
Provisional Medicine
99.95
99.95
99.95, NZ student

Dentistry


Monash University
Medicine
99th %ile, 99.45, CSP
99th %ile, 99.45, CSP, second round
99th %ile, 99.40, CSP, second round
99th %ile, 99.35, CSP, second round
98th %ile, 99.85, BMP, second round
98th %ile, 99.40, CSP, second round
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP
98th %ile, 99.05, CSP
97th %ile, 99.95, CSP, NZ student
94th %ile, 98.75, second round
94th %ile, 98.55, CSP
90th %ile, 98.35, CSP
88th %ile, 99.75, rural, CSP
88th %ile, 99.25
79th %ile, 99.95, rural, CSP


University of Melbourne
Provisional Medicine (Chancellor's Program)
99.95, rural
99.90
99.00+, rural


LaTrobe University
Dentistry
92nd %ile, OP1, CSP
99.35
91st %ile, 99.05, CSP
85th %ile, 99.10, CSP


University of Tasmania
Medicine
98th %ile (61/73/64, 198), 7.00, non-standard, rural, CSP
97th %ile (53/73/66), 6.83, non-standard, CSP, offer received one week into first semester!
193, 95.00+, school leaver, rural
93rd %ile (56/62/66, 184), 7.00, non-standard, rural, CSP
93rd %ile (66/55/62, 183), 95.00+, school leaver, rural
90th %ile (55/58/66), 99.05, school leaver, rural, CSP
88th %ile (S2: 65), GPA unreported, non-standard, rural
78th %ile (59/55/53, 167), 96.25, school leaver, rural, CSP
99.95, school leaver, CSP
70th %ile (47/55/61, 163), 98.00+, school leaver, rural
69th %ile (49/62/50), 6.00+, non-standard, rural
67th %ile, 6.5, non-standard, rural
155 (61/48/47), 98.05, school leaver, rural
50th %ile, 97.00+, school leaver, rural
52/58/41, 150, 98.80, school leaver, rural, BMP

Guaranteed Entry Medicine via the Bachelor of Medical Research
99th %ile, 99.45, interstate, non rural
99th %ile, 99.35, interstate, non rural
99th %ile, 98.95, interstate, non rural
98th %ile, 99.05, interstate, non rural
97th %ile, 99.20, interstate, non rural
91st %ile, 98.65, interstate, non rural
88th %ile, 97.00+, interstate, non rural
86th %ile, 97.00, interstate, non rural
85th %ile, 99.10, interstate, non rural
95th %ile, 99.35, interstate, rural
88th %ile, 99.75, interstate, rural
83rd %ile, 99.80, interstate, non rural
79th %ile, 99.95, interstate, rural
70th %ile, 98.50, interstate, rural


University of Adelaide
Medicine
99th %ile, 98.95
99th %ile, 99.45, CSP
98th %ile, 99.70, CSP
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP
98th %ile, 99.05
98th %ile, 98.70, BMP, 08/02/18
97th %ile, 99.75, CSP
96th %ile, 99.15, CSP
95th %ile, 99.50, CSP
94th %ile, 98.55, second round
93rd %ile, 99.50, BMP
92nd %ile, 99.20, CSP
92nd %ile, OP1, BMP
91st %ile, 98.95, BMP
90th %ile, 98.35, CSP
89th %ile, 99.80
89th %ile, 99.30, CSP
89th %ile, 99.25,
88th %ile, 99.75, rural
88th %ile, 99.60, BMP, 08/02/18
88th %ile, 6.875, tertiary transfer, BMP, third round
88th %ile, 91.70, rural, CSP, third round
86th %ile, 99.70, BMP, upgraded to CSP during second round offers
86th %ile, 99.65, CSP, NZ student
85th %ile, 99.70
85th %ile, 99.55, BMP, offer received 20/02/18
85th %ile, 99.15, BMP, second round
84th %ile, 99.90, CSP, second round
84th %ile, 98.90, BMP, second round

Dentistry
98th %ile, 99.05, rural, second round
97th %ile, 99.75,
92nd %ile, 97.00, third round
89th %ile, 99.60, UES, second round
89th %ile, 5.7 GPA, second round
87th %ile, 98.80, second round
86th %ile, 97.00, CSP, second round


Flinders University
Medicine
94th %ile, 98.75, UES
83rd %ile, 99.40, UES
78th %ile, 99.00, UES
76th %ile, 99.30, UES
75th %ile, 99.95, second round (should have been first but incorrect calculation of ATAR occurred)
72nd %ile, 99.90, third round
72nd %ile, 98.20, UES
sub-70th %ile, 99.6, UES
69th %ile, 98.00+, UES


University of Western Australia
Provisional Medicine
98th %ile, 99.05, UWay, CSP
96th %ile, 99.15, CSP
95th %ile, 99.70, CSP
92nd %ile, 99.80, CSP


Curtin University
Medicine
99th %ile, 98.30
95th %ile, 99.70
94th %ile, 98.75, CSP
90th %ile, 98.70, CSP, second round
88th %ile, 99.65, CSP, second round
83rd %ile, 99.80


Charles Sturt University
Dentistry
92nd %ile, 97.00, school leaver, CSP
89th %ile, 5.70, non-standard
88th %ile, 94.00+, school leaver, CSP
86th %ile, 97.00, school leaver


Charles Darwin University(/Flinders University)
Medicine
28th %ile, 94.50, NT school leaver and resident
 
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BethMark25

WSU MBBS II
Sorry LMG! apparently I can't remember my own marks, I wrote it up wrong when I put up my WSU offer. Mine was 197 (66,67,64). My mistake
 
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I don't think Charles Sturt has a Medicine course, only Dentistry (I checked their website and they only have Medical Science :D)
 

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LMG!

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I don't think Charles Sturt has a Medicine course, only Dentistry (I checked their website and they only have Medical Science :D)
Charles Darwin/Charles Sturt, tomato/tomayto :D (fixed)
 

gurubps

New Member
I think the 88th %ile, 99.75, CSP for Monash is me. Had rural status too :D

Also, data to add from my friends!

University of Queensland
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP

Monash University
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP
90th %ile, 98.35, CSP

University of Adelaide
98th %ile, 99.35, CSP
90th %ile, 98.35, CSP
Hey cookie,
Just wondering if the person who achieved 90 %ile and 98.35 was a non-rual applicant for Adelaide University. What are my chances of getting an offer in the future rounds with a similar score to that person?
 
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Hey cookie,
Just wondering if the person who achieved 90 %ile and 98.35 was a non-rual applicant for Adelaide University. What are my chances of getting an offer in the future rounds with a similar score to that person?
They were non-rural (assume all the scores listed above are non-rural unless stated otherwise :D), although they had a pretty good interview. Not too sure about second and future offer round chances, but don't lose hope - I know at least several people, including me, who have rejected Adelaide offers.
 

gurubps

New Member
They were non-rural (assume all the scores listed above are non-rural unless stated otherwise :D), although they had a pretty good interview. Not too sure about second and future offer round chances, but don't lose hope - I know at least several people, including me, who have rejected Adelaide offers.
Thanks Cookie.
 

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acbard9

BSc (Pharmacology) III
Perhaps the 99.7 and 99.75 scores had special considerations that put their ATARs above 99.85, but I am unsure.

EtA: I have seen posts that state these 99.75/99.7 ATARs may have been top-up offers. Perhaps Dentistry will do the same thing. It's important to note that what UAC posts is the ATAR of those who make it directly via the first round, and not the eventual cohort's minimum ATAR :) .

I wouldn't say that any information "suggested" by Griffith on its website is less reliable than if actual information was to be collated. I'm sure this is what Griffith does before they publish information on their website anyway :) .

But yes, I would assume that there are indeed offers that have been made to new high-school graduates who used their ATAR for application, maybe just not for any MSOers in that category so far :) .

Best of luck!
 
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Quantum44

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This also has the medical science cutoff at 99.85 but we've seen offers on here that have been given at 99.7 and 99.75. Are you sure these aren't just the cut-offs the griffiths website suggest.
Griffith only publishes the medsci cut off for GC campus as 99.85.

As the data suggests, these are probably the first round offer cut offs for each campus:
GC - 99.80
Nathan - 99.70
SC - 99.35

I think it’s fair to conclude that Griffith slightly bump up the published cut offs for their courses.
 

Ian Naga

Lurker
Awesome job LMG! I was wondering if it is worthwhile to collect another important data in the stats. It looks quite a few universities in the list prefer students from their own state. Except for Qld universities where you can say this is not a factor in the selection, unfortunately universities like Tasmania, UWA, WSU, Monash, Flinders (through UES), Adelaide, UNSW and so on have some form of preference to their state candidates. So it will be good data to have so that people from interstate can avoid applying to these Unis .

Another useful data is:
ATAR (excluding adjustment factors)
ATAR plus any adjustment factors

I love VTAC as they clearly state this. e.g VTAC: Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
Others TACs are dodgy. For example, Flinders uni's stat are skewed with UES points. I wish SATAC and other TACs follow vtac's lead.
Yes, UWA and Tasmania are other offenders preferring students from their state.
 

thegreatestever

New Member
Griffith only publishes the medsci cut off for GC campus as 99.85.

As the data suggests, these are probably the first round offer cut offs for each campus:
GC - 99.80
Nathan - 99.70
SC - 99.35

I think it’s fair to conclude that Griffith slightly bump up the published cut offs for their courses.
Because SC is a relatively new med course, do you reckon the cutoff for next year will also be around 99.4ish?
 

Mana

Registrar
Administrar
Awesome job LMG! I was wondering if it is worthwhile to collect another important data in the stats. It looks quite a few universities in the list prefer students from their own state. Except for Qld universities where you can say this is not a factor in the selection, unfortunately universities like Tasmania, UWA, WSU, Monash, Flinders (through UES), Adelaide, UNSW and so on have some form of preference to their state candidates. So it will be good data to have so that people from interstate can avoid applying to these Unis .

Another useful data is:
ATAR (excluding adjustment factors)
ATAR plus any adjustment factors

I love VTAC as they clearly state this. e.g VTAC: Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
Others TACs are dodgy. For example, Flinders uni's stat are skewed with UES points. I wish SATAC and other TACs follow vtac's lead.
Yes, UWA and Tasmania are other offenders preferring students from their state.
As much as there are bonus points for in-state students - there is a good reason for it and it's sometimes not the fault of the university. Tasmania for example has a quota that is set by the Tasmanian government that requires the university to allocate the vast majority of places available to school leavers to Tasmanian students. This is no fault of the university but more of the fact that the Tasmanian government is trying to build its own sustainable medical workforce in-state. The university has no say in this whatsoever (i.e. don't comply and the government removes the places) however from previous years when non-standard entry was a larger quota the proportion of Tasmanians in the non-standard quota was much, much smaller, owing to the fact that they were chosen based on merit, and no regulation was applied as to whether they had to have lived in Tasmania.

This isn't a result of the tertiary admissions' centres, nor is it a result of the universities. If it was possible all universities would simply choose the best candidates without bonus points etc. because then the performance would reflect the best on their selection. This is a result of government policy, not a result of TACs at all.
 

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Awesome job LMG! I was wondering if it is worthwhile to collect another important data in the stats. It looks quite a few universities in the list prefer students from their own state. Except for Qld universities where you can say this is not a factor in the selection, unfortunately universities like Tasmania, UWA, WSU, Monash, Flinders (through UES), Adelaide, UNSW and so on have some form of preference to their state candidates. So it will be good data to have so that people from interstate can avoid applying to these Unis .

Another useful data is:
ATAR (excluding adjustment factors)
ATAR plus any adjustment factors

I love VTAC as they clearly state this. e.g VTAC: Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
Others TACs are dodgy. For example, Flinders uni's stat are skewed with UES points. I wish SATAC and other TACs follow vtac's lead.
Yes, UWA and Tasmania are other offenders preferring students from their state.
Someone correct me if I am incorrect but I thought UNSW doesn't favour NSW grads, they simply interview them first. Interstate interviewees have an equal chance of being offered a place in a later round. Flinders and Adelaide do not through UES, as interstaters are eligible for these bonuses too depending on their school. Adelaide previously gave UMAT bonuses to SA grads however apparently no longer do so. UTAS and Monash seem to be the only ones that really favour their state's grads. (WSU doesn't favour NSWers but rater GWSers). No idea about UWA tho. Although I do agree that UES bonuses means that the apparent cut off for unis like flinders is inaccurate. On their website they state the lowest 25% had a high 97 atar However I believe that anyone below very high 99's only got in through this UES.
 

Quantum44

New Member
Because SC is a relatively new med course, do you reckon the cutoff for next year will also be around 99.4ish?
The course definitely flew under the radar this year, as getting into medicine with 99.35 and no UMAT/interview requirements is quite lucky with all the competition these days. I think the SC provisional entry course will still remain less desirable than Griffith’s own provisional course as it is accelerated and offers a completed MD in 6 years rather than 7. Depending on the amount of exposure given to the course in 2018, I’d see the entry requirements increasing to 99.4-99.6.
 

Ian Naga

Lurker
As much as there are bonus points for in-state students - there is a good reason for it and it's sometimes not the fault of the university. Tasmania for example has a quota that is set by the Tasmanian government that requires the university to allocate the vast majority of places available to school leavers to Tasmanian students. This is no fault of the university but more of the fact that the Tasmanian government is trying to build its own sustainable medical workforce in-state. The university has no say in this whatsoever (i.e. don't comply and the government removes the places) however from previous years when non-standard entry was a larger quota the proportion of Tasmanians in the non-standard quota was much, much smaller, owing to the fact that they were chosen based on merit, and no regulation was applied as to whether they had to have lived in Tasmania.

This isn't a result of the tertiary admissions' centres, nor is it a result of the universities. If it was possible all universities would simply choose the best candidates without bonus points etc. because then the performance would reflect the best on their selection. This is a result of government policy, not a result of TACs at all.
I support what the universities are doing as each Uni has a valid reason. I am only saying that adding that data would also be useful in the decision making process for future students.
 

Ian Naga

Lurker
Someone correct me if I am incorrect but I thought UNSW doesn't favour NSW grads, they simply interview them first. Interstate interviewees have an equal chance of being offered a place in a later round. Flinders and Adelaide do not through UES, as interstaters are eligible for these bonuses too depending on their school. Adelaide previously gave UMAT bonuses to SA grads however apparently no longer do so. UTAS and Monash seem to be the only ones that really favour their state's grads. (WSU doesn't favour NSWers but rater GWSers). No idea about UWA tho. Although I do agree that UES bonuses means that the apparent cut off for unis like flinders is inaccurate. On their website they state the lowest 25% had a high 97 atar However I believe that anyone below very high 99's only got in through this UES.
UNSW by selecting interstate students at the last possible minute is passively doing it. It is probably smart of them as less interstate students will turn up (unlike JCU interviews). But by not giving opportunity at the same time as instate students, there is always some question mark. IMHO, I don't think they are actively discouraging interstate students. It is just a passive attempt. The same goes to Monash, UWA, Tasmania and other Uni's that offer last to interstate students. Regarding UES, it was mostly related to the need for this data that I mentioned it:
ATAR (excluding adjustment factors)
ATAR plus any adjustment factors

more on this here Universities Bonus Schemes - SATAC

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School-based bonuses
South Australian and Northern Territory schools attracting equity bonuses will be identified using criteria agreed to by SATAC’s member universities which consider:

  • schools’ remoteness as defined under the Australian Standard Geographical Classification
  • the ‘participation rate’ (the percentage of students in each school gaining an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR))
  • the mean ATAR achieved in each school
  • schools’ Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage.
Interstate schools attracting equity bonuses will be identified using a subset of these criteria, which consider:

  • schools’ remoteness as defined under the Australian Standard Geographical Classification
  • schools’ Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage.
For enquiries regarding equity bonuses for interstate schools contact SATAC.

Schools attracting bonuses will be identified on an annual basis when data for all criteria becomes available. SATAC contacts all SA/NT schools each year regarding whether their students will be eligible for a schools-based bonus in the following year. The classification of individual schools may change from year to year.

Students will not need to apply for a school-based bonus — any such bonuses will automatically be applied by SATAC in the calculation of students’ selection ranks.

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